The Men in Her Life
The Men in Her Life is a 1941 period drama film directed by Gregory Ratoff and starring Loretta Young, Conrad Veidt and Dean Jagger. It is an adaptation of the 1932 novel Ballerina by the British writer Eleanor Smith. It was nominated for the 1941 Academy Award for Best Sound Recording (John P. Livadary), but lost to That Hamilton Woman. The sets were designed by the Russian-born art director Nicolai Remisoff.
|The Men in Her Life|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Gregory Ratoff|
|Produced by||Gregory Ratoff|
|Written by||Frederick Kohner|
by Eleanor Smith
|Music by||David Raksin|
|Cinematography||Arthur C. Miller|
Harry Stradling Sr.
|Edited by||Francis D. Lyon|
Gregory Ratoff Productions
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
A nineteenth century circus performer becomes a celebrated dancer, but has trouble balancing her romantic and family aspirations with her career.
- Loretta Young as Lina Varsavina
- Conrad Veidt as Stanislas Rosing
- Dean Jagger as David Gibson
- Eugenie Leontovich as Marie
- Shepperd Strudwick as Roger Chevis
- Otto Kruger as Victor
- Paul Baratoff as Manilov
- Ann E. Todd as Rose
- Billy Ray as Nurdo
- Ludmila Toretzka as Mme. Olenkova
- Tommy Ladd as Lina's Dancing Partner
- John Elliott as Andrew, Gibson's Butler
- Holmes Herbert as Second Doctor
- Edward Van Sloan as First Doctor
- McLean, Adrienne L. Dying Swans and Madmen: Ballet, the Body, and Narrative Cinema. Rutgers University Press, 2008.
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