List of films about the American Revolution Wikipedia
This is a list of films and TV films about the American Revolution.1776, or The Hessian Renegades – 1909 film by D.W. Griffith
1776 – 1972 film starring William Daniels, Howard Da Silva, Ken Howard, Donald Madden and John Cullum. Directed by Peter H. Hunt.
America – 1924 film; epic directed by D.W. Griffith and starring Lionel Barrymore.
April Morning – 1987 starring Chad Lowe, Tommy Lee Jones, and Robert Urich.
Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honor – 2003 film starring: Aidan Quinn as Benedict Arnold and Kelsey Grammer as George Washington. The life of Benedict Arnold and how he switched sides in the American Revolution.
Beyond the Mask –2015 film
Cardigan – 1922 film
Drums Along the Mohawk – 1939 film starring: Claudette Colbert and Henry Fonda; Director: John Ford
Independence – 1976 docudrama film directed by John Huston, narrated by E. G. Marshall and starring Eli Wallach, Pat Hingle, Ken Howard and Anne Jackson; shown continuously at Philadelphia's Independence Visitor Center.
John Paul Jones – 1959 film directed by John Farrow, starring Robert Stack and Charles Coburn
Johnny Tremain – 1957 film adaptation of the 1943 Esther Forbes novel starring Hal Stalmaster and, among others, Walter Coy. Directed by Robert Stevenson
La Fayette – 1961 film
Liberty's Kids – 2002 PBS animated series
Revolution – 1985 film starring Al Pacino. Directed by Hugh Hudson
Scouting for Washington – 1917 Edison Studios
Sons of Liberty – 1939 film starring: Claude Rains, Gale Sondergaard; Director: Michael Curtiz.
Sons of Liberty – 2015 miniseries starring Ben Barnes, Rafe Spall, Henry Thomas, Dean Norris and Jason O'Mara; Director: Kari Skogland; produced for broadcast by The History Channel
The Crossing – 2000 film starring: Jeff Daniels, Roger Rees, Director: Robert Harmon; screenwriter Howard Fast based on his novel; produced for broadcast by the Arts and Entertainment cable television network
The Devil's Disciple – 1959 film adaptation of the play by George Bernard Shaw; starring Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas, and Laurence Olivier. Directed by Guy Hamilton
The Devil's Disciple – 1987 TV film adaptation of the play by George Bernard Shaw; starring: Patrick Stewart, Director: David Jones
The Howards of Virginia – 1940 Starring: Cary Grant, Director: Frank Lloyd
The Patriot – 2000 film starring: Mel Gibson, Heath Ledger, Director: Roland Emmerich
The Rebels – 1979 TV miniseries based on the novel by John Jakes, starring Andrew Stevens
The Scarlet Coat – 1955 film directed by John Sturges, focuses on Benedict Arnold
The Spirit of '76 – 1917 film
Turn: Washington's Spies – 2014 AMC television series
Williamsburg: the Story of a Patriot – 1957 film shown at Colonial Williamsburg continually since 1957. Directed by George Seaton, starring Jack Lord.