After the death of her husband, Christine realizes she has possibly wasted her life by marrying him instead of the man towards whom, in her youth, she had a stronger inclination. To ... See full summary »
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Edna May Oliver
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After the death of her husband, Christine realizes she has possibly wasted her life by marrying him instead of the man towards whom, in her youth, she had a stronger inclination. To overcome these dreary thoughts, she decides to find out about him and the other men who danced with her during a ball that was a turning point in her life, many years ago. She pays a visit to those forgotten acquaintances one after the other; Christine is not only surprised to see how they have fared, but also discovers the impact she had, unknowingly, on the feelings and the destiny of these persons. Written by
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the walz used in the film "Un carnet de bal" 1937 is used also for a short scene in the 1936 film "Meyerling" . the scene is where Charles Boyer and Danelle Darieux take a walk in the Vienese Prater. The name of the walz is "The grey walz".
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