It is a truth universally acknowledged that the book is always better than the movie, but what fun it can be to watch those movies!
Jane Austen’s novels have been adapted for large and small screens since 1938—from faithful recreations to reinterpretations and modernizations. The films and videos listed for each novel are available today.
Three traditional adaptations and four modern reimaginings bring Austen's first novel to life.
This sparkling work has been adapted and reimagined more often than any of Austen's other novels.
Jane Austen's "problem" novel has been adapted three times for large and small screens.
Eight major adaptations—both period and modern—have been produced for the large and small screen.
Traditional adaptations of Austen's gothic parody have been created for television only twice.
Austen's novel about second chances has inspired three period adaptations and two modernizations.
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