The New Pictures, May 13, 1946

A Stolen Life (Warner). "Man needs woman. Woman needs man. That's basic." This bit of twaddle is about the most intellectual statement in this sentimental restatement of Elizabeth Bergner's 1939 film of the same name.

Bette Davis plays identical twins. As the Good Twin she falls in love with a pipe-puffing engineer (Glenn Ford). As the Bad Twin she steals him, pipe & all, marries him, manages to be spectacularly unfaithful. But the Good Twin stays staunch and true despite the Neanderthal attentions of an alarming artist (Dane Clark).

Fortunately for the story, while...

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