Great Waltz, The - (Original Trailer)
Waltz king Johann Strauss risks his marriage over his infatuation with a beautiful opera singer in The Great Waltz (1938).
Great Waltz, The (1938) - The Performance Is Not Over!
Johann Strauss (Fernand Gravet), in Vienna ca. 1849, leads his waltz orchestra, at the casino run by Donnmayer (Herman Bing), his fianceè (Luise Rainer) and family the only audience until opera stars Schiller (George Houston) and Donner, (Miliza Korjus, the Polish soprano in her only Hollywood film) arrive, in MGMs The Great Waltz, 1938
Great Waltz, The (1938) - There'll Come A Time
Carla Donner (a fictional character, played for MGM by Polish soprano Miliza Korjus) has introduced un-credentialed Johann Strauss II (Fernand Gravet) to Vienna society, the song a Strauss compositoin with an original lyric by Oscar Hammerstein II, in The Great Waltz, 1938.
Great Waltz, The (1938) - Johann Strauss II And His Immortal Melodies
Opening MGMs schmaltzy story of Strauss and Vienna, Fernand Gravet is introduced in the lead role, tangling with his employer (Sig Rumann), his in-laws to-be (Bert Roach, Greta Meyer) and his finaceè (Luiser Rainer), in The Great Waltz, 1938.