The Glass Mountain Trailer

The Glass Mountain Trailer (1950)

01 May 1950 Drama 88 mins

An aspiring composer, in the British Air Force for WWII, is downed in Italy and rescued by an Italian girl. He returns home to his wife, inspired to write an opera and aware that he's fallen in love with his rescuer.

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Cast

Michael Denison

as Richard Wilder

Dulcie Gray

as Anne Wilder

Valentina Cortese

as Alida Morrosini

Sebastian Shaw

as Bruce McLeod

Tito Gobbi

as Tito Gobbi

Elena Rizzieri

as Elena Rizzieri

F. Terschack

as Sandro, the doctor

Antonio Centa

as Gino, Alida's boyfriend

Arnold Marlé

as Manager of Teatro La Fenice

Sidney King

as Charles, the pilot

Crew

Henry Cass

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 01 May 1950

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