Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole

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Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole
Genre Drama
Written by Sandor Stern
Directed by Jud Taylor
Starring Susan Hayward
Darren McGavin
Michael Constantine
Michele Nichols
Dane Clark
Beverly Garland
Jeanette Nolan
Music by Hugo Montenegro
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Producers Leonard Goldberg
Robert Monroe
Aaron Spelling
CinematographyBill Mosher
EditorTim Southcott
Running time73 minutes
Production companies ABC Circle Films
Spelling-Goldberg Productions
Original network ABC
Picture formatColor
Audio format Mono
Original release
  • September 27, 1972 (1972-09-27)

Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole is a 1972 American made-for-television drama film directed by Jud Taylor and starring Susan Hayward, Darren McGavin, Michael Constantine, Michele Nichols, Dane Clark, Beverly Garland and Jeanette Nolan. [1]



A widowed doctor (Susan Hayward) joins a colleague's (Darren McGavin) Chicago slum clinic and befriends a dying girl.



It was meant to be the first of three pictures Hayward was to make for Aaron Spelling. Dusty Springfield recorded an original song for the film, believed to be only the second time this had been done for a TV movie. [2]

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  1. MURPHY, M. (Sep 27, 1972). "Dr. Cole as a Vehicle for Susan". Los Angeles Times. p. 1-e20. ISSN   0458-3035.
  2. NORMA, L.B., 1972, Aug 13. Hollywood Today. Chicago Tribune 2-n1. ISSN 1085-6706.