The Red Shoes

(1948)

Overview

In this classic drama, Vicky Page is an aspiring ballerina torn between her dedication to dance and her desire to love. While her imperious instructor, Boris Lermontov, urges to her to forget anything but ballet, Vicky begins to fall for the charming young composer Julian Craster. Eventually Vicky, under great emotional stress, must choose to pursue either her art or her romance, a decision that carries serious consequences.

  1. Emeric Pressburger

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Michael Powell

    Director

  3. Hans Christian Andersen

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Moira Shearer

    Moira Shearer

    Victoria Page

  2. Adolf Wohlbrück

    Adolf Wohlbrück

    Boris Lermontov

  3. Marius Goring

    Marius Goring

    Julian Craster

  4. Léonide Massine

    Léonide Massine

    Ljubov

  5. Robert Helpmann

    Robert Helpmann

    Ivan Boleslawsky

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The Red Shoes
The Red Shoes

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Status Released

Release Information

  • September 6, 1948
    NR
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    No rating information.

Original Language English

Runtime 2h 13m

Budget $500,000.00

Revenue -

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