In 1949, Columbia Pictures released a film based on All the King’s Men and having the same title. It stars Broderick Crawford, John Ireland, and Mercedes McCambridge. It won the 1950 Oscar for Best Picture and garnered other Oscar awards and nominations. The movie is available on videotape.
The novel was adapted for television as an opera by Carlisle Floyd and entitled Willie Stark.
Adrian Hall adapted the novel for his play All the King’s Men, presented by the Trinity Repertory Company of Providence, Rhode Island, in April 1987.
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