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Never Say Goodbye [Import]


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Product Details

  • Actors: Errol Flynn, Eleanor Parker, Lucile Watson, S.Z. Sakall, Forrest Tucker
  • Directors: James V. Kern
  • Writers: James V. Kern, Ben Barzman, I.A.L. Diamond, Lewis R. Foster, Norma Barzman
  • Producers: Jack L. Warner, William Jacobs
  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: MGM (Warner)
  • VHS Release Date: Dec 7 1994
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6303295282

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

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Format: VHS Tape
Forgotten and forgettable domestic comedy, which sometimes descends into maudlin melodrama, starring Errol Flynn as a man attempting to gain his wife back. Flynn gives an earnest and sincere but ultimately futile effort (considering this movie was a flop and it's still evident to see why today) as Phil Gayley, a playboy artist determined to win his wife back as he's still in love with her and they share a young daughter together. Beautiful Eleanor Parker is warm and earthy as Ellen Gayley, who's partial toward giving it another go as she too is still smitten with Phil, but complicating matters is her jealousy over his constant proximity with lovely ladies who pose for him, and her recent involvement with a serviceman. The usual stale and tired comical situations occur on their road toward reconciliation before the predictable happens and they end up a happy family once again. Entertaining enough and not all that bad, only such a shame these stars were pretty much wasted in such fluffy stuff. However, for (female?) fans of the legendary swashbucker's, it's worth watching this vehicle just to gaze upon Flynn's handsomeness alone!
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Rock Hudson, Cornell Brocher & Shelly Fabra made this film about Rock Hudson was in the Service He was a Doctor, He marries Cornell Brocher & they have a daughter who grow up to be Shelly Fabrea. They have an argument an she leaves the apartment, he takes the child at age 2 and they become seperated until Shelly becomes he age of eight.. It is a beautiful story and needs to be brought back. I have a copy of it that I recorded off AMC but would like to have it in dvd.
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By A Customer on Jan. 4 2002
Format: VHS Tape
This is a very funny comedy that I would recommend to any Errol Flynn fan, or, anyone that likes a sweet, family film. It has some familiar Warner Brothers character actors, a very young Eleanor Parker, and a pre-F Troop Forrest Tucker. Flynn is hilarious - starring as an artist specializing in pin-ups. He drinks, fights, sings, dresses as Santa Claus, juggles multiple women - it is really perhaps an autobiographical role.
Very entertaining.
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By A Customer on Aug. 3 2000
Format: VHS Tape
Rock Hudson's impatience with his wife causes an impulsive action that brings separation and heartache for the whole family. All mixed up with the foreign intrigue and "cold war" of the time, each person's path is changed until fate smiles on the family again and reunites them again after much emotional soul-searching. The moral of the story is that suspicion and impulsivity do not go together. Bring a hankie!
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I don't know how this review was written for the Rock Hudson version of the film of the same name. I can't seem to find it listed. The only one listed is the one with Errol flynn. Please advise. as I recall, the Rock Hudson verison is definitely a winner and deserves 5 stars.
Please help me find the correct film.
Thanks so much.
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This is not the film I was looking for. There is another film with the same title starring Rock Hudson. Please try to bring this film back into the market. It was a much better film then the one shown. Thankyou Vickie Shook
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By Fred Pedreira on Nov. 13 2001
Format: VHS Tape
Like many of the reviews I read customers are asking
the sames question. When will they come out with the
Rock Hudson version. This version was a great tear jerker
and it showed Shelly Fabre at an early age.
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