Patsy Brand is a chorus girl at the Pleasure Garden music hall. She meets Jill Cheyne who is down on her luck and gets her a job as a dancer. Jill is engaged to adventurer Hugh Fielding and... See full summary »
Schani, Johan Strauss Jr., is forced by his father to forget music and to work in a bakery. Here he falls in love with Resi. The girl gets very jealous when a rich and beautiful contessa asks Schani to write a waltz for her. Schani writes and plays it, but he is always loyal to his girlfriend. Written by
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When Strauss is in the bakery, standing by the batter mixer, the complete waltz comes him. Just as he turns away, his back is spattered with dough, but an instant later he back is clear again. See more »
After watching almost every Hitchcock film I have to agree with old Hitch himself it was his worst. Even some of his older dated movies are so much better than this. I just do not believe this is Hitchcock's area of the world and it shows. If your a die hard Hitchcock fan who has to see everything he directed like myself by all means watch this but if your not don't bother as it is a painful experience. I just cannot think of any redeeming area of this film at all no humor no anything it's just kind of blah.
As far as a spoiler you won't find one here because quite frankly who cares what happens at the end which is highly predictable. I was just glad that it did in fact end..
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