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Ilona Ratkay
Nelson Keys ...
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Hugh Wakefield ...
Albert von Waldenau
Frederick Bradshaw ...
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Marie Lohr ...
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Morris Harvey ...
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26 April 1937 (UK)  »

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This is one of about three dozen British films picked up by CBS in 1949 for television presentation in New York City on WCBS (Channel 2). Its initial telecast took place Saturday 23 July 1949. Since this title had never been shown theatrically in the USA, this was also its USA premiere. See more »

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Dull Operetta
14 January 2012 | by (london) – See all my reviews

For some reason producers in the 1930s seem enthralled at the idea of turning operas,particularly those based in central Europe,into films.I cannot imagine that the majority of them had any success.One only has to conjure up memories of Lily Pons,Grace Moore,Richard Tauber and so on to be rendered into a catatonic trance.This film is little different.Day,who i had not associated with this type of film,plays an opera singer.Her PR man decides that her ailing show needs a tonic so he invents a story about Day finding her long lost father,who is actually dead.Dead falls in love with a stage door johnny.His father thinks he is Days long lost dad and thus tries everything to break up the romance.That is about it.Everything comes out alright and you awake from a deep sleep when the end title comes up.


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