"Two-Faced Woman" (1941) is far from being her best vehicle; she vowed it would be her last.
One musical number shot for the film, but dropped from the final release, was a seductive dance routine featuring Charisse performing "Two-Faced Woman".
Two-faced Woman (1991)
Two-faced Woman (1995)
Two-Faced Woman was her last film; she was thirty-six and had made twenty-eight feature films in sixteen years.
Although Garbo was humiliated by the negative reviews of Two-Faced Woman, she did not at first intend to retire.
Garbo, who left the world of film in 1941 at the age of 36 after the weak "Two-Faced Woman," knew when to quit.
Two-Faced Woman (1941) is a romantic comedy starring Greta Garbo and produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
He also directed another of his favorite actresses, Greta Garbo, in Two-Faced Woman (1941), her last film before she retired from the screen.
In 1941 he produced Two-Faced Woman starring Greta Garbo in her final film role.