I've Always Loved You

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Released 1946

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I've Always Loved You

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Director:
Frank Borzage
Released:
1946
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I've Always Loved You tells the story of a beautiful young pianist torn between the fondness she feels for her mentor and her love of the farm boy she left behind. This 1946 production stars Catherine McLeod, Phillip Dorn, and Bill Carter. The triangle they form allows the lush romanticism of the plot to unfold. Her stern piano teacher, Leopold Goronoff (Philip Dorn), resembles the father that Myra Hassman (Catherine Mcleod) always tried to please. Myra falls under the spell of the imperious maestro Goronoff (Dorn), but George Sampter (Bill Carter) will not so willingly give up his childhood sweetheart. Sampter (Carter) is the man who remained at home to work the family farm. Director Borden Chase who also wrote the screenplay unleashes his full arsenal of romantic longing here with pungent dialogue and lavish costumes. Shot in Technicolor, the film features many ornate sets for the concert performances. Arthur Rubenstein did the piano doubling on all the classical masterpieces played.moreless

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Drama

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Love & Romance, Classics