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A Stolen Life

Curtis Bernhardt parlayed the postwar fad for Freudian psychology into a number of lurid, generally ludicrous melodramas for Warner Brothers. Most of them (Possessed, Conflict, Devotion) are about incest, though the issues become weirdly distorted and abstract under the censorship of the time. This 1946 feature has Bette Davis as twins—one good, one bad—befuddling poor Glenn Ford (since Davis also produced, perhaps the real subject is narcissism). With Dane Clark, Walter Brennan, and Charles Ruggles.


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