Lady Audley's Secret


  • Lady Audley's Secret 1912 (USA, black and white, silent)
  • Lady Audley's Secret (aka Secrets of Society) 1915 (USA, black and white, silent, directed by Marshall Farnum)
  • Lady Audley's Secret 1920 (UK, black and white, silent, directed by Jack Denton)
  • Lady Audley's Secret 2000 (UK, TV, directed by Betsan Morris Evans)
  • Lady Audley's Secret 2009 (UK, BBC Radio 4)
  • 1863 (adapted by Colin Henry Hazlewood, first performed at the Victoria Theatre, London, 1863. Hazlewood also dramatised Braddon's Aurora Floyd the same year.[7])
  • 1930 Cambridge Festival Theatre a "melodramatized version" of the novel including a "birthday fete and Rustic Ballet, The part of Lady Audley was played by (Dame) Flora Robson and the performance was produced by Tyrone Guthrie. It was preceded by a performance of Morton's Cox and Box. Reference Festival Theatre programmes of 25 January 1930 and 3 February 1930
  • 1971 (Chicago, Goodman Theatre, adaptation by Douglas Seale)[8]
  • 1972 (Off Broadway, Seale adaptation)[9][10]

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