Never Let Me Go
is a 1953 MGM
romantic adventure film
directed by Delmer Daves
, produced by Clarence Brown
, from a screenplay by George Froeschel and Ronald Millar, loosely based on the novel Me And My Russian Wife
by Eddy Gilmore (Pulitzer Prize
winner for journalism) about his attempt to rescue his love Tamara from Stalin's Russia.
The film stars Clark Gable, Gene Tierney, with a supporting cast that included Bernard Miles, Richard Haydn, Belita, Kenneth More and Theodore Bikel. It was shot at MGM's British studios and on location in Cornwall.