List of films based on military books covering peacetime

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This is a list of films based on military books in peacetime.

Since it only deals with preparation for conflict, this page is not organized chronologically by war, as the other pages are.
This page is organized by military mission, and by armed service.

Contents

1st century B.C.[edit]

Roman Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum 1966 Richard Lester UK & USA A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum [1][2] Burt Shevelove &
Larry Gelbart [3] (book), Stephen Sondheim (lyrics)
1962 Musical - - -
1 Pseudolus (uncredited) Plautus before 184 B.C. Play - - -
1 Miles Gloriosus (uncredited) Plautus before 184 B.C. Play - - -
1 Mostellaria (uncredited) Plautus before 184 B.C. Play - - -
  • ♠ Roman captain Miles Gloriosus, the one who "raped Thrace thrice", tries to secure a virgin bride.

18th century[edit]

Missions[edit]

Transportation of convicts[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Botany Bay 1953 John Farrow USA Botany Bay Charles Nordhoff & James Norman Hall 1941 Novel - - -

British Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 The Recruiting Officer ♠ * 1973 David Giles UK The Recruiting Officer George Farquhar 1706 Play - - -
  • ♠ There had also been an Australian television production in 1965.
  • * TV movie.

Royal Navy[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country

Frequently filmed: Mutiny on the Bounty[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 In the Wake of the Bounty 1933 Charles Chauvel USA Mutiny on the Bounty (uncredited) Charles Nordhoff &
James Norman Hall (uncredited)
1932 Novel - - -
2 Mutiny on the Bounty 1935 Frank Lloyd USA Mutiny on the Bounty Charles Nordhoff &
James Norman Hall
1932 Novel - - -

Imperial Russian Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Lieutenant Kijé
Поручик Киже
1934 Aleksandr Faintsimmer USSR Lieutenant Kijé Yury Tynyanov 1927 Novella - - -
  • ♠ In English, the film is virtually unknown, but its score, by Prokofiev, is famous within classical music.[4]
  • ♦ The story's basic premise, a brilliant but non-existent soldier, was later used in M*A*S*H (the "Tuttle" episode) and in Wag the Dog.

19th century[edit]

Missions[edit]

African exploration[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Mountains of the Moon 1990 Bob Rafelson USA Burton and Speke William Harrison 1984 Novel - - -

Railway construction[edit]

Frequently filmed: The Man-Eaters of Tsavo[edit]
# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
3 The Ghost and the Darkness 1996 Stephen Hopkins USA The Man-eaters of Tsavo and other East African Adventures (uncredited) Lt. Col. John Henry Patterson (uncredited) 1907 Memoir/
Non-fiction
- - -

Suppression of the working class[edit]

Peterloo Massacre[edit]

16 August 1819

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Sharpe's Justice ♠ * 1997 Tom Clegg UK Sharpe's Eagle (characters) Bernard Cornwell 1981 Novel - - -
  • ♠ The film alters the date and certain other details.
  • * TV movie.

US Army[edit]

Cavalry[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Heaven & Hell: North & South, Book III * 1994 Larry Peerce USA Heaven and Hell John Jakes 1987 Novel - - -
  • * TV miniseries.
Buffalo soldiers[edit]
# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Heaven & Hell: North & South, Book III * 1994 Larry Peerce USA Heaven and Hell John Jakes 1987 Novel - - -
  • * TV miniseries.

Cadets [edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 North and South ♠ * 1985 Richard T. Heffron USA North and South John Jakes 1982 Novel - - -
2 Assault at West Point: The Court-Martial of Johnson Whittaker ♦ * 1994 Harry Moses USA Court Martial: A Black Man in America John Marszalek 1972 Non-fiction - - -
  • ♠ The principal characters graduate from West Point prior to the Mexican War. Secondary characters graduate before the Civil War.
  • ♦ The true story of Johnson Chesnut Whittaker, a freedman entering West Point in 1876.
  • * TV movie.

US Navy[edit]

British Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Conduct Unbecoming 1975 Michael Anderson UK Conduct Unbecoming Barry England 1969 Play - - -

Royal Navy[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country

French Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 The Judge and the Assassin 1976 Bertrand Tavernier France Le juge et l'assassin Henri Garet &
René Tavernier
1976 Non-fiction - - -
1 Vacher l'éventreur et les crimes sadiques Alexandre Lacassagne 1899 Non-fiction - - -

Dreyfus Affair[edit]

In the List of films based on war books, it is very unusual to have so many different books on a single subject made into films.
Comparable subjects would include D-Day and Stalingrad.

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 L'Affaire Dreyfus 1930 Richard Oswald Germany Der Fall Dreyfus (?) Bruno Weil 19?? Novel - - -
2 L'Affaire Dreyfus 1931 F.W. Kraemer &
Milton Rosmer
UK Der Fall Dreyfus (?) Wilhelm Herzog &
Hans Rehfisch
19?? Play - - -
3 The Life of Emile Zola [5] 1937 William Dieterle USA Zola and His Time Matthew Josephson 1928 Non-fiction - - -
4 I Accuse! 1958 José Ferrer UK Captain Dreyfus: The Story of a Mass Hysteria Nicholas Halasz 1955 Non-fiction - - -
5 Affäre Dreyfus * 1959 Hanns Farenburg West Germany Der Fall Dreyfus (?) Wilhelm Herzog &
Hans Rehfisch
19?? Play - - -
6 L'affaire Dreyfus * 1995 Yves Boisset France & Germany L'Affaire Jean-Denis Bredin 1983/1993 Novel - - -
  • * TV movie.
Frequently filmed: "J'accuse"[edit]

Zola (and Lazare) are assumed sources in these instances.

Bulletin ... film currently in development: The Dreyfus Affair by director unknown[edit]
# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 L'Affaire Dreyfus 1899 Georges Méliès France "J'accuse" Émile Zola 1898 Open letter - - -
1 L’affaire Dreyfus
– Une erreur judiciaire
Bernard Lazare 1896 Pamphlet - - -
2 Trial of Captain Dreyfus 1899 American Mutoscope [6] USA "J'accuse" Émile Zola 1898 Open letter - - -
3 Dreyfus Receiving His Sentence 1899 American Mutoscope [6] USA "J'accuse" Émile Zola 1898 Open letter - - -
4 L'Affaire Dreyfus,
partie 1
1902 Ferdinand Zecca France "J'accuse" Émile Zola 1898 Open letter - - -
5 L'Affaire Dreyfus,
partie 2
1908 Lucien Nonguet & Ferdinand Zecca France "J'accuse" Émile Zola 1898 Open letter - - -
6 Theodor Herzl, der Bannerträger des jüdischen Volkes 1921 Otto Kreisler Austria "J'accuse" (uncredited) Émile Zola (uncredited) 1898 Open letter - - -
7 Wenn ihr wollt, ist es kein Märchen 1973 Imo Moszkowicz Austria "J'accuse" (uncredited) Émile Zola (uncredited) 1898 Open letter - - -
8 Émile Zola ou La conscience humaine * 1978 Stellio Lorenzi France "J'accuse" (uncredited) Émile Zola (uncredited) 1898 Open letter - - -
9 Prisoner of Honor * 1991 Ken Russell UK "J'accuse" (uncredited) Émile Zola (uncredited) 1898 Open letter - - -
10 The Dreyfus Affair 2009 In development ? "J'accuse" (unconfirmed) Émile Zola (unconfirmed) 1898 Open letter - - -
  • * TV movie.

Army of a German state[edit]

Frequently filmed: Woyzeck[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Woyzeck 1979 Werner Herzog West Germany Woyzeck Georg Büchner 1837/1879 Play - - -

Prussian Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Der Hauptmann von Köpenick 1926 Siegfried Dessauer Germany Wie ich Hauptmann von Köpenick wurde: mein Lebensbild Wilhelm Voigt 1909 Memoir - - -
  • ♠ There were also two immediate films made in 1906 based on Voigt's story, shortly after the incident occurred.

Frequently filmed: The Captain of Köpenick[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Der Hauptmann von Köpenick 1931 Richard Oswald Germany The Captain of Köpenick Carl Zuckmayer 1931 Play - - -
2 I Was a Criminal
aka Captain of Koepenick
1945 [7] Richard Oswald USA The Captain of Köpenick Carl Zuckmayer 1931 Play - - -
3 Der Hauptmann von Köpenick 1956 Helmut Käutner West Germany The Captain of Köpenick Carl Zuckmayer 1931 Play - - -
4 Der Hauptmann von Köpenick * 1997 Frank Beyer Germany, Austria, Switzerland The Captain of Köpenick Carl Zuckmayer 1931 Play - - -
  • * TV movie.

Imperial Russian Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country

Spanish Army[edit]

Frequently filmed: Carmen[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Carmen 2003 Vicente Aranda Spain Carmen Prosper Mérimée 1845 Novella - - -

20th century[edit]

Missions[edit]

Arctic exploration[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 The Red Tent
Красная палатка
1969 Mikhail Kalatozov USSR & Italy My Polar Flights Gen. Umberto Nobile 1961 Memoir - - -

Antarctic exploration[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Scott of the Antarctic 1948 Charles Frend UK Scott's Last Expedition: The Personal Journals of Captain R.F. Scott, CVO, RN Capt. R.F. Scott 1913 Journals - - -
2 The Last Place on Earth ** 1985 Ferdinand Fairfax UK Scott and Amundsen Roland Huntford 1979 [8] Non-fiction - - -
  • ** TV miniseries.

Suppression of the working class[edit]

Occupation of Japan[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Three Stripes in the Sun 1955 Richard Murphy USA "The Gentle Wolfhound" E.J. Kahn Jr. 195? Article - - -
2 The Teahouse of the August Moon 1956 Daniel Mann USA The Teahouse of the August Moon [9][10][11] John Patrick 1953 Play - - -
2 The Teahouse of the August Moon Vern Sneider 1951 Novel - - -
3 Sayonara 1957 Joshua Logan USA Sayonara James Michener 1954 Novel - - -
4 Cry for Happy 1961 George Marshall USA Cry for Happy George Campbell 1958 [8] Novel - - -

Occupation of Germany[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type
1 Town Without Pity
Stadt ohne Mitleid
1961 Gottfried Reinhardt USA & West Germany Town Without Pity (?)
Das Urteil
"Manfred Gregor" 1960 Novel
2 The Last Days of Patton * 1986 Delbert Mann USA The Last Days of Patton Ladislas Farago 1981 Non-fiction
  • * TV movie.

"Occupation of France"[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 New World
Le Nouveau monde
1995 Alain Corneau France ? [12] ? 199? Novel - - -

Space exploration[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Marooned 1969 John Sturges USA Marooned Martin Caidin 1964/1969 Novel - - -
2 The Right Stuff 1983 Philip Kaufman USA The Right Stuff [13] Tom Wolfe 1979 Non-fiction - - -
3 Apollo 13 1995 Ron Howard USA Lost Moon: The Perilous Voyage of Apollo 13 Jim Lovell &
Jeffrey Kluger
1994 Memoir/
Non-fiction
- - -
4 From the Earth to the Moon 1998 ? USA A Man on the Moon Andrew Chaikin 1994 Non-fiction - - -

Search and rescue[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 The Perfect Storm 2000 Wolfgang Petersen USA The Perfect Storm Sebastian Junger 1997 Non-fiction - - -

US Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 At War with the Army 1950 Hal Walker USA At War with the Army James B. Allardice 1949 Play - - -
2 Soldier in the Rain 1963 Ralph Nelson USA Soldier in the Rain William Goldman 1960 Novel - - -
3 Once an Eagle ♦ ** 1976 Richard Michaels & E.W. Swackhamer USA Once an Eagle Anton Myrer 1968 Novel - - -
4 Fatal Vision ** 1984 David Greene USA Fatal Vision Joe McGinniss 1983 Non-fiction - - -
5 Cadence 1990 Martin Sheen USA Count a Lonely Cadence Gordon Weaver 1968 [8] Novel - - -
6 Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story * 1995 Jeff Bleckner USA Serving in Silence Margarethe Cammermeyer with Chris Fisher 1994 [8] Memoir - - -
7 The General's Daughter 1999 Simon West USA The General's Daughter Nelson DeMille 1992 Novel - - -
  • ♦ The wide-ranging film covers World War I, the interwar years, the Sino-Japanese War, and World War II (Pacific theatre).
    The novel also includes a fictionalized Vietnam War.[14]
  • * TV movie.
  • ** TV miniseries.

Armour[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 The Pentagon Wars * 1998 Richard Benjamin USA The Pentagon Wars: Reformers Challenge the Old Guard Col. James G. Burton 1993 Non-fiction - - -
  • * TV movie.

Cavalry (and mules)[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Army Girl 1938 George Nichols Jr. USA Army Girl (?) Charles L. Clifford 193? Story - - -
  • ♠ Cavalry finally gives way to tanks.

Cadets[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Francis Goes to West Point 1952 Arthur Lubin USA Francis (characters) David Stern 1946 [8] Novel - - -
2 The Long Gray Line 1955 John Ford USA Bringing Up The Brass:
My 55 Years at West Point
Marty Maher with
Nardi Reeder Campion
1951 Memoir - - -
3 Taps 1981 Harold Becker USA Father Sky Devery Freeman 1979 [8] Novel - - -
4 The Lords of Discipline 1983 Franc Roddam USA The Lords of Discipline Pat Conroy 1980 Novel - - -
5 Code Breakers * 2005 Rod Holcomb USA A Return to Glory: the Untold Story of Honor, Dishonor, and Triumph at the United States Military Academy, 1950-53 Bill McWilliams 2000 [8]¤ Non-fiction - - -
  • * TV movie.

WACs[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Francis Joins the WACS 1954 Arthur Lubin USA Francis (characters) David Stern 1946 [8] Novel - - -

Civilian justice[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Anatomy of a Murder 1959 Otto Preminger USA Anatomy of a Murder "Robert Traver" 1958 Novel - - -
  • ♠ A lieutenant and Korean War veteran is charged with murder.

Psychic soldiers[edit]

Bulletin ... Film now in release: The Men Who Stare at Goats by Grant Heslov[edit]
# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 The Men Who Stare at Goats 2009 Grant Heslov USA The Men Who Stare at Goats Jon Ronson 2004 Non-fiction - - -

US Navy[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 On the Town 1949 Gene Kelly & Stanley Donen USA On the Town Betty Comden & Adolph Green 1944 Musical - - -
2 Francis in the Navy 1955 Arthur Lubin USA Francis (characters) David Stern 1946 [8] Novel - - -
3 Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. 1966 Byron Paul USA Robinson Crusoe Daniel Defoe 1719 Novel - - -
4 The Last Detail 1973 Hal Ashby USA The Last Detail Daryl Ponicsan 1970 Novel - - -
5 Cinderella Liberty 1973 Mark Rydell USA Cinderella Liberty Daryl Ponicsan 1973 Novel - - -
6 Grey Lady Down 1978 David Greene USA Event 1000 David Lavallee 1971 Novel - - -
7 Men of Honor 2000 George Tillman, Jr. USA The Reminiscences of Master Chief Boatswain's Mate Carl Brashear (uncredited) Paul Stillwell (ed.) (uncredited) 1998 Memoir - - -
8 A Glimpse of Hell * 2001 Mikael Salomon Canada A Glimpse of Hell: The Explosion on the USS Iowa and Its Cover-Up Charles C. Thompson II 1999 Non-fiction - - -
  • * TV movie.

Midshipmen[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Navy Blue and Gold 1937 Sam Wood USA Navy Blue and Gold,
a Story of the Naval Academy
George Bruce 1936 [8] Novel - - -

USNAF[edit]

SEALs[edit]

USMC[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 The Great Santini 1979 Lewis John Carlino USA The Great Santini Pat Conroy 1976 Novel - - -
2 A Few Good Men 1992 Rob Reiner USA A Few Good Men Aaron Sorkin 1989 Play - - -

USAF[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 The Game of Their Lives 2005 David Anspaugh USA The Game of Their Lives Geoffrey Douglas 1996 [8] Non-fiction - - -
  • ♠ The World Cup soccer story involves a USAF airbase in Brazil in 1950.

Frequently filmed: No Time for Sergeants[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 No Time for Sergeants 1958 Mervyn LeRoy USA No Time for Sergeants Ira Levin 1955 Play No Time for Sergeants 1964 USA
1 No Time for Sergeants Mac Hyman 1954 Novel - - -

British Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Another Dawn 1937 William Dieterle USA "The Ambassador's Wife" (uncredited) W. Somerset Maugham (uncredited) 193? Story - - -
2 Reluctant Heroes 1951 Jack Raymond UK Reluctant Heroes Colin Morris 195? Play - - -
3 Tunes of Glory 1960 Ronald Neame UK Tunes of Glory James Kennaway 1956 Novel - - -

Armour[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country

Royal Navy[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Morning Departure 1950 Roy Ward Baker UK Morning Departure Kenneth Woollard 195? Play - - -
2 The Baby and the Battleship 1956 Jay Lewis UK The Baby and the Battleship Anthony Thorne 195? Novel - - -

Royal Marines[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country

RAF[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country

Australian Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country

Canadian Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country

Army of India[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Kiss Me Sergeant 1932 "Monty Banks" UK Idol of Moolah Syd Courtenay & Lola Harvey 193? Play - - -

New Zealand Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country

Austro-Hungarian Army[edit]

Cadets[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Young Törless
Der junge Törless
1966 Volker Schlöndorff West Germany & France The Confusions of Young Törless
Die Verwirrungen des Zöglings Törleß
Robert Musil 1906 Novel/
Memoir
- - -

Brazilian Navy[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 My Sister Eileen 1942 Alexander Hall USA My Sister Eileen Joseph Fields &
Jerome Chodorov
1940 Play - - -
1 My Sister Eileen Ruth McKenney 1938 Stories/Memoir - - -
2 My Sister Eileen 1955 Richard Quine USA My Sister Eileen Joseph Fields &
Jerome Chodorov
1940 Play - - -
2 My Sister Eileen Ruth McKenney 1938 Stories/Memoir - - -
  • ♠ Brazilians appear in the 1955 film.
    It is not established for certain that they appear in 1942. The 1942 film is in fact part of World War II, Home front. Brazil in 1942 is developing a belligerent stance toward Germany prior to a declaration of war in August by Pres. Vargas.

Czechoslovak Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Tank Battalion
Tankový prapor
1991 Vít Olmer Czechoslovakia The Republic of Whores:
a Fragment from the Time of the Cults

Tankový prapor
Josef Škvorecký 1992 [15]¤
(in English)
Novel - - -

Finnish Army[edit]

French Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Port of Shadows 1938 Marcel Carné France Le Quai des brumes Pierre Mac Orlan 1927 Novel - - -

French Navy[edit]

Iranian Army[edit]

Italian Royal Navy[edit]

Japan Coast Guard[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Umizaru aka
Sea Monkeys
2004 Eiichiro Hasumi Japan Umizaru Shūhō Satō 1998 Manga - - -
2 Umizaru Evolution 2005 ? Japan Umizaru Shūhō Satō 1998 Manga - - -

Korean Army[edit]

Mexican Army[edit]

Cadets[edit]

Peruvian Army[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Captain Pantoja and the Special Services
Pantaleón y las visitadoras
1975 José María Gutiérrez Santos & Mario Vargas Llosa [16] Dominican Republic Captain Pantoja and the Special Services Mario Vargas Llosa [16] 1973 Novel - - -
2 Captain Pantoja and the Special Services
Pantaleón y las visitadoras
1999 Francisco J. Lombardi Peru & Spain Captain Pantoja and the Special Services Mario Vargas Llosa [16] 1973 Novel - - -
  • ♠ A Peruvian captain must provide for the needs of lonesome soldiers in the remote jungle.

Cadets[edit]

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 The Time of the Hero
La ciudad y los perros
1985 Francisco José Lombardi Peru The Time of the Hero
La ciudad y los perros
Mario Vargas Llosa 1962 Novel - - -

Red Army[edit]

(Красная Армия)

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country

Red Fleet[edit]

(and Russian Fleet)

# Film Date Director Country Source
work
Author Date Type TV Date Country
1 Baltiytsy
aka Men of the Sea
1938 Aleksandr Faintsimmer USSR Mr Midshipman Easy Captain Marryat 1836 Novel - - -
2 72 Metres
72 метра
2004 Vladimir Khotinenko Russia ? Aleksandr Pokrovsky 199? Novels - - -
  • ♠ This film may be a war film, rather than a peace-time military film.
    It has a listing at the IMDb, but no references in Russian Wikipedia (Википедия).

Red Air Force[edit]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Recipient of the Tony Award in 1963.
  2. ^ Nominated for the Tony Award for Best Revival in 1996.
  3. ^ Shevelove and Gelbart were awarded the Tony Award in 1963.
  4. ^ Prokofiev's music might be familiar from the Christmas single, "I Believe in Father Christmas" by Greg Lake, or from Woody Allen's film Love and Death.
  5. ^ Inducted into the US National Film Registry in 2000.
  6. ^ a b A theatrical production from a company which distributed many documentary shorts about the Boxer Rebellion, Boer War, and Spanish-American War.
  7. ^ The film was completed in 1941 but not released immediately.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Publication details for this title have been confirmed by the catalogue of the US Library of Congress.
    Source: Library of Congress Online Catalog.
  9. ^ Recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in 1954.
  10. ^ Recipient of the Tony Award in 1954.
  11. ^ Recipient of the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play in 1954.
  12. ^ Source: DVD opening credits. This film's listing at the IMDb currently (as of December 2009) does not credit the novel.
  13. ^ Recipient of the National Book Award in 1980.
  14. ^ Source: Once-An-Eagle.com
  15. ^ Publication details for this title have been confirmed by the catalogue of Library and Archives Canada.
    Source: Library Search.
  16. ^ a b c Vargas Llosa was awarded the Cervantes Prize in 1994.

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