The Strange Woman – Full Movie – GREAT QUALITY (1946)

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The Strange Woman is a 1946 American drama film noir thriller film directed by Edgar G. Ulmer starring Hedy Lamarr, George Sanders and Louis Hayward.

Isaiah (Gene Lockhart), a 19th-century businessman, has his eye on the beautiful and very young Jenny (Hedy Lamarr). Finally of age, she accepts his marriage proposal, but their love affair quickly turns sour. Ephraim (Louis Hayward), Isaiah’s college-age son, comes for a visit, immediately striking up a chemistry with Jenny. She promises marriage — if he murders his father first. But Jenny also swoons for John (George Sanders), the fiancé of her best friend, Meg (Hillary Brooke).

Hedy Lamarr as Jenny Hager
George Sanders as John Evered
Louis Hayward as Ephraim Poster
Gene Lockhart as Isaiah Poster
Hillary Brooke as Meg Saladine
Rhys Williams as Deacon Adams
June Storey as Lena Tempest
Moroni Olsen as Rev. Thatcher
Olive Blakeney as Mrs. Hollis
Kathleen Lockhart as Mrs. Partridge
Alan Napier as Judge Henry Saladine
Dennis Hoey as Tim Hager

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27 Replies to “The Strange Woman – Full Movie – GREAT QUALITY (1946)”

  1. I'm looking for a film I saw as a kid it was taken place in the 40s a girl was on a train she was pretending she was young to get a cheap ticket she got busted smoking and folded it into her mouth.

  2. Interesting film, as well as entertaining………I like your information which is more complete than most…….Thanks for the posting

  3. She was a very desirable, yet devious woman and could make most men (women too) hop and skip when she wanted. I thought she was convincing enough.

  4. was hard to get through she did such a good job! goes to show you there is no evil just the ones trying to get love in warped ways. as wallace d wattles says, "…its just the undeveloped we label as bad or evil..' total paraphrasing by me!

  5. Όμορφη ταινία.Είναι εντυπωσιακό,πόσο έχει οπισθοχωρήσει ,η ποιότητα τού Αμερικανικού κινηματογράφου από τότε.
    Ευχαριστώ πολύ

  6. I liked this movie. Hedy Lamar was really demented in this film. What was really funny is when that evangelist came to town and went to the church and called out the "Strange Woman". Hedy "knew" he had to be talking to her. I also enjoyed when the pastor starting calling out all the stingy rich people, by name, and how they never donated any money to the church. I liked that the best. Ginny (the strange one) was the first one to donate some of her rich old husband's money. I also like Hedy in "Algiers" with Charles Bouvier.

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