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- Svengali (1983) (TV) Played by Peter O'Toole (as Anton Bosnyak)
- "BBC Play of the Month"
- Trilby (1976) TV episode, Played by Alan Badel
- "Saturday Playhouse"
- Trilby (1959) TV episode, Played by Stephen Murray
- Svengali (1954) Played by Donald Wolfit
- "Studio One in Hollywood"
... aka "Studio One" - USA (original title)
... aka "Studio One Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
... aka "Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
... aka "Westinghouse Studio One" - USA (alternative title)
... aka "Westinghouse Summer Theatre" - USA (summer title)
- Trilby (1950) TV episode, Played by Arnold Moss
- Svengali (1931) Played by John Barrymore
- Svengali (1927) Played by Paul Wegener
- Trilby (1923) Played by Arthur Edmund Carewe
- Tense Moments with Great Authors (1922) Played by Charles Garry
- Trilby (1915) Played by Wilton Lackaye
- The Adventures of Pimple: Trilby (1914) Played by Joe Evans
- Trilby (1914) Played by Herbert Beerbohm Tree
- Svengali (1914) Played by Ferdinand Bonn
- Three Tales of Terror (1912) Played by Paul Askonas
... aka "Trilby" - Austria (original title)
... aka "Trilogy of Terror" - International (English title)
- Trilby and Svengali (1911) Played by Theo Frenkel
- Filmmakers vs. Tycoons (2005) Played by John Barrymore
... aka "Cineastas contra magnates" - Spain (original title)
- "Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood"
- Opportunity Lost (1995) TV episode, Played by Herbert Beerbohm Tree
- When the Talkies Were Young (1955) Played by John Barrymore (as Maestro Svengali)
Anton Bosnyak: Quite a little snot nose, that girl, always answering back.
Eve Swiss: When I took lessons from you, you never used to let me say 'boo!'
Anton Bosnyak: You had no talent. That always irritates me.
Eve Swiss: So why did you keep taking my money, then?
Anton Bosnyak: Somebody had to prove to you that you could not sing.
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