Escape Me Never (1947)

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Escape Me Never: Directed by Peter Godfrey. With Errol Flynn, Ida Lupino, Eleanor Parker, Gig Young. Errol Flynn stars as Sebastian Dubrok, a penniless composer who marries a young widow with baby boy–even though he is in love with his brother’s fiancée.

“I think the casting of the actors is exceptionally good and Errol Flynnu0026#39;s nonchalant manner fits perfectly in this story. I felt it demonstrated the lesson that we donu0026#39;t appreciate what we have until it is too late and is taken from us. We mustnu0026#39;t take love for granted.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI was particularly interested to see Albert Bassermann appearing in this film and recognized his voice immediately because of his next and last acting performance which was in the famous 1948 film u0026quot;The Red Shoesu0026quot; in which he had a fairly significant role – not bad for an actor nearing 80 years of age!u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIda Lupino as u0026#39;Gemmau0026#39; is cast adrift after a short union in marriage which produced a son, but she must fend for herself when tragedy ends the union. She links up the Sebastian (Flynn), a musician, who also happens to have a brother that is in music too.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI like the moderate display in this production of the film, nothing overblown or showy, but just plain and simple, almost like a stage production in a way and more true to the story.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eItu0026#39;s an excellent movie and well worth seeing.”


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