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The Three Faces of Eve is a 1957 American mystery drama film presented in CinemaScope, based on a book by psychiatrists Corbett H. Thigpen and Hervey M. Cleckley, who also helped write the screenplay. It was based on their case of Chris Costner Sizemore, also known as Eve White, a woman they suggested might ...


Drama · A doctor treats a woman suffering from Multiple Personality Disorder.


Aug 5, 2016 ... At the start of the 1957 movie “The Three Faces of Eve,” the British-born journalist Alistair Cooke, who narrates the film, appears on camera to tell viewers that the incredible tale they are about to see is a true story — not suggested by or based on something that happened, but a facsimile of actual events.

Apr 24, 2013 ... Joanne Woodward (Mr. & Mrs. Bridge; The Long, Hot Summer) received the Best Actress Academy Award® for her riveting portrayal of a woman cursed with three distinct personalities in THE THREE FACES OF EVE, written, produced and directed by Nunnally Johnson (The Man Who Understood Women; ...


Jul 29, 2016 ... Chris Costner Sizemore became one of the most famous Americans of the 1950s but under a disguised name, after the Georgia psychiatrists who had treated her multiple-personality disorder published her life story as the startling and best- selling “The Three Faces of Eve.” The book, which paints Mrs.

Sep 4, 2008 ... Oscar-winning Multiple Personality Disorder drama starring Joanne Woodward. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051077/


Mar 14, 2013 ... The Three Faces of Eve, both a best-selling book and a major motion picture, is the true story of a young housewife who suffered from multiple personality disorder (MPD). Her psychiatrists, Corbett H.


Amazon.com: The Three Faces of Eve: Joanne Woodward, David Wayne, Lee J. Cobb, Edwin Jerome, Alena Murray, Nancy Kulp, Douglas Spencer, Terry Ann Ross, Ken Scott, Mimi Gibson, Alistair Cooke, Vince Edwards, Stanley Cortez, Nunnally Johnson, Marjorie Fowler, Corbett Thigpen, Hervey M. Cleckley: Movies  ...


Dr. Luther (Lee J. Cobb) brings in Dr. Day (Edwin Jerome) to get his opinion on whether Georgia housewife Eve White (Joanne Woodward) is faking her Eve Black personality in the fact-based The Three Faces of Eve, 1957.