A Song to Remember
1945, 113 min.
|Cinematography||Allen M. Davey, Tony Gaudio|
|Music||Frederic Chopin, Miklos Rozsa, Morris Stoloff|
|Art Direction||Lionel Banks, Van Nest Polglase|
|Producer(s||Sidney Buchman, Louis F. Edelman|
|Frederic Chopin||Cornel Wilde|
|Prof. Joseph Elsner||Merle Oberon|
|George Sand||Marlen Oberon|
|Louis Pleyel||George Coulouris|
|Franz Liszt||Stephen Bekassy|
Frederic Chopin through his formative years to early adulthood in Poland. At a recital in a duke’s home Chopin insults the new Russian-installed governor, and must flee the country. The professor takes him to Paris, where he eventually comes under the wing and influence of novelist George Sand and rises to prominence in the music world, to the exclusion of his old friends and patriotic feelings towards Poland.