Stranger in the House (1967 film)

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Stranger in the House is a 1967 crime film directed and written by Pierre Rouve (from the novel by Georges Simenon), produced by Anatole de Grunwald and starring James Mason, Geraldine Chaplin and Bobby Darin. The movie was released as Cop-Out in the USA[2] and is a remake of the French film Strangers in the House (Les inconnus dans la maison, 1942). The film was remade in 1997.

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Stranger in the House
Directed byPierre Rouve
Written byPierre Rouve
Georges Simenon
Produced byAnatole de Grunwald
Dimitri De Grunwald
StarringJames Mason
Geraldine Chaplin
Bobby Darin
CinematographyKenneth Higgins
Edited byErnest Walter
Music byJohn Scott
Distributed byThe Rank Organisation (UK)
Cinerama Releasing Corporation (USA)
Release date
  • May 23, 1967 (1967-05-23) (London)
Running time
104 minutes
Box office$255,000[1]

Eric Burdon & the Animals recorded the song "Ain't That So" for the film. The song was co-written by band member Vic Briggs and the composer of the film score, John Scott. It was produced and arranged by Briggs.