Intermezzo

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Time Out says

The ultimate in coffee table weepies, with Howard's unhappily married violinist and Bergman's sympathetic piano teacher making sweet music together during a Riviera idyll, ended when paternal longings drag him reluctantly home and the child has a convenient accident to effect marital reconciliation. Making her radiant Hollywood debut in a part she had played in Sweden, Bergman almost makes you believe the tosh, but Howard (dubbed on violin by Jascha Heifetz) comes on like a smarmy elocution teacher, enunciating atrocious dialogue full of arch emptinesses.
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Release details

UK release:

1939

Duration:

69 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Gregory Ratoff

Cast:

Cecil Kellaway, Edna Best, Ingrid Bergman, Leslie Howard, John Halliday

Art Director:

Lyle R Wheeler

Editor:

Francis D Lyon, Hal C Kern

Cinematography:

Gregg Toland

Screenwriter:

George O'Neil

Producer:

David O Selznick

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