House by the River is a 1950 film directed by Fritz Lang. The Gothic crime story is considered film noir. The film was released by Republic Pictures. A rich novelist who lives and works by a river kills his attractive maid after she begins screaming following a drunken pass. The writer, with the help of his limping brother, loads the body into an old sack and the pair throws the body into the river. Unfortunately, the body comes back up and floats by the house days later. Despite desperate attempts by the brothers to get the body, the police end up recovering it. The writer, who uses the...
|Release date:||March 25, 1950|
|Directed by:||Fritz Lang|
|Music by:||George Antheil|
|Screenplay by:||Mel Dinelli|
|Adapted from:||The house by the river|