One Night of Love (1934)
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In this film, Grace Moore opens the film by losing a radio talent contest in New York. She disconsolately heads to Europe, where the best job she can come up with is singing in a restaurant. Here she is discovered by brilliant voice-teacher Tulio Carminatti, who carefully nurtures Moore.
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Critic Reviews for One Night of Love
One Night of Love is basically an operatic film. It's the fact that the film is human, down to earth, that helps most.
An enjoyable light diversion, one worthy of the charm and talent of its stellar performer.
It's all rather cliche-ridden, but the film was a box office hit and began a brief period of Hollywood stardom for operatic diva Moore.
Worth watching as a sampler of the kind of musical that prevailed for a short time, the Hollywood operetta, featuring former Metropolitan Opera diva Grace Moore singing arias from Carmen and Madame Butterfly alongside more popular tunes by Kahn and others
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