A Woman Alone (film)

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For the Alfred Hitchcock film sometimes known by this name, see Sabotage (1936 film).
A Woman Alone
AWomanAlone1936Poster.jpg
Swedish film poster
Directed by Eugene Frenke
Produced by Robert Garrett
Otto Klement
Written by Warren Chetham Strode
Léo Lania
Fedor Ozep
Starring Anna Sten
Henry Wilcoxon
Viola Keats
John Garrick
Music by Karol Rathaus
Cinematography Jack E. Cox
Edited by Winifred Cooper
Release dates
  • 20 May 1936 (1936-05-20)
Country United Kingdom
Language English

A Woman Alone is a 1936 British drama film directed by Eugene Frenke and starring Anna Sten, Henry Wilcoxon and Viola Keats.[1] It was also released as Two Who Dared. An officer becomes entangled in a love affair with a woman who works as a maid.

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