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Goodbye, 20th Century! - U.S. Release
... Goodbye, 20th Century! was Macedonia's submission to the 71st Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not among the five finalists to achieve the Oscar nomination ... Goodbye, 20th Century! had a brief theatrical release later in 1999, where it received mixed reviews ... intent often unclear, but the visually stylish Goodbye, 20th Century! is memorable for sheer idiosyncrasy alone." Robert Firsching, reviewing the film for the Amazing World of Cult Movies, praised the ...
Let's Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye
... Let's Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye is the tenth studio album from American country music artist Vince Gill ... It features the singles "Let's Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye," "Feels Like Love" and "Shoot Straight from Your Heart." ...
Say Hello, Wave Goodbye
... Say Hello, Wave Goodbye" is a song from the album Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret by English synthpop duo Soft Cell that was released as a single in 1982 and reached number three on the UK ... In 1991, the song was remixed by Julian Mendelsohn and released as Say Hello, Wave Goodbye '91 to promote the compilation album Memorabilia - The Singles, it reached number 38 on ...
Say Goodbye (film)
... Say Goodbye is a 1971 American documentary film about the relationship between man and nature, directed by David H ... The theme song, "Say Goodbye," was composed and performed by Dory Previn ...
Mary Poppins, Goodbye - Production
... Pop-music material was recorded by Voskreseniye with a setup consisting of Vadim Golutvin (guitar), Petr Podgorodetskiy (keyboard), and Vladimir Voronin (drums). ...

Famous quotes containing the word goodbye:

    When superstition is allowed to perform the task of old age in dulling the human temperament, we can say goodbye to all excellence in poetry, in painting, and in music.
    Denis Diderot (1713–1784)

    The colicky baby who becomes calm, the quiet infant who throws temper tantrums at two, the wild child at four who becomes serious and studious at six all seem to surprise their parents. It is difficult to let go of one’s image of a child, say goodbye to the child a parent knows, and get accustomed to this slightly new child inhabiting the known child’s body.
    Ellen Galinsky (20th century)