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Carnegie Hall(1947)

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Brief Synopsis

A woman pushes her son to pursue a career as a classical pianist.

Cast & Crew

Edgar G. Ulmer Director
Marsha Hunt Nora Ryan
William Prince Tony Salerno, Jr.
Frank McHugh John Donovan
Martha O'Driscoll Ruth Haines
Hans Yaray Tony Salerno, Sr.
Joseph Buloff Anton Tribik
Olin Downes Himself
Alfonso D'Artega Tschaikowski
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York premiere: 2 May 1947
Release Date:  1947 Production Date:  LC
FCA 4477-80 +e res by AD
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  United Artists Corp.
Sound:  Mono (Western Electric Sound System) Production Co:  Federal Films, Inc.
Duration(mins):  135 min. Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  12,126    
Duration(reels):  16    

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  • harp question

    Buddy Dees 2013-04-12

    I believe the harp in the show was manufactured in Chicago in 1940 and was used for decades in Carnegie Hall. I believe it was sold in 1980's and is... MORE>

  • Thank God for Film

    marianne watts 2013-04-10

    Last nite I watched "Carnegie Hall". True, plot was thin, but this movie was meant to showcase the musical geniuses of yore. Alas, they are all... MORE>

  • Thin film...

    RedRain 2013-04-09

    Michael, answering your questions: The great Jascha Heifitz performed the Concerto for Violin in G Major by Tchaikovsky. The magnificent Arthur Rubenstein... MORE>