Candide was adapted to film in 1961 by the French companies Courts et Longs Métrages and Société Nouvelle Pathé Cinéma; it was then given English subtitles and distributed in the United States by Union Films.
Television adaptations of Candide were made in 1973 by British Broadcasting Corporation and in 1986 by Public Broadcasting Service.
In 1989, a musical version of Candide was produced by the German company Deutsche Grammophon and the American company Video Music Production, featuring the compositions of Leonard Bernstein.
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