Robert Altman brought Raymond Chandler’s The Long Goodbye to the screen 50 years ago in a neo-noir crime thriller starring Elliott Gould. Philip Marlowe (Elliott Gould) is no stranger to the screen. Raymond Chandler created the private detective for a short story in 1939’s The Big Sleep. The first film adaptation came in 1942. Throughout the years, Robert Mitchum is the only actor to make two appearances as Marlowe on the big screen. Until this…"The Long Goodbye Marks 50th Anniversary"