Goodbye Darling (1946)


Goodbye Darling (1946)
Adieu chérie (original title)

Chérie is a beautiful young woman who works as an escort girl. She meets a young and wealthy man who propose her to be his fictional wife so that his mother won't bother him anymore with this other girl, a rich one, she wants to see her son married to.
IMDb  6.9 /10
Director Raymond Bernard
Writer Raymond Bernard
Writer Jacques Companéez
Writer Alex Joffé
Writer Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon
Release Date1946-04-26
Runtime1h 55mins
Content Rating
CompanyFilms Vendôme, Les Films Osso, Les Productions Jacques Roitfeld
Louis Salou
Louis Salou
Jacques Berthier
Jacques Berthier
Bruno Betillac
Germaine Stainval
Germaine Stainval
Rolande Forest
Rolande Forest
Robert Seller
Robert Seller
Pierre Sergeol
Pierre Sergeol
Edouard Hemme
Edouard Hemme
Jacques Janvier
Jacques Janvier
Jean-Jacques Delbo
Jean-Jacques Delbo
Mademoiselle Chomelette
Le Duettiste (as Aznavour)

Goodbye Darling

Goodbye Darling (French: Adieu chérie) is a 1946 French drama film directed by Raymond Bernard and starring Danielle Darrieux, Louis Salou and Gabrielle Dorziat. The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Gys.


  • Danielle Darrieux as Chérie
  • Louis Salou as Maxime
  • Gabrielle Dorziat as Constance
  • Jacques Berthier as Bruno Betillac
  • Germaine Stainval
  • Rolande Forest
  • Palmyre Levasseur
  • Robert Seller
  • Pierre Sergeol
  • Edouard Hemme
  • Jacques Janvier
  • Pierre Larquey as Édouard
  • Jean-Jacques Delbo as Ricardo
  • Alice Tissot as Mademoiselle Chomelette
  • Charles Aznavour as Le duettiste
  • Robert de France
  • Marguerite de Morlaye
  • René Fluet
  • Jean Gabert
  • Marie Guilhène
  • Johnny Marchand
  • Marcel Roche


Guy Lefranc was assistant director on the movie.