Cathy Mallory, beautiful socialite who prefers classical music, is taken by friends to a back-alley dance club. There, she meets blind pianist Dan Evans, who plays in Chick Morgan's swing band but seems to be a composer of great promise. Attracted but spurned, Cathy feigns blindness herself to get past Dan's bitter facade, scheming to get him to the doctor who can restore his sight...and to Carnegie Hall. But her actions bring about several twists in their relationship...
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His Music Told of Love He Dared Not Whisper!
Did You Know?
"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on December 2, 1948 with Merle Oberon
and Hoagy Carmichael
reprising their film roles. See more
When Cathy asks Miss Willey if she heard anything from Chick or anybody; Cathy is holding her gloves with both her hands. But on the next cut when she goes toward the piano to get a telegram; she is now holding the gloves with just her right hand. See more
by Leith Stevens
Performed by Artur Rubinstein
and New York Philharmonic
(as The New York Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra)
Conducted by Eugene Ormandy See more