Carnegie Hall


Carnegie Hall is a 1947 film directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. It stars Marsha Hunt and William Prince.[1]

Ulmer made Carnegie Hall with the help of conductor Fritz Reiner, godfather of the Ulmers' daughter, Arianné.[2] The New York City concert venue Carnegie Hall serves as the film's setting for the plot and performances presented. A tribute to classical music and Carnegie Hall, the film features appearances by some of the prominent music figures of 20th century performing within the legendary concert hall. Based on a story by silent movie actress Seena Owen, Carnegie Hall follows the life of Irish immigrant Nora Ryan who arrives in America just as the grand concert hall is christened in 1891, and whose life is intertwined with the performers, conductors, aspiring artists and humble employees who call it home. The plot serves as a thread to connect the music performances.

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Carnegie Hall ast
Sinfonie eterne
Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
IMDB: 250
Verleih:United Artists
Regie:Edgar G. Ulmer
Kamera:William Miller
Darsteller:Marsha Hunt
William Prince
Frank McHugh
Martha O'Driscoll
Joseph Buloff
Cloris Leachman
Harry James
Bert Freed
Ezio Pinza
Wolfgang Zilzer
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