Marcia (Jeanette MacDonald), young and beautiful, is an opera singer, the toast of Napoleon III's Paris. Paul (Nelson Eddy) is an American voice student, homesick and penniless. They meet and fall in love. Unfortunately, she has just accepted Nazaroff's proposal of marriage.
An opera star and a penniless singer fall in love in Paris, but her egocentric voice teacher's jealousy threatens their happiness. Academy Award Nominations: Best Sound Recording, Best Score.
Bob Wright and Chet Forrest wrote the libretto for the original Russian opera and additional lyrics. Gilles Guilbert wrote the French adaptation.
William Von Wymetal was in charge of the opera sequences.
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