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I've Always Loved You (2-Dec-1946)

Director: Frank Borzage

Writer: Borden Chase

From story: Concerto by Borden Chase (story, in American Magazine)

Musical Director: Walter Scharf

Producer: Frank Borzage

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Felix Bressart
Actor
2-Mar-1892 17-Mar-1949 To Be or Not to Be
Vanessa Brown
Actor
24-Mar-1928 21-May-1999 The Late George Apley
Philip Dorn
Actor
30-Sep-1901 9-May-1975 Random Harvest
Fritz Feld
Actor
15-Oct-1900 18-Nov-1993 Bringing Up Baby
Adele Mara
Actor
28-Apr-1923 7-May-2010 Angel in Exile
Catherine McLeod
Actor
2-Jul-1921 11-May-1997 I've Always Loved You
Maria Ouspenskaya
Actor
29-Jul-1876 3-Dec-1949 Waterloo Bridge
Elizabeth Patterson
Actor
22-Nov-1875 31-Jan-1966 Mrs. Matilda Trumbull on I Love Lucy
Artur Rubinstein
Pianist
28-Jan-1887 20-Dec-1982 Polish-American piano virtuoso
Cora Witherspoon
Actor
5-Jan-1890 17-Nov-1957 The Bank Dick

CAST

Starring
Philip Dorn   ...   Leopold Goronoff
Catherine McLeod   ...   Myra Hassman
William Carter   ...   George Sampter
With
Maria Ouspenskaya   ...   Mme. Goronoff
Felix Bressart   ...   Hassman
Elizabeth Patterson   ...   Mrs. Sampter
Vanessa Brown   ...   Porgy
Lewis Howard   ...   Michael Severin
Adele Mara   ...   Seņorita Fortaleza
Gloria Donovan   ...   Young Porgy
Stephanie Bachelor   ...   Redhead
Cora Witherspoon   ...   Mrs. Blythe
Fritz Feld   ...   Nicholas

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