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Rated NR · 106 minutes · 1941

Crime drama
Anna Holm (Joan Crawford) is a terribly disfigured Swedish woman and small-time criminal in Stockholm. Her terrible luck and resulting emotional tumult has left her unable to sustain relationships and ultimately pushes her to a life of blackmailing schemes and ennui. A young doctor (Melvyn Douglas) gives her the opportunity to regain some semblance of beauty and, with it, a chance at love. Will she be able to come to terms with her past and embrace a second chance at happiness?
Director: George Cukor
Writer: Francis de Croisset, Donald Stewart and Elliot Paul
Producer: Victor Saville
Cast: Joan Crawford, Melvyn Douglas, Conrad Veidt, Reginald Owen, Albert Basserman, Marjorie Main, Donald Meek, Connie Gilchrist, Richard Nichols, Osa Massen, Charles Quigley, Henry Kolker, George Zucco, Henry Daniell, Robert Warwick, Gilbert Emery, Sarah Padden, William Farnum and Rex Evans

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