|Directed by||Charles Vidor|
|Written by||Sidney Buchman, Ernst Marischka|
|Company||Columbia PicturesColumbia PicturesColumbia Pictures|
One of the most successful filmed biographies of the 1940s, A Song to Remember alleges to be the true story of Polish composer Frederick Chopin. Actually, it has about as much relation to truth as a Heckle and Jeckle cartoon, but with such gorgeous creatures as Cornel Wilde and Merle Oberon in the leads, who cared?
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