Never Say Goodbye (1946)
|Director(s)||James V. Kern|
|Producer(s)||William Jacobs, Jack L. Warner (executive)|
|Top Genres||Comedy, Romance|
|Top Topics||Christmas, Romance (Comic)|
Never Say Goodbye Overview:
Never Say Goodbye (1946) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by James V. Kern and produced by Jack L. Warner and William Jacobs.
Never Say Goodbye (1946, James V. Kern)By Andrew Wickliffe on Mar 10, 2017 From The Stop Button
The first thirty-nine percent of Never Say Goodbye is phenomenally paced. It could be a short movie, if there were a little tragedy through in. A little melodrama. Seven year-old Patti Brady is moving back in with mom Eleanor Parker after living six months with dad Errol Flynn. They?re divorced. Fly... Read full article
Never Say Goodbye – 1946By Bogart Fan on Jan 19, 2014 From The Bogie Film Blog
My Review —A Fun Flynn RomCom—? Bogie Film Fix: ?out of 5 Bogies! Director: ?James V. Kern The Lowdown A divorced artist (Errol Flynn) tries to control his appetite for women while attempting to win back the heart of his ex (Eleanor Parker). What I Thought I?ve always made the argument t... Read full article
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When Errol Flynn dons a disguise as Humphrey Bogart, it's Bogart himself who's doing the voice-over.
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