The Strange Woman (1946)

 |  Drama, Film-Noir, Romance

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In 1820s New England beautiful but poor and manipulative Jenny Hager marries rich old man Isaiah Poster but also seduces his son and his company foreman.


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Did You Know?


Douglas Sirk directed, uncredited, the opening sequence with Jenny Hager as a child.


Jenny Hager: But... the rain. You know what happens to the roads in the rain.
John Evered: Yes, they get very muddy, but they don't change the direction.


No explanation is given as to how Hedy Lamarr's character, a young girl who grew up in Bangor, Maine, in the 1800s, acquired an Austrian accent.


Plot Summary


Drama | Film-Noir | Romance | Thriller

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