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The White Spider (1963 film)

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The White Spider
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GermanDie weiße Spinne
Directed byHarald Reinl
Written byEgon Eis
Based onThe White Spider
by Louis Weinert-Wilton
Produced byWerner M. Lenz
Gero Wecker
CinematographyWerner M. Lenz
Edited byWolfgang Wehrum
Music byPeter Thomas
Arca-Winston Films
Hans Oppenheimer Film
Distributed byConstantin Film
Release date
  • 5 April 1963 (1963-04-05)
Running time
103 minutes
CountryWest Germany

The White Spider (German: Die weiße Spinne) is a 1963 West German crime thriller film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Joachim Fuchsberger, Karin Dor and Horst Frank. It is based on a novel of the same name by the Czech writer Louis Weinert-Wilton.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art director Ernst H. Albrecht. Location shooting took place in London, Hamburg and West Berlin. It was made and promoted to look like a German Edgar Wallace movie, using the same director and several actors from the Wallace film series.


When Muriel Irvine's husband is killed in an automobile accident after a night of gambling, she discovers that he had previously dramatically increased his life insurance coverage. The insurance company alerts Scotland Yard to a recent rash of such deaths all affecting gamblers. When the Yard's chief inspector is murdered while investigating the case, they bring in a mysterious detective to solve it.



  1. ^ Goble, Alan (1999). The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter. p. 494. ISBN 3598114923.

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