Never Say Goodbye (1946) -- [6.5] -- Errol Flynn and Eleanor Parker star as the divorced parents of a seven-year-old girl who is trying to get the two back together again. It may sound like a cloying storyline, but the film uses it exclusively for screwball comedic effect. Memorable sequences include Flynn's attempt to have dinner with two women at two different tables at the same time, Christmas Eve with two sparring Santas, and the return of a soldier who thinks the little girl's romantic letters are from her mother. Lucile Watson is good as the snooty mother-in-law (and gets to cut loose in a scene involving alcohol), S.Z. Skall is affable as a friendly restaurant owner who helps both Flynn and his daughter in times of need, and Forrest Tucker is put to good use as the dim-witted soldier foil.