1972 – directed by Fielder Cook. Starring Kenneth Haigh, Billie Whitelaw, Ralph Richardson, Michael Williams, Ferdy Manye, Georgina Hale, Moses Gunn and John Gielgud. Screenplay by blacklisted writer Millard Lampell. A treatment of the story of Napolean’s exile to the island of St. Helen, along with a former mistress and her husband, a devoted general, a doctor attendant and the daughter of his ex-mistress. Engaging drama features excellent performances, especially Haigh as Napolean and Gielgud as the seedy Lord Sissal.