Saturday, April 17, 2010

A Woman's Face (1941) Recalled

One of a the reasons to remember Joan Crawford as a good actress is the topic of this week's posting on the Movie Morlocks blog this week, which begins here. Below is a slideshow of images from A Woman's Face (1941), directed by George Cukor with one of Joan Crawford's most human performances, supported by a superb Conrad Veidt as her tempter and liberator, and Melvyn Douglas as her Pygmalion. The film was not a success in its time, and within months, the actress left MGM where she had worked for the better part of two decades:

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