The Magic Bow

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Nicolo Paganini was a violin virtuoso of the highest order. His performances inspired composers like Franz Liszt and Sergei Rachmaninoff to write some of their most popular pieces. In his day, Paganini was a refined gentleman loved by common folk and noble people alike. This is especially true for the women of his day who sense in him greatness, and the mark of a fine man. Every relationship Paganini started resulted in a dramatic social confusion almost as legendary as his performances on-stage with his violin, and quicksilver musical talent.

| 1946 | 1 hr 46 min | 6.0/10
Stewart Granger, Phyllis Calvert, Jean Kent, Dennis Price
Bernard Knowles
Produced By
R. J. Minney
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