I'll look out for that. So you really enjoyed the "Alone" scene in "Night at the opera", right? Do you understand why a lot of people today don't like that kind of stuff anymore? To me, it seems like a lot of modern 21st century people just don't know how to feel any kind of sentiment, heart, and passion. And you need to appreciate and enjoy things with sentiment and passion to be able to enjoy romantic scenes like " Alone", or the ballet musical section of "Day at the races" that a lot of today people have also complained about.
I was just born 50 years too late. My taste in films and music are much more similar to 1930s and 1940s people than 21st century people.
You would be surprised how many savvy young people know that they have been cheated in life. There are worldwide swing music competitions with big band music and people dancing to it who were not even alive when the Beatles were on Ed Sullivan!
I'm sure they're around, they're just hard to find now.