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<i>Thy Neighbors Wife</i> (book) 1981 Gay Talese book

Thy Neighbor's Wife is a non-fiction book by Gay Talese, published in 1981 and updated in 2009.

<i>Thy Neighbors Wife</i> (1953 film) 1953 film by Hugo Haas

Thy Neighbor's Wife is a 1953 American drama film written and directed by Hugo Haas and starring Cleo Moore, Hugo Haas, Ken Carlton, Kathleen Hughes, Anthony Jochim and Tom Fadden. It was released on September 23, 1953, by 20th Century Fox.

Thy Neighbour's Wife, also known as Poison, is a 2001 erotic thriller film directed by Jim Wynorski and starring Kari Wuhrer, Jeff Trachta, and Barbara Crampton.

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