A Woman's Face

A Woman's Face (1941)

HOW COULD THIS WOMAN WIN A MAN'S LOVE...HIS KISSES...HIS EMBRACES...?

  • Genre: Drama, Thriller
  • Release Date: 1941-05-09
  • User Rating: 7/10 from 60 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 46min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • Director: George Cukor
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Summary

A female blackmailer with a disfiguring facial scar meets a plastic surgeon who offers her the possibility of looking like a normal woman.

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  • Joan Crawford

    as Anna Holm
  • Melvyn Douglas

    as Dr. Gustaf Segert
  • Conrad Veidt

    as Torsten Barring
  • Osa Massen

    as Vera Segert
  • Reginald Owen

    as Bernard Dalvik
  • Albert Bassermann

    as Consul Magnus Barring
  • Marjorie Main

    as Emma Kristiansdotter
  • Donald Meek

    as Herman Rundvik
  • Connie Gilchrist

    as Christina Dalvik
  • Richard Nichols

    as Lars-Erik Barring
  • Charles Quigley

    as Eric
  • Gwili Andre

    as Gusta
  • Clifford Brooke

    as Wickman
  • George Zucco

    as Defense Attorney
  • Henry Kolker

    as Judge
  • Robert Warwick

    as Associate Judge
  • Gilbert Emery

    as Associate Judge
  • Henry Daniell

    as Public Prosecutor
  • Sarah Padden

    as Police Matron
  • William Farnum

    as Court Attendant
  • Doris Day

    as Party Guest (uncredited)
Camera Robert H. Planck Director of Photography
Production Victor Saville Producer
Sound Bronislau Kaper Original Music Composer
Directing George Cukor Director
Writing Francis de Croisset Theatre Play
Writing Donald Ogden Stewart Screenplay
Editing Frank Sullivan Editor
Art Cedric Gibbons Art Direction
Directing Marvin Stuart Assistant Director
Sound Douglas Shearer Sound
Costume & Make-Up Adrian Costume Design
Directing Edward Woehler Assistant Director
Art Edwin B. Willis Set Decoration
Writing Elliot Paul Screenplay

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