Overview

Isaiah, a 19th-century businessman, has his eye on the beautiful and very young Jenny. Finally of age, she accepts his marriage proposal, but their love affair quickly turns sour. Ephraim, 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, the fiancé of her best friend, Meg.

  1. Edgar G. Ulmer

    Director, Writer

  2. Ben Ames Williams

    Novel

  3. Herb Meadow

    Screenplay

  4. Hunt Stromberg

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Hedy Lamarr

    Hedy Lamarr

    Jenny Hager

  2. George Sanders

    George Sanders

    John Evered

  3. Louis Hayward

    Louis Hayward

    Ephraim Poster

  4. Gene Lockhart

    Gene Lockhart

    Isaiah Poster

  5. Hillary Brooke

    Hillary Brooke

    Meg Saladine

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The Strange Woman
The Strange Woman

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Status Released

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  • October 25, 1946
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 40m

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