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[1960]: Roxy Films & Allied Artists, München

[1].
Language: German
[2].
Director: Gerd Oswald
[3].
Script writers: Harold Medford and Gerd Oswald
[4].
Cast: Curd Jürgens and Claire Bloom
[5].
Runtime: 1 hour and 42 minutes


[1961]: Roxy Films & Allied Artists, München

[1].
Language: English. "Schachnovelle was released in the United States on 1 June 1961 under the title "Brainwashed"
[2].
English dialogue by Wolf Vollmar
[3].
Adaptation from the German version by Herbert Reinecker


Reviews:

[1].
The American Film Institute Catalog of Motion Pictures: Feature Films 1961-1970. Edited by Richard P. Krafsur. New York/London: Bowker, 1976, p. 121
[2].
Dagens Nyheter [Stockholm], 30 May 1961. See: Olsson, Margot, p. 72
[3].
Süddeutsche Schachzeitung [Nürnberg], 12:10 [October 1960[, pp. 225-226
[4].
Süuddeutsche Zeitung [München], 19 September 1960
[5].
Svenska Dagbladet [Stockholm], 30 May 1961. See: Olsson, Margot, p. 73
[6].
Wiesbadener Kurier [Wiesbaden], 10 December 1960


[1963]: Československá Televize, Praha [Prague]

Šach-mat [A TV movie based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Schachnnovelle"]

[1].
Language: Czech
[2].
Director: Alfred Radok
[3].
Script writer: Alfred Radok
[4].
Cinematographer: Valdímír Opletal
[5].
Cast: Rudolf Hrušínsky, Josef Bek, Vladímír Hrubý, Ota Sklencka, and Rudolf Deyl et al.
[6].
Runtime: 1 hour and 15 minutes
[7].
Released in Czechoslovakia in 1963


[1964]: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Ottawa, ON

The Royal Game [A TV drama based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Schachnovelle"]

[1].
Series: Playdate (1961-1965), Season 3, Episode 28
[2].
Language: English
[3].
Director: Mervyn Rosenzveig
[4].
Script writer: David Swift
[5].
Cast: Barry Morse, Larry D. Mann, and Robert Christie
[6].
Runtime: 1 hour
[7].
Released in Canada on 20 July 1964


[1973]: Teatr Polskiej Telewizii (Scena monodram), Warszawa

‘Szach królowi’ [A TV movie based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Schachnovelle"]

[1].
Language: Polish
[2].
Director: K. Kieślowski
[3].
Adapted for TV by K. Klein
[4].
Translation from the German by Izabella Czermakowa
[5].
Starring M. Pawlicki
[6].
Released in Poland on 13 February and 31 October 1973


Review: Życie warszawy [Warszawa], 29:38 [Febraury 1972] p. 5


[1980]: Československá Televize, Praha [Prague]

Královská hra [A TV movie based on Stefan Zweig's novella "Schachnovelle" / "The Royal Game"]

[1].
Language: Czech
[2].
Director: Miroslava Valová
[3].
Script writer: Jirí Hubac
[4].
Cast: Raduz Chemelík, Petr Hanicinec, Miroslav Homola, and Rudolf Hrušínsky
[5].
Runtime: 1 hour and 6 minutes
[6].
Released in Czechoslovakia in 1980


[1981]: Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), Mainz

"Schauplätze der Weltliteratur: Leere Felder, Stefan Zweig und die ‘Schachnovelle’"] A TV documentary

[1].
Language: German
[2].
Written and directed by Reinhardt Hoffmeister
[3].
Released in Germany on 18 November 1981
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