The Man with Two Faces (1934)

The Man with Two Faces





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The Man with Two Faces is based on The Dark Tower, a stage comedy-mystery by Alexander Woollcott and George S. Kaufman. Edward G. Robinson is at his hammy best as flamboyant, temperamental, but withal endearing theatrical actor-manager Dawson Wells. Mary Astor co-stars as Damon's beloved actress sister Jessica, making a stage comeback after a disastrously unhappy marriage. Alas, Jessica's caddish husband Stanley Vance (Louis Calhern) soon returns, exerting a Svengali-like hold on the poor girl … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Mystery & Suspense, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Niven Busch, Tom Reed
In Theaters:
First National


as Damon Wells

as Jessica Wells

as Stanley Vance

as Ben Weston

as Daphne Martin

as Barry Jones

as Dr. Kendall

as Inspector Crane

as Detective William Cu...

as Martha Temple

as Patsy Dowling

as Morgue Keeper

as Debutante

as Mr. Jones

as Call Boy

as Doorman

as Rewrite Man

as Bell Boy

as Newsboy

as Lieutenant

as Detective

as Weeks

as Rewrite Man

as Editor
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