Dramatic adaptations

For the main article about the film, see Kim (1950 film)
  • An MGM film adaptation of the novel, directed by Victor Saville and produced by Leon Gordon, was released in 1950. It was adapted by Helen Deutsch and Leon Gordon, and starred Errol Flynn, Dean Stockwell, Paul Lukas, Robert Douglas, Thomas Gomez and Cecil Kellaway. It featured a music score by André Previn.
  • In 1960, a one-hour color adaptation of Kim was televised on NBC's anthology series The Shirley Temple Show. Tony Haig portrayed Kim, Michael Rennie played Captain Creighton, and Alan Napier played Colonel Devlin. The episode has been released on DVD.
  • A London Films television film version Kim was made in 1984. It was directed by John Howard Davies and starred Peter O'Toole, Bryan Brown, John Rhys-Davies, Julian Glover and Ravi Sheth as Kim. It has been released on DVD.
  • Poul Anderson's novel Game of Empire, the last of his Dominic Flandry series, is loosely modeled on Kim, with the plot transferred to a Science-Fictional setting.

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