Never Let Me Go
Never Let Me Go is a 1953 MGM romantic adventure film starring Clark Gable and Gene Tierney. The picture, directed by Delmer Daves and produced by Clarence Brown, was from a screenplay by George Froeschel and Ronald Millar, based on the novel Came the Dawn by Roger Bax (a.k.a. Andrew Garve/Paul Winterton/Paul Somers).
Moscow based newspaper reporter Philip Sutherland (Clark Gable) is in love with Marya (Gene Tierney), a ballerina. He and radio broadcaster Steve Quillan (Kenneth More) go to see her perform Swan Lake with the Bolshoi Ballet, and a pleased Philip learns that Marya wishes to marry him and accompany him home to San Francisco.
|genre||adventure drama romance|
|keywords||ballet performance bolshoi ballet end force home alone married newspaper reporter radio broadcast sail san francisco steal swan lake tallinn|
|theme||romantic drama war|