Music teacher Christine Radcliffe thought Karel Novak to have been killed in the war. She loves him more than ever and insists they marry. At their reception her benefactor and former lover offers Karel the chance to solo his new cello concerto. Hollenius torments Christine and she shoots him. The concert is a success and Karel promises to stand by Christine. Written by
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The movie lost half a million dollars; the first Bette Davis movie to lose money since she signed at Warner Brothers in 1932. See more
At the end of the film, after Karel Novak has played the Hollenius Cello Concerto and is receiving an ovation, as he acknowledges the applause, his cello mysteriously appears and disappears. In the close ups as he takes his bow, he has it, but when the camera cuts to him in long shot, it is missing. See more
[snatches his bleeding hand away from Christine Radcliffe
Like all women: white as a sheet at the sight of a couple of scratches... but calm and smiling as a hospital nurse in the presence of a mortal wound... Good night!
Orchestral Numbers Staged by Leroy Prinz See more
Referenced in All About Bette
Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92, passages from movement #1
Music by Ludwig van Beethoven
Background music for the encounter between Christine and Karel after the concert rehearsal See more