Cinema: The New Pictures, Sep. 16, 1946

I've Always Loved You (Republic) is a pretentious soap opera—with Technicolor and music—made by a studio which normally earns its living making simple, workmanlike horse opera. It will delight Rachmaninoff admirers with repeated fine performances of the Piano Concerto No. 2. It will also please moviegoers who enjoy a good cry when an emotionally rattled heroine makes life miserable for herself and her family.

The distraught heroine (Catherine McLeod) is a musically talented Trilby, dominated by her teacher, great Pianist Philip Dorn. With his mother (Mme. Ouspenskaya) as chaperone, they tour the world, lounging...

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