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A Woman's Face(1941)

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Brief Synopsis

Plastic surgery gives a scarred female criminal a new outlook on life.

Cast & Crew

George Cukor Director
Joan Crawford Anna Holm [also known as Ingrid Paulson]
Melvyn Douglas Dr. Gustav Segert
Conrad Veidt Torsten Barring
Osa Massen Vera Segert
Reginald Owen Bernard Dalvik
Albert Bassermann Consul Magnus Barring
Marjorie Main Emma Kristiansdotter
Donald Meek Herman Rundvik
Connie Gilchrist Christina Dalvik
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: week of 15 May 1941
Release Date:  1941 Production Date:  EB, Blockbuster*
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):  105 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  9,528    
Duration(reels):  12    

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  • Bizarre, Unforgettable Film!

    Raymond Banacki 2018-03-25

    As Lars-Eric, little Richard Nichols is an amazing asset to the film. MORE>

  • Solid, Well Done,Watch It

    JimS 2018-03-23

    On the heavy side but very well done. Veidt and Douglas are 1st class, that is their normal. Crawford has given many top performances, this is another. In... MORE>

  • the face

    don letta 2017-04-01

    Bette Davis herself acknowledged that Crawford had a great face. Never has it been more celebrated than in this film.Like looking at a slightly off center... MORE>