The Complete Stories of Flannery O'Connor Movies & Media Adaptations

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Several of O'Connor's stories have been made into short films. "A Circle in the Fire" from her first collection, was made into a film by Victor Nunez of Tallahasee, Florida in 1976. "The Comforts of Home" was made into a film by Leonard Lipson for Sholip Productions and directed by Jerome Shore, in 1974. "Good Country People" was made into a film by Jeff Jackson of Agoura, California, probably in the 1970s. Each of these is available at the Georgia College Library in Milledgeville, Georgia 31061.

"The Life You Save May be Your Own" was presented by the Schlitz Playhouse in February of 1956. Flannery O'Connor reportedly disliked the version they created. "The Displaced Person," starring Irene Worth as Mrs. Mclntyre and John Houseman as the Catholic priest, Father Flynn, was presented by the PBS American Playhouse in 1977, to resounding praise. The World of Ftannery O'Connor was created by WDCN-TV in Nashville...

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