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[1941]: Île de France Film Commission, Paris

Volpone [A black and white film based on Stefan Zweig's adaptation of Ben Jonson's comedy "Volpone"]

[1].
Language: French
[2].
Directors: Maurice Tourneur and Jacques de Baroncelli
[3].
Script writers: Ben Jonson, Stefan Zweig, and Jules Romains (Screenplay)
[4].
Cast: Harry Baur, Louis Jouvet, Charles Dullin, Jean Témerson et al.
[5].
Music by: Marcel Delannoy
[6].
Runtime: 1 hour and 34 minutes
[7].
Released in France on 10 May 1941
[8].
Shown - with English subtitles - at the Ambassador Theatre, Manhattan, New York on 26 December 1947. Review: "At the Ambassador" in The New York Times [New York], 27 December 1947


[1958]: Deutscher Fernsehfunk (DFF), East Berlin

Volpone [A black and white TV film based on Stefan Zweig's adaptation of Ben Jonson's comedy "Volpone"]

[1].
Language: German
[2].
Director: Otto Tausig
[3].
Script writers: Ben Jonson and Stefan Zweig
[4].
Cast: Franz Kutschera, Rolf Ludwig, Ulrich Folkmar, Elfriede Garden, Gerti Soltau et al.
[5].
Runtime: Not indicated
[6].
Released in East Germany on 14 June 1958


[1964]: Deutscher Fernsehfunk (DFF), East Berlin

Volpone [A black and white TV film based on Stefan Zweig's adaptation of Ben Jonson's comedy "Volpone"]

[1].
Language: German
[2].
Director: Hans Knötzsch
[3].
Script writers: Ben Jonson and Stefan Zweig
[4].
Cast: Gerd Biewer, Dieter Franke, Annemone Haase, Hermann Hiesgen, Rudolf Hoern et al.
[5].
Runtime: Not indicated
[6].
Released in East Germany on 18 May 1964


[1966]: Office de Radiodiffusion Télévision Française [ORTF], Paris

Volpone [A color TV film based on Stefan Zweig's adaptation of Ben Jonson's comedy "Volpone"]

[1].
Language: French
[2].
Director: Pierre Sabbagh
[3].
Producer: Pierre Sabbagh
[4].
Script writers: Ben Jonson [the play], Jules Romains [adaptation], Stefan Zweig [earlier play]
[5].
Cast: Jean Le Poulain, Francis Huster, Claude Jade, Francis Lemaire et al.
[6].
Music by: Georges Auric
[7].
Runtime: 1 hour and 59 minutes
[8].
Released in France on 1 January 1966
[9].
Aired as a TV episode in "Au théâtre ce soir" [1966-1986] on 8 December 1978


[1970]: Österreichischer Rundfunk (ORF), Wien

Volpone [A black and white TV film based on Stefan Zweig's adaptation of the play by Ben Jonson: "Volpone"]

[1].
Language: German
[2].
Directors: Otto Anton Eder and Karl Heinz Köhn
[3].
Script writers: Ben Jonson [English drama] and Stefan Zweig [German translation and adaptation]
[4].
Cast: Hubert Chaudoir, Helmut Wlasak, Nobert Scharnagel, Hans Stöckl, Inge Brunner et al.
[5].
Runtime: 1 hour and 45 minutes
[6].
Released in Austria on 18 October 1970


[1978]: Bayerischer Rundfunk [BR], München

Volpone [Under the title "Der Fuchs". A color TV film based on Stefan Zweig's adaptation of the play by Ben Jonson: "Volpone"]

[1].
Language: German
[2].
Director: Erich Innerebner
[3].
Script writer: Erich Innerebner
[4].
Cast: Peter Mitterrutzner, Paul Demetz, Bruno Hosp, Sepp Frötscher, Ernst Baumgartner, Linde Spitaler, et al.Runtime: 2 hours and 20 minutes
[5].
Reelased in Germany on 16 July 1978


[1978]: Deutscher Demokratischer Rundfunk [DDR], East Berlin

Volpone [Under the title "Der Fuchs". A color TV film based on Stefan Zweig's adaptation of the play by Ben Jonson: "Volpone"]

[1].
Language: German
[2].
Director: Annelies Thomas
[3].
Dramatic adviser: Doris Vallentin
[4].
Cast: Rolf Dietrich, Rolf Hoppe, Friedrich Wilhelm Junge, Jadranka Matkovic et al.
[5].
Runtime: 1 hour and 40 minnutes
[6].
Released in East Germany on 23 July 1978


[2017]: Münchner Volkstheater, München

Volpone [A stage play based on Stefan Zweig's adaptation of the play by Ben Jonson: "Volpone"]

[1].
Language: German
[2].
Director: Abdullah Kenan Karaca
[3].
Dramatic adviser: Katja Friedrich
[4].
Cast: Silas Breiding, Jakob Immervoll, Jonathan Müller, Peter Mitterrutzner, Jonathan Hutter, Yannik Stöbener, Carolin Hartmann, and Nina Steils
[5].
Staging by: Vincent Gattinger
[6].
Costumes by: Elke Gattinger
[7].
Runtime: Not indicated
[8].
Premiere: 30 November 2017
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