I'm looking for an English language film from ca. late 1930s--through the
1940s that uses Chopin's Etude Op.10,No.3 in the soundtrack. I believe it
ends with a scene of a young woman looking at a picture of some kind. It is
NOT any of these which I found by searching imdb.com:
--Carnegie Hall (1947)
--I've Always Loved You (1946)
... aka Concerto (1946) (UK)
--  Holiday in Mexico (1946) (from "Polonaise in A-flat Major") (uncredited)
--Levoton veri (1946)
--Picture of Dorian Gray, The (1945) (uncredited)

If you can help, please let me know at my private email address given below.
If anyone cannot help but knows the address of the listserve for film music
that would be appreciated too.
Lewis Porter
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