Two-Faced Woman

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  • Genre(s): Comedy Romance
  • Release year: 1941
  • Running time: 90 min
Larry Blake (Melvyn Douglas) is growing a bit blasé about his outdoorsy bride Karin (Greta Garbo). So Karin masquerades as her temptress twin, suggestively purring “I’m partial to the indoor life” in a bid to pique her husband’s romantic attention—and... read more

Larry Blake (Melvyn Douglas) is growing a bit blasé about his outdoorsy bride Karin (Greta Garbo). So Karin masquerades as her temptress twin, suggestively purring “I’m partial to the indoor life” in a bid to pique her husband’s romantic attention—and the sophisticated fun begins! Viewers willing to suspend their disbelief (who could weary of Garbo?) are in for a double dose of the divine in the great star’s final film, a romantic comedy that reunites her with her Ninotchka leading man Douglas and Camille director George Cukor. Exquisitely gowned, Garbo is obviously having a ball as the faux femme fatale, especially in a sexy south-of-the-border dance sequence that’s a lot more Latin Bombshell than Swedish Sphinx.

Original Release

12/31/1941

US Release

12/31/1941

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Cast

Robert Alton Cecil
William Bailey Nightclub Patron
George Calliga Hotel Clerk
André Cheron Headwaiter
George Cleveland Undetermined Secondary Role
Jules Cowles Dance Watcher
Mark Daniels Bellboy
Cliff Danielson Ski Lodge Clerk
Ken Darby Member - The King's Men
Daniel Estrada Minor Role
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

George Cukor

Writers

S.N. Behrman, Ludwig Fulda, George Oppenheimer, Salka Viertel

Cast

Robert Alton Cecil
William Bailey Nightclub Patron
George Calliga Hotel Clerk
André Cheron Headwaiter
George Cleveland Undetermined Secondary Role
Jules Cowles Dance Watcher
Mark Daniels Bellboy
Cliff Danielson Ski Lodge Clerk
Ken Darby Member - The King's Men
Daniel Estrada Minor Role
Michaele Fallon Debutante in Ladies' Room
Arno Frey Waiter
Nacho Galindo Musician
Roy Gordon Man Standing at Lodge Counter
Sam Harris Nightclub Patron
Vinton Hayworth Guide
Tom Herbert Rhumba Dancer
Olin Howland Frank
G.P. Huntley Mr. Wilson
The King's Men Nightclub Trio

Producers

Editors

George Boemler

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