Edward Henry Corbould
depicting a scene from
The Corsican Brothers
in an 1852 London adaptation
( The Corsican Brothers French: ) is a Les Frères corses novella by Alexandre Dumas, père, first published in 1844. It is the story of two conjoined brothers who, though separated at birth, can still feel each other's pains. It has been adapted many times on the stage and in film.
Film adaptations [ edit ]
(1898), directed by film pioneer and inventor The Corsican Brothers George Albert Smith
(1902), directed by Dicky Winslow The Corsican Brothers
(1912), featuring The Corsican Brothers George Lessey
(1915), starring The Corsican Brothers King Baggot in the dual title roles, directed by George Lessey
(1915), directed by The Corsican Brothers Up To Date Charles Hutchison
(1917), directed by Les frères corses André Antoine
(1920), directed by The Corsican Brothers Louis J. Gasnier
(1941), starring The Corsican Brothers Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
(1949, Tamil film), starring M.K. Radha & P. Bhanumathi, directed by Acharya, produced by Apoorva Sagodharargal Gemini Studios.
(1953), starring The Bandits of Corsica Richard Greene in the dual title roles, directed by Ray Nazarro
, a 1961 film The Corsican Brothers (1961 film)
(1964 Telugu film), directed by Aggi Pidugu B. Vittalacharya, starring N. T. Rama Rao, Krishna Kumari, and Rajasri
(1970), a parody starring Start the Revolution Without Me Gene Wilder and Donald Sutherland as two sets of identical twins
, starring Neerum Neruppum M. G. Ramachandran, Jayalalithaa
(1984), a parody Cheech and Chong's The Corsican Brothers
(1985), a The Corsican Brothers movie featuring Hallmark Hall of Fame Trevor Eve
, a long-running 1983 British musical Blood Brothers
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