Passed | | Drama, Romance
A courtesan and an idealistic young man fall in love, only for her to give up the relationship at his status-conscious father's request.
The original play opened in Paris in 1852. The first Broadway production opened on 9 December 1853. There have been 15 Broadway revivals of the popular play, the last (to date) in 1935.
If chance could be bought with *gold* - like a woman - you might be the winner, my dear Count!
On 14 February 2002, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) broadcast the television premiere of the film with a new score by Peter Vantine, and a running time of 70 minutes. Vantine won the privilege of providing the score from a nationwide contest conducted by TCM, in which there were 375 entries. This version can be seen as a special feature on the Warner Bros. Home Video DVD for Camille (1936), released in 2005.