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I've Always Loved You (1946)

Approved | | Drama | 2 December 1946 (USA)
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
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Señorita Fortaleza
Gloria Donovan ...
Porgy at 5
Stephanie Bachelor ...
Redhead
Cora Witherspoon ...
Edwina Blythe
Fritz Feld ...
Nicholas Kavlun
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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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Trivia

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 »

Soundtracks

Liebestod
from the opera "Tristan und Isolde"
Music by Richard Wagner
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An utterly romantic film that has its good moments
17 November 2015 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

I love Frank Borzage's films (STREET ANGEL, 7TH HEAVEN, A FAREWELL TO ARMS, DESIRE, THREE COMRADES, THE MORTAL STORM being my favorites). Borzage was a director of immense talent and sensibility, a true master in every sense. I'VE ALWAYS LOVED YOU is his most lavishly produced film, in glorious Technicolor, and contains extremely beautiful sequences, but unfortunately falls short of being a great work. Borden Chase, the screenwriter, must be responsible for this, as he presents the character of the great Maestro Goronoff as not only arrogant, which could be easily understood, but also immature and frankly ridiculous in his womanizing, thus rendering him a type of buffoon most of the time. One can never understand the love that Myra Hassman feels for him, in spite of Catherine McLeod's fine performance. Thus, when the story reaches its first climax and Goronoff tries to steal the brilliance of his pupil first public concert (in Carnegie Hall, of all places) out of sheer jealousy, the impact of the scene is lessened. We never see the somber shades of his personality creeping in. The effect is incongruous. We cannot take this man seriously. Philip Dorn does not help, either. His acting is unnatural, a pure caricature that does not let a possible tragic dimension of his character shine through. Too bad. The ending is satisfying, at least, and we are left with the lovely image of Catherine McLeod in our memory. She was indeed a good actress and deserved to have had a more successful career.


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