The Rebel Son
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"The Rebel Son", The Barbarian and the Lady or The Rebel Son of Taras Bulba is a 1938 British film, notable as the first film appearance of Patricia Roc. It is a re-working by Alexander Korda of Granowski's 1935 French film adaptation of the Ukrainian novel Taras Bulba by Nikolai Gogol, set in the 17th century Ukraine.
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- directors: Albert de Courville, Adrian Brunel, Alexis Granowsky
- producers: E.C. Molinier & Charles David
- written by Adrian Brunel
- based on a story by Nikolai Gogol
- cinematography by Franz Planer & Bernard Browne
- edited by William Hornbeck, Lionel Hoare, Pat Wooley
- music by Paul Dessau, Joe Hajos
- genres: Black-and-white, Adventure Film, Action Film, Historical fiction
- released in (77 years ago)
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Fourth edition by Brian McFarlane
The Rebel Son (UK/Fr), The Lion Has Wings (cod, cosc) (1939), Salvage with a Smile (1940, short); (sc) The ...
by Nabi Hadi
Shah Nawaz supported the rebel son. The situation was soon controlled by Nizam ul-Mulk, who promptly reappeared on the scene. Young Shah Nawaz, the brain behind the mischief, went into hiding for five years. No sooner than the great ...
by Watson E. Mills, Roger Aubrey Bullard
Feigning loyalty to the rebel son, Hushai envisioned himself among a vast army that would fall on David like dew, and failing that, dragging the city that conceals David into the valley "until not even a pebble is found there" (2 Sam 17:7-13).
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