The Strange Woman

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The Strange Woman is a 1946 film about a beautiful but poor and manipulative woman in 1820s New England who marries a rich old man, but also seduces his son and his company foreman.

Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. Written by Hunt Stromberg, based on the 1941 novel by Ben Ames Williams.
There are TWO Jenny Hagers... Innocent... Evil!  (taglines)

Jenny Hager[edit]

  • I wanted so many things. I wanted the whole world, but... it was really only you!

Dialogue[edit]

Lena Tempest: Honey, listen, with your looks you don't have to worry. You can get the youngest and best-looking man on the pier.
Jenny Hager: I don't want the youngest. I want the richest.

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.

Jenny Hager: Your mother must be a wonderful woman. I hope that someday you'll say that I'm just like her.
John Evered: That won't be easy. Mother had nine boys.

Jenny Hager: Why does everything frighten you? You're going to make me very angry. And if I get angry and go on wanting you, I might tell him what happened between us.
Ephraim Poster: Nothing's happened between us.
Jenny Hager: No, but which of us will he believe?

Taglines[edit]

  • There are TWO Jenny Hagers... Innocent... Evil!
  • So shocking she could only be spoken about in whispers!
  • "There was something in Jenny Hager that many men sensed...and it set men burning..."

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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