Directed by Jan Negulesco. With Joan Crawford, John Garfield, and Oscar Levant. This full-bodied melodrama tells of an ambitious but dirt-poor violinist who becomes involved with his wealthy, lonely, emotionally unstable patroness. Isaac Stern dubbed the violin playing. 35mm print preserved by the Library of Congress.
USA, 1946, b&w, 35mm, 125 min.
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