Amelia is a gifted violinist who is in danger of quitting the Brissac Academy of Music. Julius arranges to have a scholarship given to her through his employee Tony so that Julius can escort Amelia to every musical event in the city. The trouble begins when he cannot meet her one night and Tony goes in his place. Tony believes that Julius and Amelia are a couple and then son Paul thinks that Tony and Amelia are a couple as he is sending her the money. The worst part is that Amelia might leave classical music for swing music with classmates Dusty, Joy and the band.
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Did You Know?
Although Jane Wyman
had no trouble faking the fingering of a dummy violin, Olivia de Havilland
had to have someone do it for her. In all her close-ups, the arm doing the fingering belonged to a professional hidden from view, or the fingers were hidden from view. She controlled only the bow. See more
When Amelia throws the book through the glass door, it breaks out only the top part of the glass. But, when she leaves the office, only the center part is broken out, before she slams the door and breaks the rest. See more
You're not annoying me anymore, you're just boring.
Franz Liszt was credited orally by Jane Wyman during the film. See more
Remake of Episode
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C Sharp Minor
Music by Franz Liszt
Played on a record
Swing version played by Dusty on piano and Amelia on violin
Swing version reprised by the student orchestra See more