Added Saint Joan to 1957. If only the film were as good as this still, it would be near the top of this year instead of near the bottom.
Added They Only Kill Their Masters, with James Garner and Katharine Ross, to 1972, a year led by Ira Levin's The Stepford Wives, the first adaptation of which would star Ms. Ross.
Added Dracula: The Un-dead to 2009, where, even in a very poor field, it sinks to the bottom of the list.
Added Heaven Can Wait to 1943 -- a strong year so far, still led by Vera Caspary's Laura and the movie The Seventh Victim. Gene Tierney, pictured here, also starred in the film version of Laura. This film, to avoid confusion, is in color.
Added Jaws, the book, to 1974 -- a pretty good year, topped by a different sort of killer, the real world kind (The Man With the Candy), and a mystery (Fletch). If you like associative trains of thought, you could say, I guess, that sharks + candy lead to the Land Shark's promise of a "candygram" to his victims and that the Land Shark was played on SNL by Chevy Chase, who starred in the film version of Fletch.
Added the original adaptation of The Stepford Wives to 1975, where it sits tied with Picnic at Hanging Rock.
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