Goodnight Sweetheart - Netflix
Gary Sparrow is an underachieving TV repairman, unhappily married to the loud and often mocking Yvonne Sparrow. However, Gary's life is changed forever upon discovering a time portal taking him back to a war-torn London, leading to an East End pub (the Royal Oak) and an attractive barmaid named Phoebe, who becomes his girlfriend. From then on, Gary leads a double life, going back and forth across time to please the two women in his life closest to his heart, but furthest apart.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Goodnight Sweetheart - Goodnite, Sweetheart, Goodnite - Netflix
“Goodnite, Sweetheart, Goodnite” is a popular song that was a hit during the mid-1950s. It was written by Calvin Carter and James “Pookie” Hudson in 1951, and was first recorded by The Spaniels in 1953. It has also been released by some artists as “Goodnight, Well It's Time to Go”.
Goodnight Sweetheart - The Spaniels version - Netflix
The song was originally released by the R&B doo-wop group The Spaniels in March 1954. The original version peaked at No. 5 on Billboard's “Rhythm and Blues Records” chart of “Best Sellers in Stores”, No. 5 on Billboard's “Rhythm and Blues Records” chart of “Most Played in Juke Boxes”, and No. 3 on Cash Box's Rhythm & Blues Top 15. The Spaniels' version was ranked No. 20 on Billboard's ranking of “1954's Top R&B Records according to Retail Sales” and No. 15 on Billboard's ranking of “1954's Top R&B Records according to Juke Box Plays”. It was also ranked No. 16 in Cash Box's ranking of “1954's Top R&B Records as Voted in the Cash Box Poll”.
Goodnight Sweetheart - References - Netflix