Intermezzo

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  • Genre(s): Drama Romance
  • Release year: 1939
  • Running time: 70 min
Intermezzo (also called Intermezzo: A Love Story) (1939) is a romantic film made in the USA by Selznick International Pictures and nominated for two Academy Awards. It was directed by Gregory Ratoff and produced by David O. Selznick. read more

Intermezzo (also called Intermezzo: A Love Story) (1939) is a romantic film made in the USA by Selznick International Pictures and nominated for two Academy Awards. It was directed by Gregory Ratoff and produced by David O. Selznick. It is a remake of the Swedish film Intermezzo (1936) and features multiple orchestrations of the Heinz Provost's piece of the same name, which won a contest associated with the original film's production. The screenplay by George O'Neil was based on the screenplay of the original film by Gösta Stevens and Gustaf Molander. The scoring by Lou Forbes was nominated for an Academy Award, and music credit was given to Robert Russell Bennett, Max Steiner, Heinz Provost, and Christian Sinding. The cinematography by Gregg Toland who replaced Harry Stradling was also nominated for an Academy Award. It stars Leslie Howard as a (married) virtuoso violinist who falls in love with his accompanist, played by Ingrid Bergman in her Hollywood debut.

Original Release

10/06/1939

US Release

10/06/1939

Cast

Leslie Howard Holger Brandt
Ingrid Bergman Anita Hoffman
Edna Best Margit Brandt
John Halliday Thomas Stenborg
Cecil Kellaway Charles
Enid Bennett Greta
Ann Todd Ann Marie (as Ann Todd)
Douglas Scott Eric
Eleanor Wesselhoeft Emma
Maria Flynn Marianne (as Marie Flynn)
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Gregory Ratoff

Writers

George O'Neil, Gösta Stevens, Gustaf Molander

Cast

Leslie Howard Holger Brandt
Ingrid Bergman Anita Hoffman
Edna Best Margit Brandt
John Halliday Thomas Stenborg
Cecil Kellaway Charles
Enid Bennett Greta
Ann Todd Ann Marie (as Ann Todd)
Douglas Scott Eric
Eleanor Wesselhoeft Emma
Maria Flynn Marianne (as Marie Flynn)
Billy Connelly (uncredited)
Richard Court (uncredited)
Marvin Davis (uncredited)
Dee Dodd (uncredited)
Robert Ferrero (uncredited)
Billy Finnegan (uncredited)
Holmes Herbert The Doctor (uncredited)
Doris Lloyd Schoolteacher at Accident Scene (uncredited)
Dickie Meyers (uncredited)
Michael Miller (uncredited)

Producers

Editors

Francis D. Lyon

1940OscarBest Cinematography, Black-and-White Nominated
1940OscarBest Music, Scoring Nominated
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