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The Trespasser (1929) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Edmund Goulding and produced by Edmund Goulding and Joseph P. Kennedy Sr..

Academy Awards 1929/30 --- Ceremony Number 3 (source: AMPAS)

Best ActressGloria SwansonNominated

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The Trespasser (1947)

By John Grant on Sep 4, 2019 From Noirish

US / 70 minutes / bw / Republic Dir: George Blair Assoc Pr: William J. O?Sullivan Scr: Jerry Gruskin, Dorrell McGowan, Stuart E. McGowan Story: Jerry Sackheim, Erwin Gelsey Cine: John Alton Cast: Dale Evans, Warren Douglas, Janet Martin, Douglas Fowley, Adele Mara, Gregory Gay (i.e., Gregory Gaye), ... Read full article

book: The Trespasser (2016) by Tana French

By John Grant on Sep 1, 2018 From Noirish

Antoinette Conway and Steve Moran, the detectives from French’s previous novel, The Secret Place , are given a new murder case, one that looks to be a straightforward “domestic incident.” Yet nothing seems to fit quite right as Antoinette and Steve investigate Rory for the death o... Read full article

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Gloria Swanson originally hired writer/director Edmund Goulding to help her complete Queen Kelly, the unfinished silent epic she'd started with Erich von Stroheim. After he'd spent months editing Von Stroheim's footage, Goulding persuaded Swanson to make The Trespasser instead. He wrote the script in three weeks, the movie was in theaters by the end of the year, and Swanson recouped enough money to pay off Queen Kelly's backers.
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