Greta Garbo’s final film Two-Faced Woman was released at the end of 1941 to dismal reviews and lost money for MGM. She decided to take a break from acting and planned to return to the screen eventually, but never did.
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George Cukor’s latest misfire for MGM finds Norma Shearer in a love triangle between Robert Taylor and George Sanders.
Greta Garbo has followed up her hit 1939 "Ninotchka" with an embarrassingly lesser comedy from director George Cukor and MGM.
After MGM pulled it from theaters earlier this month, "Two-Faced Woman" is returning tomorrow, and we've got the scoop on the behind the scenes drama.