Love From A Stranger (play)

Love From A Stranger (play)

Love from a Stranger is a 1936 play based on Philomel Cottage, a 1924 short story by British mystery writer Agatha Christie.

Read more about Love From A Stranger (play):  Background, Reception of London Production, Broadway Production, Publication and Further Adaptations

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Love From A Stranger (play) - Publication and Further Adaptations
... The playwas first published by William Collins in June 1936 in both simultaneous hardback (priced five shillings) and paperback (priced three shillings and sixpence) editions and was re-is ... The playwas twice turned into a film ... and Sylvia Sidney and was released in the UK as A StrangerWalked In ...

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