Carnegie Hall Movie Review 1947

Information and Film Reviews for Carnegie Hall the Movie

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Widowed Irish-American Nora (Hunt) gets a job at Carnegie Hall and raises her son Tony to be a talented pianist. But the adult Tony (Prince) develops an interest in jazz and popular music that his ma despises. They have a rift, Tony goes on the road with a band, marries singer Ruth (O'Drsicoll), and becomes a famous jazz pianist. After years pass, Ruth decides it's about time to reunite mother and son and Carnegie Hall plays a big part in her scheme. Schmaltzy story showcases a number of big musical stars of the day.

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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 134 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Musical Drama, Moms, New York, New York, Stagestruck, Family Reunions
Screenplay
Karl Kamb
Cast
Marsha Hunt, William Prince, Martha O'Driscoll, Frank McHugh
Cinematography
William J. Miller
Director
Edgar G. Ulmer

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