Articles about: “Two-Faced Woman”

Directed by George Cukor, produced by Gottfried Reinhardt, and written by Salka ViertelS.N. Behrman and George Oppenheimer. Starring Greta Garbo, Melvyn Douglas, Constance Bennett and Ruth Gordon. MGM, 1941.

In Production: 06/13/41—08/22/41
Reshoots: Late September 1941
Released: 12/04/41
Pulled: 12/06/41
Reshoots: Mid-December 1941
: 12/31/41

Cost: $1,247,000
Domestic Earnings: $875,000
Foreign Earnings: $925,000
Total Earnings: $1,800,000
Total Profit: -$62,000

Buy it on: DVD

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