Black Beauty

Film adaptations

The book has been adapted into film and television several times, including:

  • Your Obedient Servant (1917), directed by Edward H. Griffith
  • Black Beauty (1921), directed by Edward H. Griffith
  • Black Beauty (1946), directed by Max Nosseck
  • Black Beauty (1971), directed by James Hill
  • The Adventures of Black Beauty (1972-4), a TV series produced by London Weekend Television and shown by ITV
  • Black Beauty (1978) by Hanna-Barbera
  • Black Beauty (1978), a TV mini-series
  • Black Beauty (1987) by Burbank Films Australia
  • Black Beauty (1994), a film starring Docs Keepin Time
  • Additionally, in 1966 Walt Disney Productions produced an LP adaptation on its Disneyland Records label with music by Disney's musical director at the time, Tutti Camarata, complete with narration and singing by Robie Lester similar to an old-time radio program; Disney has never made an animated or live-action version and none is known to have ever been planned by Disney.

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