Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Little Melody from Vienna (Kleine Melodie aus Wien) focuses on the plight of war widow Maria Andergast. Having lost her home, the heroine is amenable to the suggestion that she rent two rooms in the home of professor Paul Hoerbiger. At first, the prof resents the intrusion of the widow into his well-ordered existence. Eventually, and right on cue, he weakens his resolve and falls in love with his pretty tenant. All of this is set to the lilting music of Robert Stolz, including such deathless compositions as "Three Brownies".
death, home, love, professor, war, widow/widower