Broken Strings is a 1940 American film directed by Bernard B. Ray and produced by L.C. Borden.
Concert violinist Arthur Williams (Clarence Muse) and his manager Earl Wells (Earle Morris) are involved in a car accident in which Arthur's fingers are paralyzed. Instead of playing at concerts he becomes a music teacher. He favors his student Dickie Morley's (Matthew "Stymie" Beard) classical musical preferences over his own son John's (William Washington), which tends towards modern swing.
|author||Bernard B. Ray Carl Krusada Clarence Muse David Arlen|
|director||Bernard B. Ray|
|keywords||all star car accident classical music concert violinist earle morris edward thompson id jess lee brooks matthew "stymie" beard music teacher paralyze pete webster string sybil lewis wash william washington|
|producer||Lewie C. Borden|