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I'll Never Forget You (1951) was a Drama - Fantasy Film directed by Roy Ward Baker and produced by Sol C. Siegel.

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Geiger Man: [after running a Geiger counter over him] Your count's a trifle high, Dr. Forsythe.
Roger Forsyth: Don't worry about it till I glow after dark.

Roger Forsyth: You're sort of a mystery man even to your friends.

Helen Pettigrew: You have no reason to be afraid of him.
Kate Pettigrew: No more reason than I have to fear a graveyard at night.

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Like its better known predecessor, Berkeley Square, this film was tied up in rights entanglements that prevented it from being shown on cable (Fox Movie Channel would be the place to see it), or released commercially on DVD. It was finally released on July 29, 2008, as part of Fox's "Tyrone Power Matinee Idol" DVD collection.
The framing story which takes up the first two reels (2000 feet), and the last reel (1000 feet) is in black and white; the rest of the film is in Technicolor.
In 1945, Gregory Peck and Maureen O'Hara were set to star.
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