Cinema: New Picture, May 26, 1941

A Woman's Face (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer). Year ago a handful of U.S. foreign filmaddicts saw limpid Ingrid Bergman play a horribly disfigured heroine in , Swedish production called A Woman's Face. Their joyous squeals got through to jawboned, saucer-eyed Joan Crawford, an actress who had played the G out of Glamor and was on the prowl for a seamy vehicle. Miss Crawford saw A Woman's Face, gulped, took the plunge.

Throughout the first half of the Crawford version of this film, her appearance ; calculated to arrest Big Ben. A great wen clings to the...

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