WriterIvan Tors, Irma von Cube, Allen Vincent, Robert Ardrey Release dateOctober 9, 1947 (1947-10-09) Music directorRobert Alexander Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Franz Liszt CastKatharine Hepburn (Clara Wieck Schumann), Paul Henreid (Robert Schumann), Robert Walker (Johannes Brahms), Henry Daniell (Franz Liszt), Leo G. Carroll (Professor Wieck), Elsa Janssen (Bertha) Similar moviesThe Beat That My Heart Skipped, Four Minutes, Klavierstunde, Virtuosity, Blueprint, Harp Dreams
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Song of Love (1947) is a biopic starring Katharine Hepburn, Paul Henreid, Robert Walker, and Leo G. Carroll, directed by Clarence Brown and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Hepburn plays Clara Wieck, Henreid plays Robert Schumann, Walker plays Johannes Brahms, and Henry Daniell plays Franz Liszt. The screenplay was co-authored by Ivan Tors, Irma von Cube, Allen Vincent, and Robert Ardrey, based on a play by Bernard Schubert and Mario Silva.
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Fictionalized romance in the 19th century of musicians Clara Wieck Schumann (Katharine Hepburn), Robert Schumann (Paul Henreid) and Johannes Brahms (Robert Walker). Clara takes a break from her thriving career as a concert pianist to devote herself to her struggling composer husband Robert. Unable to cope with disappointment and failure, Robert eventually has a breakdown while conducting a performance. He later dies in an asylum, and Clara devotes the rest of her life to preserving his music and his memory.
Katharine Hepburn as Clara Wieck Schumann
Paul Henreid as Robert Schumann
Robert Walker as Johannes Brahms
Henry Daniell as Franz Liszt
Leo G. Carroll as Professor Wieck
Elsa Janssen as Bertha (as Else Janssen)
Gigi Perreau as Julie
'Tinker' Furlong as Felix
Ann Carter as Marie
Janine Perreau as Eugenie
Jimmy Hunt as Ludwig
Anthony Sydes as Ferdinand
Eilene Janssen as Elise
Roman Bohnen as Dr. Hoffman
Ludwig Stössel as Haslinger (as Ludwig Stossel)
The film earned $1,469,000 in the US and Canada and $1,268,000 elsewhere resulting in a loss of $1,091,000.
Variety listed the film as earned $3.1 million in US rentals.