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Flesh And Fantasy (1943)





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This offering is a "portmanteau" film consisting of several short stories. Linking the three tales unfolded herein are clubmen Doakes and Davis, who carry on a spirited debate about Destiny.


Edward G. Robinson
as Marshall Tyler
Barbara Stanwyck
as Joan Stanley
Charles Boyer
as Paul Gaspar
Betty Field
as Henrietta
Thomas Mitchell
as Septimus Podgers
Charles Winninger
as King Lamarr
Anna Lee
as Rowena
Dame May Whitty
as Lady Pamela Hardwick
C. Aubrey Smith
as Dean of Chichester
Edgar Barrier
as Stranger
Mary Forbes
as Lady Thomas
Ian Wolfe
as Librarian
Doris Lloyd
as Mrs. Caxton
June Lang
as Angel
Grace McDonald
as Equestrienne
Joseph Crehan
as Acrobat/Detective
Arthur Loft
as Detective
Lee Phelps
as Detective
James Craven
as Radio Announcer
Eddie Acuff
as Policeman
Bruce Lister
as Young Man
Lane Chandler
as Acrobat/Satan
Paul Bryar
as Harlequin
George J. Lewis
as Harlequin
Charles Halton
as Old Man Prospector
Edward Fielding
as Sir Thomas
Heather Thatcher
as Lady Flora
Nedra Sanders
as Chorus Girl
Beatrice Barrett
as Chorus Girl
Carl Vernell
as Neighbor
Phil Warren
as Neighbor
Sandra Morgan
as Neighbor
Anita Bolster
as Relative
Bruce Lester
as Young Man
Harry Stubbs
as Proprietor
Olaf Hytten
as Chemist
Mary Ann Hyde
as Gaspar's Assistant
Con Colleano
as Gaspar's Double
Eddie Kane
as Immigration Officer
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Critic Reviews for Flesh And Fantasy

All Critics (2)

The revelation is one you are likely to find interesting.

April 14, 2020 | Full Review…

The segments are uneven -- the curse of the portmanteau format -- but each of the three has merit, and the central one with Edward G. Robinson is a standout.

August 13, 2014 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Flesh And Fantasy


Trio of fine stories with the kind of star studded cast only possible in the studio era.

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