Never Say Goodbye

  • 1946
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

Errol Flynn is a calendar artist (like Petty or Vargas), and his passion for pulchritude has caused his divorce from Parker. Their daughter, Brandy, spends her time attempting to bring her parents together, and, after an hour and a half of every stale joke ever devised, she succeeds. The producers attempted to shore up the levity by hiring some old comedy...read more

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Errol Flynn is a calendar artist (like Petty or Vargas), and his passion for pulchritude has caused his divorce from Parker. Their daughter, Brandy, spends her time attempting to bring her parents together, and, after an hour and a half of every stale joke ever devised, she succeeds. The

producers attempted to shore up the levity by hiring some old comedy hands like Sakall, D'Andrea, McDaniel, and Woods, but it didn't help matters much. Flynn gets the chance to warble a few notes of Harry Warren and Al Dubin's "Remember Me," and also does what appears to be a sensational

impression of Bogart, until one learns that Bogie himself looped the words to Flynn's lip movements. There are so many cliches in the picture that to enumerate them would begin a litany of boredom. Ben Barzman, who co-wrote the story with his wife, later became a writing instructor at a California

college, thus proving that those who cannot do, teach. Veteran art director Grot is the same man who did the sets for NOAH'S ARK that collapsed on cue and tragically cost the lives of some extras. The sketches attributed to Flynn were done by Zoe Mozert. Coscreenwriter Diamond later became rich

and famous when he teamed with Billy Wilder to pen a host of hits, including SOME LIKE IT HOT, THE APARTMENT, ONE TWO THREE, and THE FORTUNE COOKIE.

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