Production: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Corp.; Technicolor (opening and closing sequences in black and white), 35mm; running time: 101 minutes. Released 25 August 1939; re-released 1948.
Production: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; black and white and colour; running time: 132 minutes.
Screenplay: Dusan Makavejev; photography: Pega Popovic and Aleksander Perkovíc.
Production: Universal Pictures; Technicolor, 35mm; running time: 99 minutes. Released 1956.
Production: Tianma Film Studio, Shanghai; color; running time: 114 minutes; length: 10,223 feet. Released 1964.
Production: Domirev; 35mm; running time: 90 minutes. Released 1975.
Production: Wenhua Film Company, Shanghai, 35mm; running time: 85 minutes. Released September, 1948.
Production: Arcadia Films (Paris), Les Films de l'Avenir (Ouagadougou), and Thelma Film (Zürich); color, 35mm; running time: 90 minutes; length: 2465 meters (Sweden). Released 1989; filmed in Tougouzagué Village, Burkina Faso.
Production: Golden Way Films, A Golden Harvest presentation; colour, 35mm; running time: 96 minutes. Released January 1988.
Production: Grupo Ukamau (Bolivia); black and white, 35mm; running time: 74 minutes. Released 1969.
Production: Les Films Cissé, in association with Atriascop and Midas, with assistance from the government of Mali, the Burkino Faso Ministry of Information and Culture, the French Ministry of Culture, CNC, UTA, WDR Television; in color; running time: 106 minutes, English version 104 minutes; length: 9,401 feet. Released 1987.
Production: Champs-Elysées/Lux; black and white; running time: 90 minutes, some sources say 88 minutes; length: 7,885 feet. Released 1959.
Production: Toho, in association with Kurosawa Films; black and white, Tohoscope; running time: 110 minutes.
Production: Twentieth Century-Fox; black and white, 35mm; running time: 100 minutes. Released 1939.
Production: Reggane Films (Algeria) and O.N.C.I.C. (France); EastmanColor (print by Technicolor), 35mm; running time: 123 minutes, American version: 127 minutes, Canadian version: 152 minutes, West German version: 145 minutes; length: 3472 meters.
Production: Shochiku; black and white, 35mm; running time: 143 minutes.
Screenplay: Zivojin Pavlovic, from his short story "Pavolvic's Legends" and another, "Po Treci Put," by Antonije Isakovic; photography: Milorad Jaksic-Fando; editor: Olga Skirigin; art director: Dragolub Ivkov; music: Archival.
Production: VUFKU (Kiev); black and white, 35mm, silent; length: 1704 meters, 6 reels. Released 8 April 1930, Kiev.
Producer: E. Waisberg; screenplay: Andrei Tarkovsky, Aleksandr Misharin; photography: Georgi Rerberg; editor: L.
Production: Argui-Film; black and white, 35mm; running time: 44 minutes, some sources list 47 minutes; length: 1200 meters. Filmed 24 December 1932 to 22 January 1933 in Gaumont studios.