The Emperor Waltz (1948)
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This love story is about an American phonograph salesman and a bankrupt Austrian countess.
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Critic Reviews for The Emperor Waltz
Multiple functions of Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder on Waltz have given film an infectious quality that surmounts the gorgeously apt trappings against which is projected the fable of an American travelling phonograph salesman.
Brackett and Wilder have made up with casualness and charm -- and with a great deal of clever sight-humor -- for the meagerness of the idea.
Not one of Billy Wilder's strong films, this bizarre period musical teams the director with crooner Bing Crosby, who's pleasant enough and some of the tunes are medlodic.
Definitely colorful, but otherwise mediocre Bing Crosby musical with few memorable tunes.
This is a charming musical from Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett, two of the best screenwriters ever.
There are so few bad Wilder films that one this awful and irredeemable is heart-breaking.
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