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Two-Faced Woman (Nov-1941)

Director: George Cukor

Writers: S. N. Behrman; Salka Viertel; George Oppenheimer

From a play by: Ludwig Fulda

Musical Score: Bronislau Kaper

Producer: Gottfried Reinhardt

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

In a whirlwind, ski instructor Karin Borg marries one of her pupils, Larry Blake, but does not accompany him back to his home in New York City. She finally does visit, catching her husband philandering with Griselda, a former girlfriend; Karin invents a twin sister Katherine as a white lie, but this grows a bit out of control. Now Katherine and Karin and Griselda compete for the affection of Larry. A miscast Greta Garbo gives a decent enough performance in her final film, but this vehicle is unworthy of her.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Constance Bennett
Actor
22-Oct-1904 24-Jul-1965 The Affairs of Cellini
Melvyn Douglas
Actor
5-Apr-1901 4-Aug-1981 Being There
Greta Garbo
Actor
18-Sep-1905 15-Apr-1990 Vanted to be alone
Ruth Gordon
Actor
30-Oct-1896 28-Aug-1985 Rosemary's Baby
Robert Sterling
Actor
13-Nov-1917 30-May-2006 George Kerby on Topper
Roland Young
Actor
11-Nov-1887 5-Jun-1953 Cosmo Topper

CAST

Greta Garbo   ...   Karin
Melvyn Douglas   ...   Larry Blake
with
Constance Bennett   ...   Griselda Vaughn
Roland Young   ...   O. O. Miller
Robert Sterling   ...   Dick Williams
Ruth Gordon   ...   Miss Ellis
Frances Carson   ...   Miss Dunbar

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