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[1934]: Carlyle Productions, Burlington, North Carolina / Pathé-Natan Studios, Joinville, France

Amok [A black and white film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Der Amokläufer"]

[1].
Language: French
[2].
Director: Fyodor Otsep
[3].
Art director: Lazare Meerson
[4].
Scrip writers: André Lang and H. R. Lenormand
[5].
Cast: Marcelle Chantal, Jean Yonnel, Valéry Inkijinoff, and Jean Servais
[6].
Music by: Karol Rathaus
[7].
Cinematographer: Curt Courant
[8].
Runtime: 1 hour and 32 minutes in France; 1 hour and 7 minutes in the United States
[9].
Released in France on 14 September 1934. Released in the United States on 18 October 1946


[1944]: Clasa Films Mundiales, México

Amok [A black and white film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Der Amokläufer"]

[1].
Language: Spanish
[2].
Director: Antonio Momplet
[3].
Producer: Gonzalo Elvira
[4].
Film editor: Jorge Bustos
[5].
Script writers: Antonio Momplet, Max Aub, and Erwin Wallfisch
[6].
Cast: María Félix, Julián Soler, Stella Inda, Miguel Angel Ferritz et al.
[7].
Music by: Agustín Lara and Manuel Esperón
[8].
Runtime: 1 hour and 46 minutes
[9].
Released in Mexico on 22 December 1944


[1977]: Československá Televízna, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia

"Amok" [A black and white TV film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Der Amokläufer"]

[1].
Language: Czech
[2].
Director: Martin Hollý
[3].
Script writer: Viera Škrdlová
[4].
Cast: Elo Romančík, Ivan Mistrík, Božidara Turzonovová, Mikuláš Huba et al.
[5].
Runtime: 1 hour and 5 minutes
[6].
Released in Czechslovakia on 24 January 1977


[1993]: AB Films [UniFrance], Paris and MGN Filmes [PT], Lisboa [Lisbon], Portugal

Amok [A color film drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Der Amokläufer"]

[1].
Language: French
[2].
Director: by Joël Farges
[3].
Producer: Tino Navarro
[4].
Script writers: Catherine Foussadier, Joël Frages, and Dominique Rousset
[5].
Cast: Fanny Ardant, Andrzej Seweryn, Bernard Le Coq, and Joaquim de Almeida
[6].
Music by: Nicola Plovani
[7].
Cinematographer: Fabio Conversi
[8].
Runtime: 1 hour and 30 minutes
[9].
Released in France on 10 October 1993


See: Amoki

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