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A Stolen Life (1946) was a Drama Film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and produced by Bette Davis and Jack L. Warner.

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Classic Films in Focus: A STOLEN LIFE (1946)

By Jennifer Garlen on Nov 19, 2014 From Virtual Virago

Bette Davis stars as a pair of identical twins, one good and one bad, in A Stolen Life (1946), but the title grossly oversimplifies the circumstances that lead one twin to usurp the identity of the other. What we get is really a romantic drama, not a mystery or a thriller, but it's a very compelling... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: A STOLEN LIFE (1946)

By Jennifer Garlen on Nov 19, 2014 From Virtual Virago

Bette Davis stars as a pair of identical twins, one good and one bad, in A Stolen Life (1946), but the title grossly oversimplifies the circumstances that lead one twin to usurp the identity of the other. What we get is really a romantic drama, not a mystery or a thriller, but it's a very compelling... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: A STOLEN LIFE (1946)

By Jennifer Garlen on Nov 19, 2014 From Virtual Virago

Bette Davis stars as a pair of identical twins, one good and one bad, in A Stolen Life (1946), but the title grossly oversimplifies the circumstances that lead one twin to usurp the identity of the other. What we get is really a romantic drama, not a mystery or a thriller, but it's a very compelling... Read full article


A Stolen Life (1946).

By Dawn on Jan 5, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks

A Stolen Life(1946). Drama, starring Bette Davis, who also produced, and directed by Curtis Bernhardt. The supporting cast: Glenn Ford, Dane Clark, Walter Brennan, Charles Ruggles and Bruce Bennett. The movie is a remake of a 1939 British film Stolen Life starring Elisabeth Bergner and Michael Redgr... Read full article


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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onAugust 25, 1947 with Bette Davis and Glenn Ford reprising their film roles.
Because of her constant insistence for better productions to work on, and an overall better atmosphere on set, Jack L. Warner asked Bette Davis to produce the film. It would be the first and only time she would be able to do this. Reportedly, she was so overworked and also intrigued by this job that she started a relationship with the director of this film to iron out her mind.
The last film Bette Davis made at Warner Brothers (during her contract from 1932-1949) to make a profit upon release.
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