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Carnegie Hall (28-Feb-1947)

Director: Edgar G. Ulmer

Writers: Karl Kamb; Seena Owen

Producers: William LeBaron; Boris Morros

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joseph Buloff
Actor
20-Jan-1899 27-Feb-1985 Yiddish stage actor
Walter Damrosch
Conductor
30-Jan-1862 22-Dec-1950 Conductor, popularizer of music
Jascha Heifetz
Violinist
2-Feb-1901 10-Dec-1987 Violin virtuoso
Marsha Hunt
Actor
17-Oct-1917   Johnny Got His Gun
Harry James
Musician
15-Mar-1916 5-Jul-1983 Big Band-era bandleader
Frank McHugh
Actor
23-May-1898 11-Sep-1981 The Roaring Twenties
Vaughn Monroe
Singer
7-Oct-1911 21-May-1973 Racing with the Moon
Martha O'Driscoll
Actor
4-Mar-1922 3-Nov-1998 Li'l Abner
Jan Peerce
Singer
3-Jun-1904 15-Dec-1984 Operatic tenor, NY Metropolitan Opera
Gregor Piatigorsky
Cellist
17-Apr-1903 6-Aug-1976 Russian-American cello virtuoso
Ezio Pinza
Singer
18-May-1892 9-May-1957 Operatic bass, NY Metropolitan Opera
Lily Pons
Singer
12-Apr-1898 13-Feb-1976 French-American coloratura soprano
Fritz Reiner
Conductor
19-Dec-1888 15-Nov-1963 Music Director, Chicago Symphony, 1953-62
Artur Rodzinski
Conductor
2-Jan-1892 27-Nov-1958 Conductor, NY Philharmonic, 1943-47
Leonard Rose
Cellist
28-Jul-1918 16-Nov-1984 Virtuoso cellist
Artur Rubinstein
Pianist
28-Jan-1887 20-Dec-1982 Polish-American piano virtuoso
Risë Stevens
Singer
11-Jun-1913 20-Mar-2013 Mezzo-Soprano at the Metropolitan Opera
Leopold Stokowski
Conductor
18-Apr-1882 13-Sep-1977 American Symphony Orchestra
Bruno Walter
Conductor
15-Sep-1876 17-Feb-1962 Conductor, Leipzig Gewandhaus, 1929-33

CAST

With
Marsha Hunt   ...   Nora Ryan
William Prince   ...   Tony Salerno, Jr.
Frank McHugh   ...   John Donovan
Martha O'Driscoll   ...   Ruth Haines
Hans Yaray   ...   Tony Salerno, Sr.
Olin Downes   ...   Himself
Joseph Buloff   ...   Anton Tribik
And the World's Greatest Artists
Walter Damrosch   ...   Himself
Bruno Walter   ...   Himself
New York Philharmonic   ...   Themselves
Lily Pons   ...   Herself
Gregor Piatigorsky   ...   Himself
Risė Stevens   ...   Herself
Artur Rodzinski   ...   Himself
Artur Rubinstein   ...   Himself
Jan Peerce   ...   Himself
Ezio Pinza   ...   Himself
Vaughn Monroe   ...   Himself
and His Orchestra   ...   Themselves
Jascha Heifetz   ...   Himself
Fritz Reiner   ...   Himself
Leopold Stokowski   ...   Himself
and
Harry James   ...   Himself
Emile Boreo   ...   Henry
Alfonso D'Artega   ...   Tschaikowski
Harold Dyrenforth   ...   Walter Damrosch
Eole Galli   ...   Katinka
New York Philharmonic Quintette
John Corigliano   ...   New York Philharmonic Quintette
Leonard Rose   ...   New York Philharmonic Quintette
Michael Rosenker   ...   New York Philharmonic Quintette
Wm. Lincer   ...   New York Philharmonic Quintette
Nadia Reisenberg   ...   New York Philharmonic Quintette

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