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Two-Faced Woman

Two-Faced Woman(1941)

Also Known As: The Twins |

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Brief Synopsis

A woman pretends to be her own twin to win back her straying husband.

Cast & Crew

George Cukor Director
Greta Garbo Karin [Borg Blake, also known as Katherine Borg]
Melvyn Douglas Larry Blake
Constance Bennett Griselda Vaughn
Roland Young O. O. Miller
Robert Sterling Dick Williams
Ruth Gordon Miss Ellis
Frances Carson Miss Dunbar
Bob Alton Cecil, Katherine's dancing partner
Olin Howland Frank, inn manager
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1941 Production Date:  AFI
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Loew's Inc.
Sound:  Mono (Western Electric Sound System) Production Co:  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp.
Duration(mins):  94 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  8,116    
Duration(reels):  10    

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  • Two Faced Woman-Garbo's Last Film

    Bruce Reber 2012-12-12

    "Two Faced Woman" (MGM 1941) was screen legend Greta Garbo's final film, a mixed bag of romance and both sophisticated and screwball comedy.... MORE>

  • I want to be alone with Greta.

    noodles 2012-11-28

    Garbo is woefully miscast in this "sophisticated screwball comedy". The script should have been rewritten to showcase her area of expertise, a... MORE>

  • Garbo as Lucy Ricardo

    Jarrod McDonald 2012-09-18

    The premise would've worked better for someone like Lucille Ball. As screwball comedies go, this one is especially absurd, though humorous in spots--... MORE>