Arrivederci, Baby! (1966) - Rotten Tomatoes

Arrivederci, Baby! (1966)




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A handsome charmer sets out to make a fortune by marrying and murdering a succession of wealthy women in this inconsistent dark comedy. The man's plan proves a great success, until he hooks up with a female counterpart who is carefully planning a murder of her own.


Tony Curtis
as Nick Johnson
Rosanna Schiaffino
as Francesca di Rienzi
Anna Quayle
as Aunt Miriam
Warren Mitchell
as Conte de Rienzi/Maximilian
Noel Purcell
as Capt. O'Flannery
Alan Gifford
as American Brasshat
Joseph Fürst
as German Brasshat
Bernard Spear
as French Inspector
Eileen Way
as Italian Dressmaker
Bruno Barnabe
as Head Waiter
Gabor Baraker
as Gypsy Baron
Tony Baron
as Ruby's Boy Friend
John Brandon
as Radio Engineer
Windsor Davis
as Radio Engineer
Windsor Davies
as Radio Engineer
John Fordyce
as Boy in Orphanage
Raymond Young
as Photographer
Miki Iveria
as Second Maid
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Critic Reviews for Arrivederci, Baby!

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (2)

Withal, Curtis does a very good job, plotting with Lionel Jeffries to do in Schiaffino.

July 6, 2010 | Full Review…

Tony Curtis -- and about time -- has finally got himself a good comedy in Arrivederci, Baby!

May 9, 2005 | Full Review…

An underrated trifle in [director Ken Hughes'] career, offering a bravura role to the terrific Tony Curtis, as a charming Bluebeard, and some plum lines and opportunities for grimacing to the irascible Lionel Jeffries.

November 29, 2018 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

The whole affair leaves a bad taste in one's mouth.

November 29, 2018 | Rating: 1/5 | Full Review…

A sometimes funny but more often tasteless, senseless and sick sex comedy.

November 20, 2003 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Arrivederci, Baby!

At some point in the swinging mid-60's, nothing was cooler than being an Italian sex bomb. What happened to our culture that THAT went by the wayside?!? In any case, Tony Curtis plays his typical ladykiller conman scheming to get to the fortunes of rich widows, until he meets his match with (gulp!) forgotten sex bomb Rosanna Schiaffino (who might've been #5 on the list of ltalian starlets with oomph behind Sophia, Gina, Claudia, Sylvia ... it was a cottage industry back then). Nothing serious going on here but light entertainment, for which it performs it's job without much fuss. European locales nearly lead me to suspect the tourist industry producing these films to boost cruise ship sales. Lionel Jeffries looks happy merely to be working. Like playing with a puppy or a kitten, cute fun.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

Super Reviewer

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