Walter Cronkite and girlfriend Joanna Simon attend the New York Metropolitan Opera open, and he raves about the joy Joanna has brought into his life.
Also on the Minute, labor troubles at the Metropolitan Opera and the rescue of a 1-year-old sailor. By: Natalia V. Osipova
Marsha Hunt is a maid on the staff, mother of an aspiring pianist (William Prince), their chat leading to another performance, by mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens, star of the Metropolitan Opera, with a selection from her celebrated interpretation of Bizet's 'Carmen,' in Carnegie Hall, 1947.
MGM's version of the meeting of the title character Enrico (Mario Lanza) and his future wife Dorothy Park Benjamin (Ann Blyth) in New York, the date unclear, when he comes to apologize to another Metropolitan Opera singer (Dorothy Kirsten), in The Great Caruso, 1951.
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