Rudyard Kipling and Sir Henry Rider Haggard on Screen, Stage, Radio and Television

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About the Book

Rudyard Kipling and Sir Henry Rider Haggard—close friends—wrote about adventure and the exotic in very different ways. Examined together, their works illuminate each other. The writings of both have been adapted to the screen, stage, television, and radio numerous times (with varying degrees of fidelity) and this is a complete guide to those adaptations.
In the main section of the book each original literary work is summarized, followed by a complete filmography and an analysis of each film based on that story or poem. Additional sections provide information on adaptations for radio, stage, and television. Photographs are included from films ranging from The Jungle Book (Kipling) to King Solomon’s Mines (Haggard).

About the Author(s)

Philip Leibfried has written for Films in Review, Filmfax, The Silent Film Newsletter, Silent Film Monthly, and Hollywood Studio Magazine. He lives in New York City.

Bibliographic Details

Philip Leibfried
Format: softcover (7 x 10)
Pages: 224
Bibliographic Info: 83 photos, filmographies, bibliography, index
Copyright Date: 2008 [2000]
pISBN: 978-0-7864-3746-7
eISBN: 978-1-4766-0931-7
Imprint: McFarland

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments      vii
Introduction      1

Rudyard Kipling Filmography      13
H. Rider Haggard Filmography      95
Rudyard Kipling Stage Adaptations      191
H. Rider Haggard Stage Adaptations      195
Rudyard Kipling Radio Adaptations      202
H. Rider Haggard Radio Adaptations      204
Rudyard Kipling Television Adaptations      205

Bibliography      207
Index      209

Book Reviews & Awards

“well-researched…a thorough filmography and plot summaries”—Film & History; “The scope and extent of this book will please, fascinate and perhaps surprise Kipling enthusiasts”—Kipling Journal; “devoted readers of Rudyard Kipling and Rider Haggard will find limitless fascination from this book…thorough”—Reference Reviews; “exhumes many fine rarities…well organized”—Scarlet Street; “a worthwhile volume and one that evidences substantial, original research”—Classic Images; “complete and definitive”—Midwest Book Review.