Cinema: The New Pictures: Jul. 22, 1940

My Love Came Back (Warner) is based on the supposition that if a group of down-at-lip jazzbabies suddenly began swinging such melodies as Liszt's Second Hungarian Rhapsody, a Chopin Nocturne, and Mendelssohn's violin Concerto in E Minor, their daring would astound and conquer the musical world. Such a feat bowls over Amelia Cornell (Olivia de Havilland), who has a violin scholarship in a conservatory and at first explains that she will hear no music that is not "classical." When Amelia in turn bowls over the conservatory's goatish old patron (Charles Winninger), his son, and the dignified young manager of...

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