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The girl is able to sing lead one night but the soprano doesn't want her show stolen so she comes back.
The ghost demands they keep giving his protégé lead roles.
See more » Angel of Music Written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart, and Richard Stilgoe Performed by Emmy Rossum, Jennifer Ellison, and Gerard Butler Produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Nigel Wright, Joel Schumacher, Simon Lee, and Guy de Villiers See more » This is what I found myself saying when the end credits started rolling. I have read the Book so may times I can not count it(LEaroux AND Kay's books). All I'm going to say is go INTO it with an OPEN MIND. I am NOT a fan of Minnie Driver by any means, but I have to say I liked her in this movie, she was even funny in it.
Some of the scenes are different from the Stage play.
Begins when an opera ghost terrorizes the cast and crew of the French Opera House while tutoring a chorus girl.
He finally drives the lead soprano crazy so she and her friend leave.
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