A Stranger Came Home
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"A Stranger Came Home", released in the United States under the title The Unholy Four, is a 1954 British film noir. It was based on the novel Stranger at Home, which was credited to film actor George Sanders but was actually ghostwritten by Leigh Brackett. It was directed by Terence Fisher and starred American actor Paulette Goddard.
- also known as The Unholy Four
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- producer: Michael Carreras
- written by Michael Carreras
- based on "A Stranger Came Home" by George Sanders & Leigh Brackett
- cinematography by Walter J. Harvey
- edited by Bill Lenny
- music by Leonard Salzedo
- genre: Drama
- released on (60 years ago)
"A Stranger Came Home" is a novel by George Sanders.
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The Encyclopedia of Film (1991)
by James Monaco
A Stranger Came Home/The Unholy Four 1954 (from novel); Witness to Murder ...
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