Looking for Mr. Goodbar


Looking for Mr. Goodbar Review

It takes a strong stomach to see Annie Hall playing a wanton slut of a woman, left behind by the sexual revolution. Nonetheless, Diane Keaton pulled a 180 in this gritty drama, about a schoolteacher for the deaf who experiments with drugs and (more importantly) wild sex, during the era of free love. Overflowing with symbolism and hopelessly depressing, this one is a true eye-opener. If you think you know Ms. Keaton -- you don't, until you've seen this one.
Looking for Mr. Goodbar

Facts and Figures

Run time: 136 mins

In Theaters: Monday 13th March 1978

Distributed by: Paramount Pictures

Production compaines: Bandai Visual


Contactmusic.com: 4 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 75%
Fresh: 15 Rotten: 5

IMDB: 6.6 / 10

Cast & Crew



Starring: as Theresa, as Katherine, as James, as Mr. Dunn, as Tony, as Martin, as Gary, as Mrs. Dunn, as Brigid, as Barney, as Black Cat, as George, as Cap Jackson, as Mrs. Jackson, Carole Mallory as Marvella, Mary Ann Mallis as Principal, Jolene Dellenbach as Teacher, Lou Fant as Teacher (as Louie Fant), Eddie Garrett as Bartender, Alex Courtney as Arthur (as Alexander Courtney), as Surgeon, as Doctor, as Patrick, Robert Fields as Rafe, as Father Timothy, Tony Hawkins as Chuck, Caren Kaye as Rhoda, Dick Spangler as TV Announcer (as Richard Spangler), as Little Theresa, Marilyn Roberts as Woman in Bar