Never Say Goodbye (1946)

Never Say Goodbye (1946), directed by James V. Kern.

The Eleanor Parker festival continues.

Light, silly, sugary sweet romantic comedy about a little girl trying to get her divorced parents back together. They don't struggle very hard.

For dedicated fans of the stars only. My only excuse for reviewing it is to show off Errol Flynn and Parker in the thumbnails. When two such gorgeous and talented people appear together you have to take notice.

With Hattie McDaniel and S.Z. "Cuddles" Sakall. Several Robin Hood jokes and Flynn does a Bogart impersonation with the man himself dubbing the voice. Flynn is a big guy but Forrest Tucker carries him around as if he were a child. We see Mommy kissing Santa Claus.

That's her Christmas Eve dress in the last three panes. She looks like Bellatrix Lestrange at Halloween.

Warner Archive DVD-R, available for rent from ClassicFlix.