A Stolen Life (1946)
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Critic Reviews for A Stolen Life
This unbelievable but enjoyable drama with a New England setting, is Bette Davis's first and last film as a producer.
Audience Reviews for A Stolen Life
Bette Davis does it again playing herself and two distinct twin characters. A good story from her prime Warner Bros. years. The only picture Bette Davis ever produced
davis at the peak of her career she even produces this her first and only production credit but its listed as as a "B.D. Production"
NOT ONE OF BETTE DAVIS' BEST, BUT IT IS STILL CERTAINLY A GOOD ONE. SHE DOES A FINE JOB AS IDENTICAL TWINS WITH VERY DIFFERENT PERSONALITIES. WALTER BRENNAN GIVES EXCELLENT SUPPORT. GLENN FORD IS ADEQUATE. ENTERTAINING.
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