|Genres||Biography Drama Music|
Ernst Marischka (story)
|Cast||Paul Muni Merle Oberon Cornel Wilde Nina Foch George Coulouris Howard Freeman Stephen Bekassy|
|Plot||Prof. Joseph Elsner guides his protégé Frydryk 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.... see A Song to Remember on IMDb|
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|South Korean Edition All Region 0 DVD/ Sound in English / Optional Chinese and Korean Subtitles can be turned off. Non Remastered Quality of film color is to be expected for it's age. Summary: Director: Charles Vidor. Cast: Cornel Wilde, Paul Muni, Merle Oberon, Nina Foch. In an Oscar-nominated performance, Cornel Wilde presents the Polish native as a passionate nationalist driven by his love of his country and his hatred of its czarist regime, Focus that can be forgiven in light of the political backdrop at the time of the production. Already a prodigy he is mentored by a shamelessly scenery-chewing Paul Muni as Professor Elsner, Chopin flees to Paris where his flashing eyes, dark nimbus of curls, and florid technique earn him stardom, while his involvement with the writer George Sand (a beautiful Merle Oberon, even when draped in then-provocatively masculine garb) introduces a romantic crescendo.|
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