The Lodger (novel)
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The Lodger is a 1913 novel by English author Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes, based on the Jack the Ripper murders of 1888. It is a novel-length version of Lowndes' short story "The Lodger", first published in McClure's Magazine in 1911. It has been adapted many times[quantify] for film and radio.
- The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927), a silent film directed by Alfred Hitchcock
- The Lodger (1932), directed by Maurice Elvey
- The Lodger (1944), directed by John Brahm
- Man in the Attic (1953), directed by Hugo Fregonese
- The Lodger (2009), directed by David Ondaatje
- "The Lodger", a 1940 episode of the radio series Suspense, starring Herbert Marshall
- "The Lodger", a 1944 episode of the radio series Suspense, starring Robert Montgomery
- "The Lodger", a 1946 episode of the radio series Hollywood Star Time, starring Vincent Price
- "The Lodger", a 1947 episode of the radio series Mystery in the Air, starring Peter Lorre and Agnes Moorehead
- "The Lodger", a 1948 episode of the radio series Suspense, starring Robert Montgomery
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