The Rebel Son

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The Rebel Son
Directed by Adrian Brunel
Albert de Courville
Alexis Granowsky
Produced by Charles David
E.C. Molinier
Written by Adrian Brunel (screenplay)
Nikolai Gogol (original story)
Starring Roger Livesey
Bernard Miles
Harry Baur
Anthony Bushell
Patricia Roc
Music by Stock music by Arthur Benjamin and Ernst Toch
CinematographyBernard Browne
Franz Planer
Edited byLionel Hoare
William Hornbeck
Pat Wooley
Production
company
Distributed by United Artists
Release date
  • 1938 (1938)
Running time
92 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

The Rebel Son is a 1938 British historical adventure film directed by Adrian Brunel and starring Harry Baur, Anthony Bushell and Roger Livesey. Patricia Roc also appears in her first screen role. It is a re-working by Alexander Korda of Granowski's 1936 French film adaptation of the Russian novel Taras Bulba by Russian classic writer Nikolai Gogol, set in the 17th century Ukraine.

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It was also known by the alternative titles The Barbarian and the Lady or The Rebel Son of Taras Bulba.

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