[Patrick Regan has kindly shared the material from his Robert Buchanan site with readers of the Victorian Web, who may wish to consult the original.]

Several of Buchanan's works were adapted for the cinema during the early silent period. All the films were made in England and the following details are courtesy of IMDB:

Fra Giacone (1913) (presumably based on the poem, "Fra Giacomo") Produced by Eric Williams Speaking Pictures. Starring Eric Williams as The Count.

The Charlatan (1916) (based on the play of the same name)

Matt (based on the novel, 1918)

A Man's Shadow (based on Buchanan's play adapted from Jules Mary's Roger la Honte, 1920)

The Lights of Home (based on the play by Buchanan and George R. Sims, 1920)

The English Rose (based on the play by Buchanan and George R. Sims, 1920)

Love in an Attic (based on the poem, "The Little Milliner," 1923)


Last modified 27 September 2002