Like many celebrities, Eleanor Parker did her fair share of advertising. The following are just a few examples of Parker as spokeswoman, mostly for beauty products and cosmetics (though one is a beer ad!), in the 1950s.
In 1946, Eleanor Parker co-starred with Errol Flynn in the romantic comedy Never Say Goodbye. The actress was perhaps never more lovely and charming than in this film and she has great chemistry with a top-form Errol Flynn.
Never Say Goodbye concerns itself with a divorced couple (Parker and Flynn) who have a young daughter (Patty Brady). As time goes by, the couple begin to rethink their divorce and with the help of their daughter and a U.S. Marine on leave they fall in love all over again.
Eleanor Parker is extremely beautiful here and her performance is spot on. Another actress could have easily ruined the movie but Parker does it just right by balancing the loveable and bitchy aspects of her character. All in all, Never Say Goodbye was a fantastic showcase for the gorgeous Eleanor Parker and her captivating smile is used to great advantage.
Check out some press for Never Say Goodbye here.
Here are some images of Eleanor Parker in Never Say Goodbye:
In 1946 (though it was filmed a year earlier), Eleanor Parker co-starred with Errol Flynn in the romantic comedy Never Say Goodbye. The actress perhaps never looked better or came across as more charming than she did in this project. Never Say Goodbye also featured Errol Flynn in top form and the duo had magnificent chemistry on-screen.
This major motion picture from Warner Bros was, of course, afforded a fair amount of press in the newspapers. Here are a few original advertisements for the movie:
Besides print ads for the film, other types of promotional materials for Never Say Goodbye also appeared. Here are some vintage newspaper clippings concerning the movie's stars: