Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole (1972)

Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole


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In her final acting appearance, Susan Hayward is ironically cast as a research doctor who can no longer face up to the notion of dealing with death on a daily basis. Recently widowed, Dr. Maggie Cole is on the verge of giving up her job and going into seclusion. She is shaken back to reality by crusty but lovable "street doctor" Lou Grazzo (Darren McGavin), who coerces Maggie into accepting a job at a Chicago slum clinic. At first adjusting admirably to her new surroundings, Maggie undergoes a … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama
Directed By:
Written By: Sandor Stern
On DVD: Nov 17, 1986



as Dr. Maggie Cole

as Dr. Lou Grazzo

as Dr. Sweeney

as Myrna Anderson

as Mrs. Downey

as Hank Cooper

as Dr. Ben Cole

as Nurse "Fergy" Fergus...

as Mr. Alessandro

as Pathologist

as Isadore Glass

as Night Nurse

as Ivan Dvorsky

as 2nd Night Nurse

as Policeman

as 2nd Day Nurse

as 1st Day Nurse
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High class TV movie that served as Susan Hayward's swan song. She gives a strong performance in the title role as a doctor rebuilding her life in an inner city clinic after her husband's sudden death. Darren McGavin is a great sparring partner for her as the other doctor, both flinty and tough individuals who spark each other. Jeanette Nolan will break your heart in her big scene. Worth seeking out.

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