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Clark Gable's next-to-last MGM film was the Cold War melodrama Never Let Me Go. Filmed in England, the story finds American journalist Philip Sutherland (Gable) desperately trying to retrieve his Russian-ballerina bride Marva Lamarkins (Gene Tierney) from behind the Iron Curtain. Stymied by bureaucracy on both sides, Sutherland attempts to plead his case directly to Soviet bigwig Molotov, in London for a peace conference. When this too fails, Sutherland aligns himself with an Englishman (Richard Haydn) in a similar predicament. Together, the two men formulate a daring escape plan, which… More

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"Delmer Daves' agit-prop feature of the Cold War era stars Gable as American journalist in Moscow, trying to rescue his Soviet ballerina wife, played by Gene Tierney."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
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