John Goldfarb, Please Come Home

1965, Comedy, 1h 36m

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During the Cold War, John Goldfarb (Richard Crenna) crashes his spy plane in the Middle East and is taken prisoner by the local government. His captor, King Fawz (Peter Ustinov), 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 (Shirley MacLaine), and together they plot to escape their dangerous situation.

Cast & Crew

Shirley MacLaine
Jenny Ericson
Richard Crenna
John Goldfarb
Jim Backus
Miles Whitepaper
Fred Clark
Heinous Overreach
Harry Morgan
Secretary of State Deems Sarajevo
John Williams
Original Music
Leon Shamroy
Cinematographer
Dale Hennesy
Art Director
Stuart A. Reiss
Set Decoration
Walter M. Scott
Set Decoration
Adele Balkan
Costume Design
Edith Head
Costume Design
Ray Aghayan
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