John Goldfarb, Please Come Home!

A Wild Whirl of Wacky Fun!

Category: Comedy
During the Cold War, John Goldfarb crashes his spy plane in the Middle East and is taken prisoner by the local government. His captor, King Fawz, soon discovers that Goldfarb used to be a college football star. So he issues him an ultimatum: coach his country's football team, or Fawz will surrender him to the Russians. Goldfarb teams up with undercover reporter Jenny Ericson, and together they plot to escape their dangerous situation.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1965-03-24
Run time: 96 minute / 1:36
Budget: $4,000,000
Director: J. Lee Thompson
Writer: William Peter Blatty
Production Companies : Orchard Productions, Steve Parker Productions, 20th Century Fox
Production Country: United States of America





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Shirley MacLaine
as Jenny Ericson
Peter Ustinov
as King Fawz
Richard Crenna
as John Goldfarb
Jim Backus
as Miles Whitepaper
Scott Brady
as Sakalakis
Fred Clark
as Heinous Overreach
Wilfrid Hyde-White
as Mustafa Guz
Harry Morgan
as Deems Sarajevo
Patrick Adiarte
as Prince Ammud
Richard Deacon
as Charles Maginot
Jerome Cowan
as Ambassador Brinkley
Leon Askin
as Samir
David Lewis
as Stottle Cronkite
Milton Frome
as Air Force General
Charles Lane
as 'Strife' Magazine Editor
Jerry Orbach
as Pinkerton
Jackie Coogan
as Father Ryan
Barbara Bouchet
as Astrid Porche
James Brolin
as Notre Dame Quarterback
Ron Brown
as Football Player
Syl Lamont
as Captain of Notre Dame Team
Stanley Ralph Ross
as Muezzin
Telly Savalas
as Macmuid
Olan Soule
as Second Editor
Jim Boles
as Air Force Colonel
Sound
John Williams Original Music Composer
John Williams Conductor

Costume & Make-Up
Edith Head Costume Design
Sydney Guilaroff Hairstylist

Crew
Ted Grossman Stunts

Art
Jack Martin Smith Art Direction
Walter M. Scott Set Decoration
Stuart A. Reiss Set Decoration

Camera
Leon Shamroy Director of Photography

Art
Dale Hennesy Art Direction

Visual Effects
L.B. Abbott Visual Effects

Directing
J. Lee Thompson Director

Production
J. Lee Thompson Producer

Editing
William B. Murphy Editor

Costume & Make-Up
Ben Nye Makeup Artist

Production
Steven Parker Producer

Directing
John Flynn Assistant Director

Writing
William Peter Blatty Screenplay

Costume & Make-Up
Ray Aghayan Costume Design
Margaret Donovan Hair Supervisor

Visual Effects
Emil Kosa Jr. Visual Effects

Sound
Arthur Morton Orchestrator

Crew
Chris Haynes Driver

Directing
Richard Talmadge Second Unit Director

Crew
Loren Janes Stunt Double

Sound
Elmer Raguse Sound

Costume & Make-Up
Frank Westmore Makeup Artist

Crew
Leon Charles Dialogue Coach

Art
Don B. Greenwood Props

Production
William Eckhardt Unit Production Manager

Crew
Johnny Borgese Special Effects

Directing
Fred R. Simpson Assistant Director

Costume & Make-Up
Adele Balkan Costume Design

Directing
John Franco Script Supervisor

Crew
Jesse Wayne Stunts

Costume & Make-Up
Mickey Sherrard Wardrobe Designer

Sound
Albert Woodbury Orchestrator

Production
Steve Parker Producer

Costume & Make-Up
Mary Tate Wardrobe Designer

Camera
Leo McCreary Grip

Production
Alan Lee Producer's Assistant

Crew
Paul Godkin Choreographer
Frank Khoury Driver

Lighting
Fred Hall Gaffer

Crew
Gary Downey Stunts

Sound
Carlton W. Faulkner Sound





















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