The Man Who Cried Wolf (film)

The Man Who Cried Wolf is a 1937 American film directed by Lewis R. Foster to a screenplay by Charles Grayson from Arthur Rohlsfel's story Too Clever to Live. The film featured Lewis Stone, Barbara Read, Tom Brown.[1] The plot concerns an actor preparing for a real murder by confessing to police to murders that he didn't commit.



  1. John T. Soister Of Gods and Monsters: A Critical Guide to Universal Studios’ Science Fiction, Horror and Mystery Films, 1929–1939 1476604991 2014 Because The Man Who Cried Wolf concerns the protagonist's spiraling ever downward into his own private hell—despite...

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