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Song of Love (Oct-1947)

Director: Clarence Brown

Writers: Ivan Tors; Irmgard von Cube; Allen Vincent; Robert Ardrey

From a play by: Bernard Schubert; Mario Silva

Musical Direction by: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Clarence Brown

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roman Bohnen
Actor
24-Nov-1894 24-Feb-1949 Of Mice and Men
Leo G. Carroll
Actor
25-Oct-1892 16-Oct-1972 Waverly on The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
George Chakiris
Actor
16-Sep-1934   West Side Story
Henry Daniell
Actor
5-Mar-1894 31-Oct-1963 British-American character actor
Paul Henreid
Actor
10-Jan-1908 29-Mar-1992 Casablanca
Katharine Hepburn
Actor
12-May-1907 29-Jun-2003 The Philadelphia Story
Gigi Perreau
Actor
6-Feb-1941   Has Anybody Seen My Gal
Henry Stephenson
Actor
16-Apr-1871 24-Apr-1956 The Prince and the Pauper
Robert Walker
Actor
13-Oct-1918 28-Aug-1951 Strangers on a Train

CAST

Starring
Katharine Hepburn   ...   Clara Wieck Schumann
Paul Henreid   ...   Robert Schumann
Robert Walker   ...   Johannes Brahms
with
Else Janssen   ...   Bertha
Henry Daniell   ...   Franz Liszt
Leo G. Carroll   ...   Prof. Wieck
Roman Bohnen   ...   Dr. Hoffman
Ludwig Stossel   ...   Haslinger
Tala Birell   ...   Princess Valerie Hohenfels
Kurt Katch   ...   Judge
Henry Stephenson   ...   King Albert
Gigi Perreau   ...   Julie
"Tinker" Furlong   ...   Felix
Ann Carter   ...   Marie
Janine Perreau   ...   Eugenie
Jimmy Hunt   ...   Ludwig
Anthony Sydes   ...   Ferdinand
Eilene Janssen   ...   Elise
Konstantin Shayne   ...   Reinecke

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