Humoresque (1946)

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A classical musician from the slums is sidetracked by his love for a wealthy, neurotic socialite.


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  • Joan Crawford and John Garfield in Humoresque (1946)
  • Joan Crawford and John Garfield in Humoresque (1946)
  • Joan Crawford and John Garfield in Humoresque (1946)
  • Humoresque (1946)
  • Humoresque (1946)

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Trivia

For the scene where Helen falls off the horse, Joan Crawford performed the stunt herself. Relieved that it had gone well, she nevertheless was forced to do the stunt again when it was decided that Paul (John Garfield)'s rushing over and laying on top of her was too racy. It ... ...


Quotes

Helen Wright: Me? There's nothing very strange about me. I was married twice before - once at sixteen, once at twenty-one. One was a crybaby and the other was a caveman. Between the two of them I said goodbye to girlhood.


Goofs

Don McGuire plays Teddy, the proprietor of Teddy's Bar, although his character is listed in the closing credits as Eddie.


Crazy Credits

The opening credits are presented on the turning pages of the sheet music for the composition "Humoresque".

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Drama | Music | Romance

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