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A Tale of Two Cities

12/11/12

 

A TV movie version (1980) of Charles Dickens's novel on the French Revolution, and on the memorable story of Sidney Carton's sacrifice, directed by Ralph Thomas:





There are other film versions of the novel. The full version of Ralph Thomas's 1958 movie can be seen on YouTube as well. And Jack Conway's 1935 version with Ronald Colman can be recommended as an outstanding classic.


A Tale of Two Cities. Vitagraph, 1911.

A Tale of Two Cities. Dir. Frank Lloyd. Cast: William Farnum, Jewel Carmen, Joseph Swickard, Herschell Mayall, Rosita Marstini. 1917.

A Tale of Two Cities. Dir. Jack Conway. Script by W. P. Lipscomb and S. N. Behrman, based on Dickens's novel. Cast: Ronald Colman, Elizabeth Allan, Edna May Oliver, Reginald Owen, Basil Rathbone, Blanche Yurka, Isabel Jewell, Walter Catlett, Henry B. Walthall, H. B. Warner, Donald Woods, Mitchell Lewis. Music by Herbert Stothart. Photog. Oliver T. Marsh. Prod. David O. Selznick. MGM, 1935. (Reissued in computer colored version).

A Tale of Two Cities. Dir. Ralph Thomas. Based on the novel by Charles Dickens. Cast: Dirk Bogarde, Dorothy Tutin, Cecil Parker, Stephen Murray, Athene Seyler, Christopher Lee, Donald Pleasence, Ian Bannen. UK, 1958.
    _____. A Tale of Two Cities. Dir, Ralph Thomas. Online at YouTube (coachBswife) 29 Dec. 2011.*
    http://youtu.be/Tmob9tICKIw

A Tale of Two Cities. TV series. Dir. Jim Goddard, Written by John Gay, based on Charles Dickens's novel. Cast: Peter Cushing, Kenneth More, Barry Morse, Flora Robson, Billie Whitelaw, Alice Krige, Musc by Allyn Ferguson. Ed. Bill Blunden. Photog, Tony Imi, Prod. Norman Rosemont. Marble Arch productions, 1980.*
    _____. A Tale of Two Cities. Dir. Jim Goddard. Online at YouTube (Xaad60) 13 April 2012,*
    http://youtu.be/2pO2DnAMzos
    2012



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