I've Always Loved You
|I've Always Loved You|
|Directed by||Frank Borzage|
|Produced by||Frank Borzage|
|Screenplay by||Borden Chase|
|Based on||story Concerto by Borden Chase|
|Edited by||Richard L. Van Enger|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
I've Always Loved You is a 1946 American Technicolor drama film produced and directed by Frank Borzage and written by Borden Chase. The film stars Philip Dorn, Catherine McLeod, William Carter, Maria Ouspenskaya, Felix Bressart and Elizabeth Patterson. Rare for a film produced by Republic Pictures, I've Always Loved You is a high-budget prestige production with an A-list director in Borzage.
The film was based on Chase's story Concerto which in turn was based on the career of his first wife. It was originally called Concerto and was the most expensive film ever made by Republic Pictures..
- Philip Dorn as Leopold Goronoff
- Catherine McLeod as Myra Hassman
- Bill Carter as George Sampter
- Maria Ouspenskaya as Madame Goronoff
- Felix Bressart as Frederick Hassman
- Elizabeth Patterson as Mrs. Sompter
- Vanessa Brown as Georgette 'Porgy' Sampter at 17
- Lewis Howard as Michael Severin
- Adele Mara as Señorita Fortaleza
- Gloria Donovan as Porgy at 5
- Stephanie Bachelor as Redhead
- Cora Witherspoon as Edwina Blythe
- Fritz Feld as Nicholas Kavlun
A new restoration of I've Always Loved You by Paramount Pictures, The Film Foundation, and Martin Scorsese screened at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on February 10, 2018 as part of the museum's program of showcasing 30 restored films from the library of Republic Pictures curated by Scorsese.
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- "I've Always Loved You". American Film Institute. Retrieved 7 December 2015.
- "Martin Scorsese Presents Republic Rediscovered: New Restorations from Paramount Pictures" (PDF). MoMA Press. The Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
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- "Radio Debut". Harrisburg Telegraph. 2 November 1946. p. 19. Retrieved 28 September 2015 – via Newspapers.com.
- I've Always Loved You on IMDb
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- I've Always Loved You at Rotten Tomatoes
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