Bette Davis and Joan Crawford by helitzur

Question 3

In Crawford's follow-up role to her career peak of Mildred Pierce, she played a wealthy patron of the arts who falls for a violin prodigy, played by John Garfield, in this 1946 drama. Feud includes an exchange where Davis dismisses Crawford's final scene in this film as too self-absorbed, although the movie garnered a high level of critical acclaim, including for Crawford's performance. Isaac Stern doubled for Garfield's violin-playing, and the film's title referenced an Antonin Dvorak composition, one of the numerous classical pieces Stern performed for the score.