Goodbye, Columbus (Original Pressbook for the 1969 film)
by Roth, Philip (novel); Larry Pearce (director); Arnold Schulman (screenwriter); Richard Benjamin, Jack Klugman, Ali McGraw (starring)
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Goodbye, Columbus (1959) is the title of the first book published by the American novelist Philip Roth, a collection of six stories. In addition to its title novella, set in New Jersey, Goodbye, Columbus contains the five short stories "The Conversion of the Jews," "Defender of the Faith," "Epstein," "You Can't Tell a Man by the Song He Sings," and "Eli, the Fanatic.
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- Goodbye, Columbus (Original Pressbook for the 1969 film)
- Roth, Philip (novel); Larry Pearce (director); Arnold Schulman (screenwriter); Richard Benjamin, Jack Klugman, Ali McGraw (starring)
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- Willow Tree / Paramount Pictures
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- Film Pressbooks | Films with Literary Sources | Romance | Jewish History, Culture, and Judaica | 1960s Cinema | Academy Awards
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- Film Pressbooks; Films with Literary Sources; Academy Awards; 1960s Cinema; Jewish History, Culture, and Judaica;
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