Chocolate Soldier, The - (Original Trailer)
A jealous husband tests his opera singer wife's fidelity by pretending to be another man in The Chocolate Soldier (1941) starring Nelson Eddy and Rise Stevens.
Chocolate Soldier, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Mon Couer S'Ouvre A Ta Voix
Rise Stevens, with her second song in her first movie, is observed by her husband (Nelson Eddy, with pal Nigel Bruce), indulging her urge to move from her Vienna musical theater career into high opera, with a song from Saint-Saens, in MGMs mix-and-match musical The Chocolate Soldier, 1941.
Chocolate Soldier, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Song Of The Flea
Aiming to test her loyalty, Viennese opera star Karl (Nelson Eddy) appears at the club where his wife Maria (Rise Stevens) and best pal Bernard (Nigel Bruce) are in the audience, disguised as a romantic Russian, in MGMs The Chocolate Soldier, 1941.
Chocolate Soldier, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) My Hero
Right from the start, MGM offers their new star, Rise Stevens from The Metropolitan Opera in her first movie scene, paired with leading man Nelson Eddy, as Viennese light-opera singers Maria and Karl, with a song from the Ferenc Molnar-based operetta Testor, using only the title from the George Bernard Shaw play, The Chocolate Soldier, 1941.