Prelude to Fame

Prelude to Fame

Prelude to Fame

7/10 NR

Prelude To Fame Synopsis

Prelude to Fame is a 1950 British drama film directed by Fergus McDonell from a story by Aldous Huxley. While vacationing in Italy, Nick Morell (Robin Dowell), son of John Morell (Guy Rolfe), a famous English philosopher and amateur musician and his wife Catherine (Kathleen Ryan), becomes friendly with young Guido (Jeremy Spenser), and Morell discovers the boy has an extraordinary instinct for orchestration and a phenomenal music memory. A neighboring couple, Signor and Signora Boudini (Henry Oscar and Kathleen Byron) become aware of the boy's talents, and she appeals to his parents to let her educate him musically. Torn by their love for their son and, they feel,the duty to let the world hear his talent, they consent.

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Prelude To Fame Casts

Jeremy Spenser
Jeremy Spenser

Guido Ferugia

Guy Rolfe
Guy Rolfe

John Morell

Kathleen Ryan
Kathleen Ryan

Catherine Morell

Kathleen Byron
Kathleen Byron

Anne Bondini

Henry Oscar
Henry Oscar

Mario Bondini

Rosalie Crutchley
Rosalie Crutchley

Carlotta Ferugia