The Constant Nymph [DVD] [1943]

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Synopsis

The Constant Nymph
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 (Charles Boyer) is idolized by a young Belgian girl (Joan Fontaine) with a serious heart condition. Though he is fond of the girl, the composer opts for a wealthy marriage to her socialite cousin (Alexis Smith)--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. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Charles Boyer
    Charles Boyer - Lewis Dodd
  • Joan Fontaine
    Joan Fontaine - Tessa Sanger
  • Alexis Smith
    Alexis Smith - Florence Creighton
  • Charles Coburn
    Charles Coburn - Charles Churchill
  • Brenda Marshall
    Brenda Marshall - Toni Sanger
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