The Constant Nymph

The Constant Nymph

Movie: The Constant Nymph
Director: Edmund Goulding
Produced by: Warner Brothers
Released By: Warner Brothers
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Warner Bros.’ The Constant Nymph was the third filmization of Margaret Dean’s 1924 novel, the first two were filmed in Britain in 1928 and 1933 by producer Michael Balcon. The plot was substantially the same in all three versions: A self-centered European musician is idolized by a young Belgian girl with a serious heart condition. Though he is fond of the girl, the composer opts for a wealthy marriage to her socialite cousin–and lives to regret the move. Peter Lorre, taking a respite from villainous roles, is quite effective as a philosophical family friend. Composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s six-minute symphonic tone poem for Constant Nymph was given class-A treatment in a specially recorded RCA Victor orchestration in 1972.

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