The Woman in White

Adaptations

Theatre

  • 1975 Tim Kelly stage melodrama Egad, the Woman in White
  • 2004 Andrew Lloyd Webber stage musical The Woman in White
  • 2005 Constance Cox stage play The Woman in White[8]

Film and television

  • two 1912 American silent films
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  • two 1917 American silent films
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    • Tangled Lives
  • 1929 British silent film adapted by Robert Cullen starring Haddon Mason as Walter Hartright and Louise Prussing as Marian Halcombe
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  • The 1940 film Crimes at the Dark House (1940) directed by George King is loosely based on The Woman in White with Tod Slaughter playing the part of the false Sir Percival Glyde and Hay Petrie as Count Fosco.
  • 1948 Hollywood film adapted by Stephen Morehouse Avery starring Gig Young as Walter Hartright, Alexis Smith as Marian Halcombe, Eleanor Parker as Laura Fairlie/Anne Catherick and Sydney Greenstreet as Count Fosco.
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  • 1971 – "Die Frau in Weiß" German TV miniseries, adapted by Herbert Asmodi, directed by Wilhelm Semmelroth, starring Christoph Bantzer as Walter Hartright and Heidelinde Weis as Laura Fairlie/Anne Catherick
  • 1982 BBC miniseries adapted by Ray Jenkins starring Daniel Gerroll as Walter Hartright and Diana Quick as Marian Halcombe
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  • 1982 Soviet film under the Russian title Zhenshchina v belom, directed by Vadim Derbenyov and starring Aleksandr Abdulov as Walter Hartright and Lithuanian actress Gražina Baikštytė as both Laura Fairlie and Anne Catherick
    • Zhenshchina v belom at the Internet Movie Database
  • 1997 BBC TV series adapted by David Pirie starring Andrew Lincoln as Walter Hartright and Tara FitzGerald as Marian Halcombe; also broadcast on PBS television in 1998
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Literature

  • Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child published the novel Brimstone (2004), featuring a modern re-imagining of the villain Count Fosco.
  • James Wilson, The Dark Clue (2001): a "sequel" to The Woman in White
  • Sarah Waters, Fingersmith (2002) is a reimagining of The Woman in White

Computer Games

  • "Victorian Mysteries: Woman in White" created by FreezeTag Games (2010)

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