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The best romance movie ever made!
Witty and charming. Interesting characters.
Adapted from a play by Leonard Gershe centering on a young blind man's, (Edward Albert) Don Baker's independence away from his overbearing mother, Eileen Heckart to live with energetic Jill Tanner (Goldie Hawn).
Heart-warming movie about a blind guy whose next door neighbor just happens to be a gorgeous blonde girl played by Goldie Hawn. I really like this movie. A bit wordy but still one of my favorite romance stories.
This is a wonderful movie with outstanding performances from Goldie Hawn, Edward Albert, and Eileen Heckhart. Every word spoke is this movie is wonderfully written and includes some of the best on screen dialogue I have heard. It's based off a play and it works perfectly as a film thanks to Hawn and Albert's pitch perfect chemistry.
Blind man, Edward Albert, falls for free spirit, Goldie Hawn, who helps him get out from under the skirt of his over protective mother, Eileen Heckart. Hawn is charming and Albert and Heckart both five strong performances, but the preachy, speechifying script can't escape it's stagey origins. The performances and particularly Hawn make the film worth watching.
Such of cute Comedy!
Smart, funny, and well acted all around, this 70's charmer reminds me just how much I love Goldie Hawn.
quirky early seventies pix the only place u can find these gems in the '70's
"Butterflies Are Free" is a bit of a time capsule, no question about it, but an enjoyable one. It's set in the bygone world of late 60's/early 70's San Francisco peace and love, but its central drama has aged far better than its trappings.