Beverly Hills, CA: United Artists, 1947. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1947 film, showing noted conductor Leopold Stokowski using his renowned free-hand conducting style. With a printed mimeo snipe affixed to the verso.
In spite of his conservative mother's preference that he play in a reputable establishment, a skilled young pianist makes a living playing in a jazz orchestra. Filmed at Carnegie Hall, and featuring appearances by several noted musicians of the time, including Arthur Rubinstein, Lily Pons, Fritz Reiner, Bruno Walter, Jan Peerce, and Vaughn Monroe.
Set and shot in New York.
8 x 10 inches. Very Good, lightly toned, with light vertical creasing to the left edge.