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The Untameable (1923)

Dr. Copin hypnotizes Joy Fielding, and she develops a split personality. She changes from an innocent, beautiful young lady into a cruel vamp, to the distress of her boyfriend.

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Gladys Walton ...
Edna Fielding / Joy Fielding
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Chester Arnold
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Dr. Copin (as John Sainpolis)
Etta Lee ...
Ah Moy
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Dr. Copin hypnotizes Joy Fielding, and she develops a split personality. She changes from an innocent, beautiful young lady into a cruel vamp, to the distress of her boyfriend.

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10 September 1923 (USA)  »

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The Two Souled Woman  »

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A Coup for Gladys Walton

Now here's a movie with real meat on its bones! Never has a split personality disorder been depicted so well so early on the screen without becoming predictable or campy. And the story is beautifully paced from start to finish.

Gladys Walton scores a coup in the dual role of Joy/Edna. Her portrayal of the young woman victimized by the disorder is stunning. John Sainpolis as the evil doctor, Malcolm McGregor as Joy Fielding's boyfriend, and Etta Lee as Joy/Edna's companion Ah Moy also shine in their respective roles. Blache's direction is most appropriate to the story line. This film is definitely one you will want to see!


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