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|Also Known As:||Died:||April 9, 1960|
|Born:||September 18, 1893||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Australia||Profession:||Music ...|
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Music (feature film)
The greatest threat to the British navy is the German battleship Tirpitz. Being anchored in a Norwegian fjord, it is impossible to attack it with any chance of success. But the navy trains a special commando to attack it, using little submarines to plant underwater explosives under it.
International spies kidnap a doctor's son when he stumbles on their assassination plot.
A chronicle of an expedition's quest to reach the summit of the world's highest peak.
The highly fictionalized story of Nellie Melba, Australian-born soporano who rose to operatic fame in the latter part of the 19th century and who had a desert and form of dry toast (true) named after her. In her film debut, the Metropolitan opera's Patrice Munsel, plays the title role in a film that primarily strings together eight excerts from well-known operas as well as one or two lighter numbers and a montage of famous opera personalities featuring the chorus of the Covent Garden Opera and members of the Sadler Wells Ballet. The story follows the career of Melba from the time she left her father's Australian cattle ranch and a suitor to travel to Paris to get her voice training, and picks up another suitor. She debuts in Brussells and is a smash hit followed by international fame. The suitor from Australia shows up in Monte Carlo, marries her and soon is cast in the role of "Mr. Melba" until he can take it no longer and returns to Australia, while Melba decides her voice belongs to the world and sadly goes on alone.
The masked hero plots to rescue his wife when his enemies kidnap her.
When a young horse trainer falls for a Gypsy girl, it reignites an old family feud.
Crooked businessmen install a hobo as bank president, only to discover how smart their mark really is.
A British aristocrat's effete facade masks a swashbuckling hero rescuing victims of the French revolution.
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