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- "A Woman Scorned" is a 1999 short thriller movie released in 1999 starring Marcia Johnson. The plot focuses on a woman's intent to terrorise the family of a rival businessman of her late husband. She is employed by the family after they advertise for a private tutor for their son. After making sexual advance on him, she then turns her attention to the rest of the household. Directed by Treva Etienne.
- "A Woman Scorned" is a 1911 American short silent drama film directed by D. W. Griffith and starring Blanche Sweet.
- "A Woman Scorned" a.k.a. "A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story" is a 1992 film directed by Dick Lowry.
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- "A Woman Scorned" is a 1915 American silent short drama film written and directed by William Desmond Taylor. The film stars Robyn Adair, Bessie Banks, Nan Christy, Beatrice Van, and Harry Van Meter.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- genres: Silent film, Indie film, Black-and-white
- released on (100 years ago)
- "A Woman Scorned" is a film, directed by Dyanna Lauren.
- "A Woman Scorned" is a film, directed by Mitchell Spinelli.
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Murder Freshly Baked (2015)
by Vannetta Chapman
A woman scorned is a force to be ...
by Julia Cresswell
The saying hell hath no fury like a woman scorned is a near quotation from a 1697 play by William Congreve: 'Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor Hell a fury like a woman scorned.' The dramatist Colley Cibber had used very ...
by Martin H. Manser
hell hath no fury like a woman scorned ors, and drunken men; and whatever answers to Heaven in the academical sys- tem protects freshmen” (Thomas Hughes, Tom Brown at Oxford, 1861). The quotation is the first recorded use of the ...
by Jennifer Speake
HELL hath no fury like a woman scorned In classical mythology the Furies were avenging deities, fearful goddesses from Tartarus who avenged wrong and punished crime. Fury in the sense of frenzied rage' may also be intended, esp. in more ...
by Elizabeth Knowles
hell hath no fury like a woman scorned proverbial saying, late 17th century, meaning that a woman whose love has turned to hate is the most savage of creatures; a fury here may be either one of the avenging deities of classical mythology, ...
by Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder
HELL knows no wrath like a woman scorned. The HELL of women is old age. / A HOUSE. without woman and firelight is like a body without soul or spirit. / HOUSE goes mad when women gad. / NO HOUSE was ever big enough for two women ...
by John Ayto
woman hell hath no fury like a woman scorned: see HELL. make an ...
Dictionary of Proverbs (2005)
by George Latimer Apperson, Martin H. Manser
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. The proverb originally referred to the Furies, the avenging goddesses of Greek mythology, and there are lines in Euripides' play Medea that reflect its basic sentiment, though without a mythological ...
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