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The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) Poster

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Version of 

Dorian Grays Portræt (1910) (Short)
Dorian Gray (1970)
The Picture of Dorian Gray (1973) (TV Movie)
Take Off (1978)
The Sins of Dorian Gray (1983) (TV Movie)
Dorian (2005) (Short)
Dorian Gray (2009)

Referenced in 

Grandpa Called It Art (1944) (Short)
The actual portrait created for the movie is discussed.
The Unsuspected (1947)
Hurd Hatfield makes reference to Joan Caulfield's portrait changing but her remaining the same.
The Wild Wild West: The Night of the Man-Eating House (1966) (TV Episode)
Hurd Hatfield, who played Dorian Gray, plays another Dorian Gray-like character in this Wild Wild West show.
Oh, God! (1977)
Murder, She Wrote: Sing a Song of Murder (1985) (TV Episode)
Angela Lansbury sang "Goodbye Little Yellow Bird"
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Man of the People (1992) (TV Episode)
Star Trek version of the classic novel
Family Guy: When You Wish Upon a Weinstein (2003) (TV Episode)
When Stewie sees Meg he says "In an attic somewhere there's a portrait of you getting prettier", a reference to the plot of this movie.
Daymaker (2007)
mentioned by name; including actor george sanders
The Brick Wall Bubble Gum Girl (2008) (Short)
The continuous degradation of the prints made in the dark room
Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff (2010)
Mentioned in connection with Albert Lewis and "Pandora and the Flying Dutchman"
The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XXI (2010) (TV Episode)
"The Picture of Dorian Greaney" is listed among the opening credits.
Bob's Burgers: An Indecent Thanksgiving Proposal (2012) (TV Episode)
Louise says she'll remain 9 years old forever while her portrait will age.

Featured in 

The Cinematographer (1951) (Short)
Biography: Angela Lansbury: A Balancing Act (1998) (TV Episode)
scenes shown
Wonder Boys (2000)
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills: America's Most Heart-Pounding Movies (2001) (TV Special)
This film is #86 on the list.

Spoofed in 

Get Smart: Age Before Duty (1969) (TV Episode)
The characters find themselves aging because their photographs are being retouched with an unusual paint, "Dorian Gray."

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