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The Spider Woman Strikes Back

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The Spider Woman Strikes Back

The Spider Woman Strikes Back
Theatrical poster.
Directed by Arthur Lubin
Produced by Howard Welsch
Written by Eric Taylor
Starring Gale Sondergaard
Brenda Joyce
Rondo Hatton
Music by Milton Rosen (uncredited)
Cinematography Paul Ivano
Edited by Ray Snyder
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release dates
  • March 22, 1946 (1946-03-22)
Running time
59 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Spider Woman Strikes Back is a 1946 horror film starring Gale Sondergaard. Despite the similar title and role played by Sondergaard, the film is not a sequel to the Sherlock Holmes film, The Spider Woman. In The Spider Woman, Sondergaard's character is named Adrea Spedding.[1] This time it is Zenobia Dollard.[2]



  1. ^ The Spider Woman at Turner Classic Movies
  2. ^ The Spider Woman Strikes Back at Turner Classic Movies

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