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Never Say Goodbye (9-Nov-1946)

Director: James V. Kern

Writers: Ben Barzman; Norma Barzman; I. A. L. Diamond; James V. Kern; Lewis R. Foster

Music by: Frederick Hollander

Producer: William Jacobs

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Pen Pals

Errol Flynn, commercial artist, and Eleanor Parker, socialite, have been divorced for over a year due to Flynn's philandering. Their daughter, Flip, very much wants the two of them back together. Flip has been pen pal with a US Marine, and leads him to believe she is actually her mother. The Marine, played by Forrest Tucker, arrives in town and would like to meet Eleanor.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Errol Flynn
Actor
20-Jun-1909 14-Oct-1959 Robin Hood
Hattie McDaniel
Actor
10-Jun-1893 26-Oct-1952 Mammy in Gone with the Wind
Eleanor Parker
Actor
26-Jun-1922 9-Dec-2013 Interrupted Melody
S. Z. Sakall
Actor
2-Feb-1884 12-Feb-1955 Casablanca
Forrest Tucker
Actor
12-Feb-1919 25-Oct-1986 Sgt. O'Rourke on F Troop
Lucile Watson
Actor
27-May-1879 24-Jun-1962 Watch on the Rhine
Donald Woods
Actor
2-Dec-1906 5-Mar-1998 The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms

CAST

Errol Flynn   ...   Phil Gayley
Eleanor Parker   ...   Ellen Gayley
with
Lucile Watson   ...   Mrs. Hamilton
S. Z. Sakall   ...   Luigi
Forrest Tucker   ...   Cpl. Fenwick Lonkowski
Donald Woods   ...   Rex DeVallon
Peggy Knudsen   ...   Nancy Graham
Tom D'Andrea   ...   Jack Gordon
Hattie McDaniel   ...   Cozy
And Introducing
Patti Brady   ...   Flip Gayley

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