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The Great Awakening (film)

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The Great Awakening
Spanish theatrical poster
Directed byReinhold Schünzel
Written by
Produced by
Edited byJames Smith
Gloria Pictures
Distributed byUnited Artists
Release date
  • September 10, 1941 (1941-09-10)
Running time
90 minutes
CountryUnited States

The Great Awakening is a 1941 American historical musical drama film starring Alan Curtis, Ilona Massey, and Billy Gilbert. Directed by Reinhold Schünzel, the film was produced by Gloria Pictures Corporation, and released by United Artists. Miklós Rózsa was responsible for the musical direction, though he later expunged the title from his filmography, because he considered it a travesty of the great composer's life story.

The film is a biopic covering part of the life of Austrian composer Franz Schubert flees from Vienna. It is sometimes known by the alternative titles New Wine (original title), One Romantic Night (USA reissue title) or Schubert, the Melody Master, was the last directed by Schünzel who was an exile from Nazi Germany.[2]

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Austrian composer Franz Schubert flees from Vienna to avoid conscription, ending up in Hungary where he falls in love.[3]



  1. ^ "UA Meeting". Variety. November 20, 1940. p. 20.
  2. ^ Bock & Bergfelder, p. 433.
  3. ^ Langman, p. 82.


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