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I've Always Loved You (1946)

 -  Drama  -  2 December 1946 (USA)
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A beautiful young concert pianist is torn between her attraction to her arrogant but brilliant maestro and her love for a farm boy she left back home.

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Complete credited cast:
Philip Dorn ...
Leopold Goronoff
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Myra Hassman
Bill Carter ...
George Sampter (as William Carter)
Maria Ouspenskaya ...
Madame Goronoff (as Mme. Maria Ouspenskaya)
Felix Bressart ...
Frederick Hassman
Elizabeth Patterson ...
Mrs. Sompter
Vanessa Brown ...
Georgette 'Porgy' Sampter at 17
Lewis Howard ...
Michael Severin
Adele Mara ...
Señorita Fortaleza
Gloria Donovan ...
Porgy at 5
Stephanie Bachelor ...
Redhead
Cora Witherspoon ...
Edwina Blythe
Fritz Feld ...
Nicholas Kavlun
Artur Rubinstein ...
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A beautiful young concert pianist is torn between her attraction to her arrogant but brilliant maestro and her love for a farm boy she left back home.

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(RCA Sound System)

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At the time this movie was made, Borden Chase was married to Lee, who was a concert pianist and who may have helped inspire the story. Lee brought to their marriage two daughters, Barry - who became Fred Astaire's dancing partner, and Pat - who became romantically involved with her stepfather, Borden Chase. See more »

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Referenced in It's a Grand Old Nag (1947) See more »

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Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor
Music by Sergei Rachmaninoff
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not quite so good
3 January 2002 | by (North Thailand) – See all my reviews

Borzage's romantic melodrama follows a gifted young (female) pianist torn between her egomaniacal maestro and the absurdly good young farm boy she grew up with (played by a creepy, almost psychopathically serene Bill Carter). The music is really played by Arthur Rubinstein (who was given a huge paycheck for the time, especially considering the studio, Republic pictures, whose first color film this was) and features some great - if in the end excessive - pieces by Rachmoninoff and others. The characters are ultimately uninteresting and so sadly it hardly matters who ends up with whom, though everyone tries their best. It's all very nice though ultimately forgettable. The highpoint of this rather lavish production is the beautiful technicolor cinematography, which is quite nicely captured in the print restored by UCLA that is used on the laserdisc and VHS tape editions.


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