By Gaston Leroux, Jann Matlock, Mireille Ribiere
Rumours ghost stalks the darkish passages and cellars of the Paris Opera condominium, wreaking havoc, have lengthy been rife between employees and performers. This Phantom additionally haunts the mind's eye of the gorgeous and gifted singer Christine Daa?, showing to her because the 'Angel of Music' - a disembodied voice, training her to sing as she by no means may ahead of. while Christine is courted through a good-looking younger Viscount, the mysterious spectre, who is living within the murky depths of the development, is ate up through jealousy and seeks revenge.
With its pervading surroundings of threat, tinged with darkish humour, The Phantom of the Opera (1910) bargains a different mixture of Gothic horror and tragic romance that has encouraged movie, level and literature given that its publication.
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