Feature Film

Attenborough, Richard. Young Winston. United Kingdom: Columbia Pictures, 1972.
Vajda, Ladislao. The Wife of General Ling. United Kingdom: RKO Radio Pictures, 1938.
McCarey, Leo. Satan Never Sleeps. The Devil Never Sleeps. United States: 20th Century Fox, 1962.
Milestone, Lewis. The General Died at Dawn. United States: Paramount Pictures, 1936.
Zeman, Karel. A Jester's Tale. Czechoslovakia, 1964.

Inspired by the 17th-century engraving of Swiss artist Matthäus Merian

Yanes, Agustín Díaz. Alatriste. Captain Alatriste: The Spanish Musketeer. Spain: 20th Century Fox, 2006.
Rappeneau, Jean-Paul. Cyrano de Bergerac. France: UGC, 1990.

First adaptation of Edmond Rostand's play filmed in color and more faithful to the play's poetry than previous versions.

Wyler, William. Friendly Persuasion. United States: Allied Artists, 1956.
Barker, Reginald. The Coward. United States: Triangle Distributing , 1915.

An example of the national embrace of the Lost Cause in popular culture in the early 20th century, The Coward explores the theme of courage in battle. The elderly Winslow, a proud and prominent Virginia planter, volunteers his and his son's service to the Confederate Army. When the son deserts due to cowardice, his father takes his place. The young son redeems himself when he obtains intelligence about Union army strategy and conveys it to the Confederate army.

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