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

In 2013 on Piers Morgan Tonight (2011), to promote his autobiography, Robert Blake related that when he was playing John Garfield as a boy in this film, there was a scene he could not get right. Garfield cleared the set and directed Blake himself. After the scene was finished, Garfield told the ... ...


Quotes

Sid Jeffers: I hate cold showers. They stimulate me. Then I don't know what to do.


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

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Genres

Drama | Music | Romance

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