Beautiful waterfalls in “A Woman’s Face” (1941 Joan Crawford film)

by Dr. Norman Gold
(West Hempstead, NY, USA)

In the 1941 movie “A Woman’s Face” (a remake of a 1938 Ingrid Bergman Swedish movie), there are stunning waterfalls (double falls that greatly resemble the American side of Niagara Falls, with a wide and a narrow falls separated by rocks). In the movie there’s even a scene in which Joan Crawford takes a child on a cable car ride near the falls. Here’s the problem - I can’t find any photo on the internet which shows these falls as they appear in the movie, so I don’t know which falls they are. Can anyone help me here?

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Jun 22, 2018
Waterfall on my facebook with face I cannot idtify.
by: Carol h Sheffield

Someone in Brazil posted the picture of an amazing waterfall mountain with a profile of a face on one side and waterfall like the hair, It references Vi Khanh . Could this be the one you for which you are searching?

Apr 15, 2018
Identifying waterfalls
by: Anonymous

IMDb lists Sun Valley, Idaho as a filming location. Perhaps you can identify them from an image search of waterfalls in that area.

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