The Wives of the Dead Movies & Media Adaptations

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Blackstone Audiobooks has released a 450-mi-nute audiocassette of Walter Covell and others reading Hawthorne's Tanglewood Tales. Dick Hill reads Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter on a CD released by Brilliance in 2001.

Durkin-Hayes Audio publishes an audiocassette of Winifred Phillips reading Hawthorne's short story masterpiece, "The Birthmark."

Turner Classic Movies now has the rights to the 1926 silent film of The Scarlet Letter, based on Hawthorne's classic novel. The film, shown occasionally on cable television, stars Lillian Gish, Lisa Anne Miller, and Mark Northam. The Scarlet Letter has been adapted for film a number of times since then. The most recent adaptation, available on video, is Hollywood Pictures' 1995 The Scarlet Letter, starring Demi Moore and Gary Oldman.

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