The Unfinished Dance (1947) Movie Details

The Unfinished Dance
English
Henry Koster
Herbert Stothart
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
(India)
1 hr 41 mins
6.5/10
Rating: 6.5/10 from 198 users

The Unfinished Dance Movie Cast

Margaret O'Brien
as 'Meg' Merlin
Cyd Charisse
as Mlle. Ariane Bouchet
Karin Booth
as La Darina
Danny Thomas
as Mr. Paneros
Esther Dale
as Olga
Thurston Hall
as Mr. Ronsell
Harry Hayden
as Murphy
Elinor Donahue
as Josie (as Mary Eleanor Donahue)
Connie Cornell
Connie Cornell as Phyllis
Ruth Brady
as Miss Merlin
Charles Bradstreet
Charles Bradstreet as Fred Carleton

The Unfinished Dance Crew List

Director :
Story : Paul Morand
Writer : Myles Connolly
Producer : Joe Pasternak
Original Music Composer :
Cinematography : Robert Surtees
Editor : Douglass Biggs
Art Direction : Daniel B. Cathcart , Cedric Gibbons
Set Decoration : Hugh Hunt
Director of Photography : Robert Surtees

The Unfinished Dance International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
19-09-1947
India
19-09-1947

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The Unfinished Dance is a 1947 drama film directed by Henry Koster. It is set in a ballet company, and is a remake of the 1937 French film La mort du cygne (also known by the title Ballerina). It won two awards at the 1948 Locarno International Film Festival.

The Unfinished Dance

The Unfinished Dance is a 1947 English Film stars Margaret O'Brien , Henry Koster , Paul Morand , Myles Connolly , Joe Pasternak , Herbert Stothart , Robert Surtees , Douglass Biggs , Daniel B. Cathcart , Cedric Gibbons , Hugh Hunt , Cyd Charisse , Karin Booth , Danny Thomas , Esther Dale , Thurston Hall , Harry Hayden , Elinor Donahue , Connie Cornell , Ruth Brady , Charles Bradstreet , Robert Surtees , directed by Henry Koster & music by Herbert Stothart.