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The Man with Two Faces (4-Aug-1934)

Director: Archie Mayo

Writers: Tom Reed; Niven Busch

From a play: The Dark Tower by George S. Kaufman and Alexander Woollcott

Keywords: Mystery

Actress Jessica Wells plans her comeback after a three-year absence from the theater, but her husband Vance, missing and presumed dead, shows up and immediately she is under his trance-like spell; Vance wants the profits from her return to acting. Jessica's brother Damon, also an actor, formulates an outrageous plan to put an end to Vance's "Svengali" control once and for all.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mary Astor
Actor
3-May-1906 25-Sep-1987 The Maltese Falcon
Louis Calhern
Actor
19-Feb-1895 12-May-1956 Duck Soup
Mae Clarke
Actor
16-Aug-1910 29-Apr-1992 Waterloo Bridge
Ricardo Cortez
Actor
19-Sep-1899 28-Apr-1977 The Torrent
David Landau
Actor
9-Mar-1879 20-Sep-1935 Judge Priest
Henry O'Neill
Actor
10-Aug-1891 18-May-1961 Anchors Aweigh
Edward G. Robinson
Actor
12-Dec-1893 26-Jan-1973 Key Largo

CAST

Edward G. Robinson   ...   Damon Wells
Mary Astor   ...   Jessica
Ricardo Cortez   ...   Weston
Mae Clarke   ...   Daphne
Louis Calhern   ...   Stanley Vance
Arthur Byron   ...   Dr. Kendall
John Eldredge   ...   Barry
David Landau   ...   Curtis
Emily Fitzroy   ...   Hattie
And
Henry O'Neill   ...   Insp. Crane
Anton Stengel   ...   Stage Manager
Arthur Aylesworth   ...   Morgue Keeper
Margaret Dale   ...   Aunt Martha
Virginia Sale   ...   Peabody

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