Cornell Woolrich - Selected Films Based On Woolrich Stories

Selected Films Based On Woolrich Stories

  • Convicted (1938) (story Face Work)
  • Street of Chance (1942) (novel The Black Curtain)
  • The Leopard Man (1943) (novel Black Alibi)
  • Phantom Lady (1944) (novel)
  • The Mark of the Whistler (1944) (story Dormant Account)
  • Deadline at Dawn (1946) (novel)
  • Black Angel (1946) (novel)
  • The Chase (1946) (novel The Black Path of Fear)
  • Fall Guy (1947) (story Cocaine)
  • The Guilty (1947) (story He Looked Like Murder)
  • Fear in the Night (1948) (story Nightmare)
  • The Return of the Whistler (1948) (story All at Once, No Alice)
  • I Wouldn't Be in Your Shoes (1948) (story)
  • Night Has a Thousand Eyes (1948) (novel)
  • The Window (1949) (story The Boy Cried Murder)
  • No Man of Her Own (1950) (novel I Married a Dead Man)
  • El pendiente (1951) (story The Death Stone) directed by León Klimovsky.
  • Si muero antes de despertar (1952) (story If I Should Die Before I Wake) directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen.
  • No abras nunca esa puerta (1952) (stories Somebody on the Phone and Humming Bird Comes Home) directed by Carlos Hugo Christensen.
  • Rear Window (1954) (story It Had to Be Murder) directed by Alfred Hitchcock
  • Obsession (1954) (story Silent as the Grave)
  • Nightmare (1956) (story)
  • The Bride Wore Black (1968) (novel) directed by François Truffaut
  • Mississippi Mermaid (1969) (novel Waltz Into Darkness) directed by François Truffaut
  • Seven Blood-Stained Orchids (1972) (novel Rendezvous in Black)
  • Union City (1980) (story The Corpse Next Door)
  • I Married a Shadow (1983) (novel I Married a Dead Man)
  • Cloak & Dagger (1984) (story The Boy Who Cried Murder)
  • Mrs. Winterbourne (1996) (story I Married a Dead Man)
  • Original Sin (2001) (novel Waltz Into Darkness)
  • Four O'Clock (2006) (story Three O'Clock)

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