A man who loves an aspiring opera singer is prepared to sacrifice everything to help her with her career, even though he knows she doesn't love him.

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Margaret Howard
Leo Carrillo ...
Steve Corelli
Robert Allen ...
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Clara Fields
Michael Bartlett ...
Michael Bartlett
Luis Alberni ...
Luigi
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Miller
Thurston Hall ...
Maurizio
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Edmund Burns ...
Polo Player (scenes deleted)
Dick Gordon ...
Polo Player (scenes deleted)
Arnold Gray ...
Polo Player (scenes deleted)
Charles R. Moore ...
Janitor (scenes deleted)
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Gambler (scenes deleted)
Blue Washington ...
Doorman (scenes deleted)
Lloyd Whitlock ...
Gambler (scenes deleted)
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Margaret Howard, a singer from a once-wealthy family but now penniless, becomes the protégé of Steve Corelli, wealthy nightclub owner and gambler. He falls in love with her. Corelli is an ardent music lover and hopes to see Margaret singing on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera. To make this possible for her, Corelli sacrifices everything, to the extent of plunging himself into bankruptcy. But just as he has secured a Metropolitan contract for her, she also announces her intentions to marry Philip Cameron. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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She Brings You the Grandest of All Musical Romances! (original poster)

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28 June 1935 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Agapa me, gia panta  »

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Il bacio
Music by Luigi Arditi
Arranged by Victor Schertzinger
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See this just to hear Grace Moore
19 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The story line is kind of corny, but probably very serious for its time..the depressing '30's. I don't know if the Met or any opera house has any film on Miss Moore, so we are fortunate that a small movie studio at that time, Columbia studios saw the potential to get her in the movies Like I said the story line is corny, how a woman who 'sang a little' did not know she had a voice. It takes years of training to put that voice in affect. Another, is the ending, where Leo's character finds the gamblers waiting for him, when they had already been paid off by Miss Moore...Some Italians today may be disturbed the way the Italians are portrayed, and their Englishese..back in those days. Watching this movie brought to mind a couple of movies that ran along the same theme..."Love Me or Leave Me" with Doris Day playing the "Moore" part and James Cagney, "Leo Carillo's" part and in real life, Sophia Loren and Carlo Ponti, and Cion and her husband. BTW, I think I read somewhere that Leo Carillo spoke perfect English, and even displayed in a couple of early movies, before he eventually became "The Cisco Kid's", sidekick.


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