Фильмо-, теле- и сценография, связанная с творчеством и жизнью Люси Мод Монтгомери (на английском языке).

Films of L.M. Montgomery’s Work
Фильмы по произведениям Л. М. Монтгомери

1998-2000 г. “Аня из Зеленых Мезонинов, повесть не кончается” — цветной; режиссрес Стефан Скейни, в главной роли Меган Фоллоуз. (Канада)
2000 г. “Аня из Зеленых Мезонинов” — цветной, мультипликация. (Канада)
1998 г. “Эмили из Молодого Месяца” — цветной; режиссер Джордж Блумфильд. (Канада)
1990 г. “Джейн с Маяка” — телефильм, режиссер Кевин Салливан. (Канада)
1989 г. “Дорога в Авонлею” (по роману “Золотая дорога”) — телефильм, цветной; режиссеры Ричард Беннер и Джордж Блумфильд. (Канада)
1985-87 г. “Аня из Зеленых Мезонинов” — телефильм, цветной; режиссер Кевин Салливан, в главной роли Меган Фоллоуз. (Канада, США)
1979 г. “Аня из Зеленых Мезонинов” — мультипликация, цветной. (Япония, на японском языке)
1972-75 г. “Аня из Зеленых Мезонинов” — телефильм, цветной; режиссер Джоан Крофт, в главной роли Ким Брейден. (Великобритания)
1956 г. “Аня из Зеленых Мезонинов” — черно-белый, музыкальный; режиссер Дональд Харрон, в главной роли Тоби Тарноу. (Канада)
1940 г. “Аня из Шумящих Тополей” — черно-белый; режиссер Джек Хайвли. (США)
1934 г. “Аня из Зеленых Мезонинов” — черно-белый; режиссер Джордж Николс. (США)
1919 г. “Аня из Зеленых Мезонинов” — черно-белый, немой; режиссер Уильям Тейлор, в главной роли Мэри Майлз Минтер. (США)

Anne Of Green Gables (1919)
information from the Internet Movie Database
Distributed by Realert Films

Anne Of Green Gables (1934)
79 min., B&W
information from the Internet Movie Database
Distributed by RKO Pictures
The actress Anne Shirley was previously known as Dawn O’Day but her real name was Dawn Paris.
P.O Heggie who played Matthew died soon after the film was finished, hence why Matthew lived at the end of this film but was dead by the time the film sequel was made.
This film is available on video

Anne of Windy Poplars (1940)
86 min., B&W
information from the Internet Movie Database
Distributed by RKO Pictures
Lucy Maud Montgomery was paid $150 for the title “The Man Who Wouldn’t Talk” which is incorporated in the Anne of Windy Poplars by RKO for the title of a film based on this story.
Distributed in the United Kingdom as Anne Of Windy Willows

Anne de Green Gables (1957)
59 minutes, B&W
Directed by Jacques Gautier
Adapted and translated by Jean Hamelin
Broadcast on “Theatre Populaire”, CBFT, Sept. 8, 1957

Anne Of Green Gables (1972)
4 hours 40 min.
BBC Television Serialization in 5 parts. First broadcast Feb. 20, 1972
Directed by Joan Craft
Produced by John McRae
Dramatized by Julia Jones
Partial cast list:
Kim Braden………. Anne Shirley
Barbara Hamilton…. Marilla Cuthbert
Elliott Sullivan…. Matthew Cuthbert

Anne Of Avonlea (1975)
5 hours 50 min.
BBC Television Serialization in 6 parts. First broadcast Jan. 26, 1975
Directed by Joan Craft
Produced by John McRae
Dramatized by Elaine Morgan
Partial cast list:
Christopher Blake… Gilbert Blythe
Kim Braden………. Anne Shirley
Jan Francis……… Diana Barry
Barbara Hamilton…. Marilla Cuthbert

I Know A Secret (1982)
25 min. Colour
Directed by Bruce Pittman
Screenplay by Amy Jo Cooper
Distributed by Atlantis Films, Toronto
Adaption of a short story, published in “Good Housekeeping” August 1935, pp.22-25

Anne Of Green Gables (1985)
198 minutes, Colour
information from the Internet Movie Database
Produced by Sullivan Films, Toronto for CBC TV, Canada
Available on videotape and DVD
First Broadcast Dec. 1, 1985 on CBC Television
This is the film that started the resurgence in Lucy Maud Montgomery’s popularity. It was the highest watched non-event television show ever in Canadian history.

Anne Of Gables, The Sequel (1987)
In the U.S. this is known as “Anne Of Avonlea”
Available on videotape and DVD
information from the Internet Movice Database
Produced by Sullivan Films, Toronto for CBC TV, Canada

Jane of Lantern Hill (1990)
In the U.S. this is known as “Lantern Hill”
information from the Internet Movie Database
Produced by Sullivan Films, Toronto for CBC TV, Canada
Available on video

Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (2000)
Available on videotape and DVD
Produced by Sullivan Films, Toronto for CBC TV, Canada
First broadcast on the CBC in 2000

Television of L.M. Montgomery’s Work
Emily of New Moon
produced by Salter Street Films International and CINAR
Filmed entirely on Prince Edward Island
Emily of New Moon is currently being broadcast internationally in 26 countries.
There are four seasons of the show (the show ended production in Feb. 2000)
Information from the Internet Movie Database

Road To Avonlea
produced by Sullivan Entertainment
Filmed in Uxbridge, Ontario with location shots on Prince Edward Island
Available on video
titled “Avonlea” in the U.S.
Original run of show in Canada: 1990-1996
Original run of show in the U.S.: 1990-1996
Merchandise is available
Starting with the fourth season the episodes are listed in Disney’s original broadcast order.
Running times (in minutes) are rounded to the nearest minute and include next week’s preview when there was one.
Cast List:
Sara Polley……. Sara Stanley
Jackie Burroughs.. Aunt Hetty King
Cedric Smith…… Uncle Alec King
Lally Cadeau…… Aunt Janet King
Gema Zamprogna…. Felicity King
Harmony Cramp….. Cecily King
Zachary Bennett… Felix
Mag Ruffman……. Aunt Olivia Dale
R.H. Thompson….. Uncle Jasper Dale
Patricia Hamilton. Rachel Lynde

Produced by Sullivan Films, Toronto for CBC TV, Canada and Disney Channel, U.S.
First season episodes:
The Journey Begins (58)
The Story Girl Earns Her Name (46)
Proof of the Pudding (49)
The Quarantine At Alexander Abraham’s (47)
Aunt Abigail’s Beau (49)
Malcolm and the Baby (48)
Conversions (46)
The Witch of Avonlea (54)
The Materializing of Duncan (47)
The Hope Chest of Arabella King (47)
Felicity’s Challenge (46)
Song of the Night (50)
Nothing Endures But Change (48)
Second season episodes:
How Kissing Was Discovered (47)
Family Rivalry (48)
Aunt Hetty’s Ordeal (50)
Of Corsets and Secrets and True True Love (50)
Sara’s Homecoming (47)
Old Quarrels, Old Love (46)
May the Best Man Win (48)
Sea Ghost (47)
All That Glitters (48)
Dreamer of Dreams (48)
It’s Just A Stage (47)
A Mother’s Love (48)
Misfits and Miracles (49)
Third season episodes:
Sister of the Bride (50)
But When She Was Bad… She Was Horrid [part 1] (47)
But When She Was Bad… She Was Horrid [part 2] (47)
Felix and Blackie (47)
Facts and Fictions (50)
Aunt Janet’s Rebellion (46)
A Dark and Stormy Night (49)
True Confessions (47)
Friends and Relations (47)
After the Honeymoon (47)
High Society (47)
The Calamitous Courting of Hetty King (47)
Old Friends, Old Wounds
Fourth season episodes:
Tug of War (48)
The Lady and the Blade (49)
Incident At Vernon River (53)
Sara and the Marshal (47)
Boys Will Be Boys (47)
Evelyn (47)
Felicity’s Grand Design (47)
Heirs and Graces (47)
Hearts and Flowers (47)
Felicity’s Perfect Beau (47)
The Disappearance (47)
Jasper’s Home Movie (51)
Hearth and Home (47)
Fifth season episodes:
Memento Mori (47)
Modern Times (47)
Fathers and Sons (47)
A Friend in Need (47)
Stranger in the Night (47)
Enter Prince Charming [part 1] (50)
The Minister’s Wife [part 2] (49)
The Great Race
Someone to Believe In
Strictly Melodrama
Thursday’s Child
Best Laid Plans
Otherwise Engaged

Stage Productions of L.M. Montgomery’s Work
Rainbow Valley (1999)
From the novel by L.M. Montgomery
Script and lyrics by Hank Stinson
Music by Dean Burry
Produced by The Castle Co.
Visit the The Castle Co. website

Anne
From the novel by L.M. Montgomery
Adapted by Paul Ledoux
Produced by Young Peoples Theatre, Toronto
Directed by Patricia Vanstone
Visit the Young Peoples Theatre website

Emily of New Moon (1998)
From the novel by L.M. Montgomery
Adapted and Composed by Hank Stinson
Musiv by Dean Burry
Script sample available
visit the Emily of New Moon Website

The Blue Castle (1997)
From the novel by L.M. Montgomery
Adapted and Composed by Hank Stinson
Addition music by Helen MacRae
Script sample available
visit the Blue Castle Website

The Wooden Hill (1994)
Written by Don Hannah
Based on the Journals of L.M. Montgomery
Script available from Christopher Banks & Associates
Description by Kathleen Donohue (kdonohue@uoguelph.ca):

“The Wooden Hill” starts out with Lucy Maud Montgomery as an old woman in her home on Riverside Drive in Toronto, with her husband Ewan, who has mental problems. Her son Stuart enters and after finding out that he has enlisted to join in WWII (he’s a doctor), Lucy Maud is so upset that she begins to look back on her life, with the help of her old imaginary friend, Katie Maurice (who she saw in the glass in the parlour, just like Emily and her imaginary friend!!). Lucy Maud travels back in time and we see her going through difficult times with her sour old grandparents, who brought her up, and then visiting her father out west, who went there after his wife died.
Anne Of Green Gables, The Musical (1965)
Music by Norman Campbell
Lyrics by Donald Harron, Elaine Campbell, Mavor Moore, Norman Campbell
produced each summer as part of the Charlottetown Festival
ISBN 0-5730-8039-9
Canadian National Tour, 1967
Expo ’70, Osaka, Japan, 1970
Broadway, 1971
Anne Of Green Gables (1937)
By Wilbur Braun (pseud. Alice Chadwicke)
Published by Samuel French (New York and Toronto)
Drama in 3 acts
Anne Of Avonlea (1940)
By James Reach (pseud. Jeanette Carlisle),
Published by Samuel French (New York and Toronto)
Comedy in 3 acts