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Bibliography of Dodie Smith

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Dodie Smith was a prolific writer. Here is a more complete bibliography of her works:

  • Autobiography
    • Look Back with Love: a Manchester Childhood (1974)
    • Look Back with Mixed Feelings (1978)
    • Look Back with Astonishment (1979)
    • Look Back with Gratitude (1985)
  • Novels
    • I Capture the Castle (1949)
    • The Hundred and One Dalmatians (1956)
    • The New Moon with the Old (1963)
    • The Town in Bloom (1965)
    • It Ends with Revelations (1967)
    • The Starlight Barking (1967)
    • A Tale of Two Families (1970)
    • The Girl from the Candle-lit Bath (1978)
    • The Midnight Kittens (1978)
  • Plays
    • Autumn Crocus (1931)
    • Service (1932)
    • Touch Wood (1934)
    • Call It a Day (1935)
    • Bonnet Over the Windmill (1937)
    • Dear Octopus (1938)
    • Lovers and Friends (1943)
    • Letter from Paris (1952)
    • I Capture the Castle (1954)
    • These People, Those Books (1958)
    • Amateur Means Lover (1961)
  • Screenplays
    • The Uninvited (1944), written by Smith and Frank Partos
    • Darling, How Could You! (1951), written by Smith and Lesser Samuels
  • Movies adapted from her works
    • Looking Forward (1933), based on Service
    • Autumn Crocus (1934)
    • Call It a Day (1937)
    • Dear Octopus (1943)
    • The First Day of Spring (1956), based on Call It a Day
    • One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
    • 101 Dalmatians (1996)
    • 102 Dalmatians (2000)
    • I Capture the Castle (2003)

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