Montgomery Royle is a famed pianist whose student, the much younger Grace Blair, believes herself to be in love with him. When an explosion destroys Royle's hearing, he is bitter at the loss of his art and profession. His sister Florence persuades him to learn lip-reading as a way to break out of the isolation of deafness. Royle discovers a new meaning to his life when he uses his new lip-reading knowledge to help others. But the new skill has serious ramifications for his relationship with Grace. Written by
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'A Modern Drama From Real Life'
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, who was not seen in movie despite his onscreen credit, is also omitted from an extensive cast list in the New York Times review of 11 February 1932. See more
Version of The Man Who Played God
Sonata No.14 in C Sharp Minor, Op.27 No.2 ('Moonlight')
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
Played on piano by George Arliss
(dubbed by Salvatore Santaella
) for the king See more