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The film's source novel "Some Must Watch" by Ethel Lina White was adapted as a radio production starring Helen Hayes prior to The Spiral Staircase (1946) classic original 1945 version.
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The name of the book that Dr. Joe Sherman (Christopher Plummer) had written was "What Makes a Good Executive".
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First cinematic color version of the "The Spiral Staircase" filmed adaptations of Ethel Lina White's "Some Must Watch" novel.
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Third of four versions of "The Spiral Staircase". The first was The Spiral Staircase (1946), the second was The Spiral Staircase (1961), and the fourth was The Spiral Staircase (2000). Two versions have been theatrical feature films and two have been made for television.
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The film was made and released about twenty-nine years after the the classic original version The Spiral Staircase (1946).
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Second and final [to date, March 2017] theatrical feature film version of "The Spiral Staircase".
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This theatrical feature film was made and released about fourteen years after the first made-for-television version The Spiral Staircase (1961) and about twenty-five years before the second made-for-television version The Spiral Staircase (2000).
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The film was made and released about forty-two years after its source novel "Some Must Watch" by Ethel Lina White had been first published in 1933.
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The name of the psychological clinic was the "Sherman Institute" which was named after the character of Dr. Joe Sherman (Christopher Plummer).
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Actress Jacqueline Bisset's performance was predominantly and nearly entirely "mute".
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The film's producer Peter Shaw and the film's director Peter Collinson were both first named "Peter".
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The movie's closing credits declare that this picture was: "Shot on location in England".
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