The Sea-Wolf Movies & Media Adaptations

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The Sea-Wolf has been the basis for more film adaptations than any of London's other novels. Some examples are The Sea Wolf (1913) with Hobart Bosworth; The Sea Wolf (1920) with Noah Berry; The Sea Wolf (1926) with Ralph Ince; The Sea Wolf (1930) with Milton Sills; The Sea Wolf (1941) directed by Michael Curtiz and starring Edward G. Robinson, Ida Lupino, John Garfield, Gene Lockhart, and Barry Fitzgerald; Vik Larsen (1947), a Czechoslovakian production; Barricade (1950), reworked as a western with Raymond Massey; Wolf Larsen (1958) with Barry Sullivan; and Wolf of the Seven Seas (1975), an Italian film starring Chuck Connors. Certainly, Edward G. Robinson's portrayal of Wolf Larsen is most memorable.

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