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The Bear Movies & Media Adaptations

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Media Adaptations

"The Bear" was made into a motion picture by Frank Stokes in 1972, although the adaptation does not include section four of the story. It can be found on videocassette, distributed by AIMS Media

A 1980 motion picture of "The Bear" was filmed by Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation. This version does not include section four of the story. Available on videocassette.

Barr Films published a similar video in 1981, again focusing on the work as a hunting story.

A reel-to-reel version was written and produced by Bernard Wilets in 1980 and distributed by BFA Educational Media.

There is a cassette tape of many of Faulkner's stones. The cassette is published as The Stories of William Faulkner, Parts I and II, read by Wolfram Kandinsky and Michael Kramer, Books on Tape, 1994.

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