Cinema, Also Showing Dec. 9, 1946

Never Say Goodbye (Warner) is the one about a divorced husband (Errol Flynn) who loves his ex-wife (Eleanor Parker), who loves him but won't-admit-it-even-to-herself, and their little girl (Patti Brady), who loves, and is loved by, both of them, and will never let them hear the last of it. This situation, which is not unheard of in the home-loving U.S., might have been the basis for a touching and impressive film. Or, in skillful hands, it might have been first-rate comedy. Those who made this version use all the known tricks, and invent a few new ones, for depriving it...

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