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Two-Faced Woman (1941) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by George Cukor and produced by Gottfried Reinhardt.

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Two-Faced Woman (1941, George Cukor)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 20, 2017 From The Stop Button

Two-Faced Woman is the story of a successful New York magazine editor, played by Melvyn Douglas, who marries his ski instructor (Greta Garbo) while on vacation. It?s a whirlwind courtship, with one condition of the marriage (for Garbo) being Douglas is giving up New York. Turns out he?s not and off ... Read full article

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Finnish censorship certificate # 024886.
"It is almost almost as shocking," Time magazine's review said of this film, "as seeing your mother drunk."
The movie was originally condemned by the National Legion of Decency for its immoral attitude towards marriage, and impudent suggestive scenes, dialogue and situations, and costumes. After the original print was revised, it was removed from the condemned list.
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