Production: Cia. Cinematográfica Vera Cruz; black and white; running time: 105 minutes.
Production: Panaria Films and Roche Productions; Technicolor, 35mm; running time: 100 minutes, some sources list 98 minutes; Le carrosse d'or length: 2800 meters. Released 27 February 1953, Paris.
Production: Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.; black and white, 35mm; running time: 102 minutes.
Production: Spéva Films and Paris-Film-Production; black and white, 35mm; running time: 96 minutes. Released 16 April 1952, Paris.
Production: RKO Radio Pictures Inc.; black and white, 35mm; running time: 73 minutes. Released December 1942.
Production: Films du Losange, Action Films, Films Christian Fechner, Films 7, Renn Productions, Saga, Simar Films, VM Productions; colour, 35mm; running time: 192 minutes.
Production: Arthur Cohn Productions in association with Martine and Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre (MACT Prods, France), Videofilms (Brazil), Riofilme (Brazil), and Canal Plus (France); color, 35 mm; running time: 106 minutes. Released 16 January 1998 in Switzerland; U.S.
Production: Paramount Pictures/Rafran/San Marco; color (Techniscope), 35mm; running time: 168 minutes, some American prints are 144 minutes and various other prints of different timings are available. Released 28 May 1969, New York.
Production: Cine Experimental de la Universidad de Chile, Cinematografia Tercer Mundo; black and white, 16mm and 35mm; running time: 88 minutes.
Production: Television Rencontre (Lausanne), Nordeutscher Rundfunk (Hamburg), and Société Suisse de Radiodiffusion (Lausanne); black and white, 16mm; running time: original version—270 minutes, commercial release—256 minutes, other versions—245 minutes. Released 5 April 1971, Paris.
Production: Albatros; black and white, silent, seven reels; running time: 114 minutes. Released 1927; re-released 1984.
Production: Greenwich Film (Paris), Jet Film (Barcelona), and Dean Film (Rome); Eastmancolor, 35mm, Panavision; running time: 105 minutes. Released 15 September 1972, Paris.
Production: R. D.
Production: Vufku (Ukraine); black and white, 35mm, silent; running time: 67 minutes. Released 1929.
Production: Andy Warhol Films; black and white and Eastmancolor, 16mm; running time: 195 minutes, other versions are 210 and 205 minutes. Released 15 September 1966; uncut reels were projected side by side; in the general release version, the 1st reel appeared screen right, and a few minutes later, the second appeared screen left.
Production: Black and white, 35mm, silent; running time: 17 minutes, some sources state 24 minutes; length: 430 meters. Released April 1929, Paris; re-released 1960 with musical soundtrack.
Production: Internacional Films Española and Alpine Productions, presented by Harry Saltzman; black and white, 35mm; running time: Chimes at Midnight 119 minutes, English version 115 minutes. Released May 1966.
Production: Paramount Pictures, Penthouse, and The Long Road Productions; Technicolor, 35mm, Panavision; running time: 131 minutes. Released 21 June 1974.