Sharpe's Siege (1996 TV Movie)
- Sharpe and Jane are already married by the beginning of the novel.
- Michael Hogan (paralleled by Major-General Ross in the TV movie) dies of fever.
- Horace Bampfylde is a Navy Captain in the novel.
- American privateer Cornelius Killick assists the French in guarding the Teste de Buch.
- The Comte de Maquerre's sister and mother are not in the novel.
- Captain Palmer is a marine captain, not a regular army captain like in the TV movie.
- Sharpe and his men capture the fort before Bampfylde gets close enough. Furthermore, they were disguised as American allies.
- One of the marines is caught sexually assaulting the French girl. After a beating from Harper, he deserts.
- Pierre Ducos does not disguise himself as the mayor of the nearby village.
- Captain Killick suggests the use of quicklime during battle.
- Sharpe's men and the marines escape with the help of Captain Killick.
- Jane did not contract fever. It was only a seasonal cold.
- Sharpe stabs the Comte de Maquerre to death by the newly-built chassée-maree bridge.