The Intimate Stranger (1956 film)
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The Intimate Stranger is a 1956 British drama film directed by Joseph Losey, under the pseudonym Joseph Walton, and starring Richard Basehart, Mary Murphy, Constance Cummings and Roger Livesey. It was also released as Finger of Guilt.
Reggie Wilson, a film cutter, has lost his Hollywood career due to an affair with his boss's wife. He has moved to England and made good, marrying the daughter of a studio head and working on new film Eclipse. His new life is threatened when he starts to receive demanding letters from a woman who claims to have had a brief affair with him, and who knows intimate details about his life - but whom he cannot remember at all.
- Richard Basehart - Reginald 'Reggie' Wilson
- Mary Murphy - Evelyn Stewart
- Constance Cummings - Kay Wallace
- Roger Livesey - Ben Case
- Faith Brook - Lesley Wilson
- Mervyn Johns - Ernest Chaple
- Vernon Greeves - George Mearns
- André Mikhelson - Steve Vadney
- David Lodge - Police Sergeant Brown
- Basil Dignam - Doctor Gray
- Grace Denbigh Russell - Mrs Lynton
- Joseph Losey - Director
- Garfield Morgan - Waiter
- Marianne Stone - Miss Cedrick, the Secretary
- Peter Veness - Policeman
- Frederic Steger - Barman
Losey had been blacklisted in the United States when he made the film. Along with a number of other American directors and screenwriters he moved to Britain and began making films under an alias. The screenplay was written by Howard Koch who had also been blacklisted, and wrote under the name Peter Howard. The film was made at Shepperton Studios.
Losey has a small cameo part in the film, playing a film director.
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