Ten years after its theatrical release, JULIA ROSS got the TV treatment with a one-hour episode on Lux Video Theater, with Beverly Garland in the title role. This episode was directed by Seymour "Buzz" Kulik, long-time TV director who cranked out 47 episodes of LVT from 1954-57, including one-hour remakes of noirs such as DOUBLE INDEMNITY (with Frank Lovejoy as Walter Neff, Laraine Day as Phyillis Dietrichson and Ray Collins as Barton Keyes...), SUNSET BLVD. (with Miriam Hopkins as Norma Desmond, James Daly as Joe Gillis, Nancy Gates as Betty Schaefer, and John Wengraf as Max von Mayerling), and WITNESS TO MURDER (with Audrey Totter in the Stanwyck role.)
Lux had more noir remakes helmed by the show's primary director Richard Goode; one of these days I'll write all of that up. There were also at least a couple of "pilot noir episodes" (for lack of a better term," where a story later adapted into a feature film made its debut in TV format. Kulik directed one of these, "The Eyes of Father Tomasino," which aired September 1955, nearly two years before the release of THE MIDNIGHT STORY (1957). In the TV version, Keefe Braselle has the Tony Curtis part, Joe DeSantis has the Gilbert Roland part, and Gloria Talbot is in the Marisa Pavan role.
Another example that might need to be seen to be believed is a 1953 version of WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION--made at a time when the LVT episodes are shown as being only 30 minutes in length--with Edward G. Robinson in the Sir Alfred role later played by Charles Laughton, Tom Drake in place of Tyrone Power as Leonard Vole, and Andrea King in the Marlene Dietrich role. WITNESS had been made for TV previously, with "dueling" versions on TV in the US and the UK in 1949.