Bernard Chasan, Re: Dangerous Moonlight (film of the Warsaw Concerto):
>I still find myself welcoming it whenever it is played on the radio. It
>is indeed showy- and yet it has a feeling of menace and danger about it
>as well, appropriate to a WW2 movie. The title of the movie, either in
>England or the USA, was "Suicide Squadron", I seem to recall. Can anybody
>confirm or debunk that claim?
According to IMDB, you are correct. Also working on the music of the
film were Frederic Chopin, Franz Liszt, Richard Wagner, and Ludwig van
Beethoven, all uncredited. I hope they'll all be famous someday.