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According to news items in Hollywood Reporter, Anita Louise was tested for the role of "Vera," and snow scenes were shot on location in Sun Valley, ID. Charles Quigley was borrowed RKO for the film. A Hollywood Citizen-News article noted that A Woman's Face was part of a recent "avalanche of flashback movies" and had a "European" appearance to it. Francis de Croisset's play was previously filmed in Sweden in 1938 under the title En kvinnas ansikte. Ingrid Bergman starred in that version, which was directed by Gustaf Molander.