Age of Napoleon

Napoleon and Josephine: A Love Story (1987)
Love affair of Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine de Beauharnais
Napoleon (1955)
Film made by the French
Joséphine (2006)
Napoleon and Josephine
A Royal Divorce (1938)
Napoleon and Josephine
Passion in the Desert (1997)
Young French officer in Egypt during Napoleon Bonaparte's campaign to capture the country
Adieu Bonaparte (1985)
Reactions of three Egyptian brothers to French Occupation and crushing of Mameluke rule
Raffl (1985)
Franz Raffl betrays the great rebel leader Andreas Hofer fighting the French and Bavarians and becomes the "Judas of Tyrol", 1809
Holy Land of Tyrol (2010)
Katharina and her husband escape from Bavaria to Tyrol and get into a revolutionary hotspot with leader Andreas Hofer
Kolberg (1945)
Napoleon’s troops in Germany have isolated Kolberg, but the citizens refuse to surrender; French prepare massive bombardments (April-July 1807); last film of the Third Reich
War and Peace (1956)
Napoleon in Russia
Napoleon's invasion of Russia, 1812 (from Tolstoy's great novel)
War and Peace (1966)
Napoleon in Russia
Expensive Russian version of War and Peace
War & Peace (1972)
Napoleon in Russia
War and Peace with Anthony Hopkins
Pushkin: Poslednyaya duel (2006)
Napoleon in Russia
Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837), considered greatest Russian poet
Poslednyaya doroga (1986)
Napoleon in Russia
Death and the 'last road' of Aleksandr Pushkin
1814 (2007)
Napoleon in Russia
Mystery story in the time of Pushkin
Imperial Venus (1962)
After Russian Defeat
Italian/French production of story of Paolina Bonaparte, sister of Emperor Napoleon I
Madame (1962)
After Russian Defeat
Wife of Marshal Lefebvre, one of Napoleon's generals and Marshal of France, who constantly gets him into trouble
Waterloo (1970)
After Russian Defeat
Napoleon in his second romp defeated in this 1815 battle
Eagle in a Cage (1972)
After Russian Defeat
Napoleon's exile on St. Helena
Monsieur N. (2003)
After Russian Defeat
Conjecture that Napoleon did not die on St. Helena
Betzi (1980)
After Russian Defeat
Imprisonment of Napoleon Bonaparte on St Helena
N (Io e Napoleone) (2006)
After Russian Defeat
The librarian on Elba Island hates Napoleon, but learns to respect him
Conquest (1937)
After Russian Defeat
A Polish countess (played by the great Garbo) becomes the mistress of Napoleon in an attempt to gain freedom for her country
Marysia i Napoleon (1966)
After Russian Defeat
Polish film about Maria Walewska uses her sensuality to try to convince Napoleon to help liberate Poland
Mlle. Desiree (1942)
After Russian Defeat
Désirée Clary once the fiancée of Napoleon Bonaparte and later Queen of Sweden & Norway as wife of King Charles XIV John
Desiree (1954)
After Russian Defeat
The future queen and king of Sweden and Napoleon; a seamstress loves Napoleon, but his marriage to aristocrat Josephine spoils her dreams
The Kautokeino Rebellion (2008)
After Russian Defeat
Religious and cultural reawakening inspires rebellion in a 19th century Norwegian Saami village
Madame Bovary (1991)
After Russian Defeat
The then scandalous portrait of a bored middle-class married woman engaging in adultery
The Duellists (1977)
After Russian Defeat
One man is obsessed with killing another, duel over a period of fifteen years covering the Napoleonic era
Napoleon and Love (1974)
After Russian Defeat
Love life of Napoleon
Fanny Elssler (1937)
After Russian Defeat
Metternich has Fanny Elsser keep the Duke of Reichstadt (future Napoleon II, ruled 1815) out of French politics, but the two fall in love
L’aiglon (1931)
After Russian Defeat
Napoleon
Damn the Defiant! (1962)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Based on the Spithead and Nore mutinies, in the form of strikes for better pay and conditions, by sailors of the Royal Navy in 1797 during war with the French Revolutionary government
Sea Devils (1953)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Woman working as a double agent for England in France and the English fishermen turned smuggler who loves her
The Nelson Affair (1973)
English Opponents of Napoleon
British film on the Lord Nelson-Lady Hamilton affair; Nelson puts an end to Napoleon's naval threat
That Hamilton Woman (1941)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Lord Horatio Nelson and Lady Emma Hart Hamilton 1801
The Divine Lady (1928)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Silent about Nelson, Lady Nelson and Emma Hart in a triangular affair
Emma Hamilton (1968)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Rise of Emma, a young shepherdess to the wife of Horatio Nelson
I Remember Nelson (1982)
English Opponents of Napoleon
TV mini-series presenting Nelson as seen from viewpoints of his wife, his mistress's husband, Captain Hardy and a common seaman
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)
English Opponents of Napoleon
English naval ship against a more powerful and faster French ship during the Napoleonic Wars, 1805
Sharpe’s Challenge (2006)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Battle of Waterloo, 1815
The Iron Duke (1934)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Historical drama about the Duke of Wellington starring George Arliss
Lines of Wellington (2012)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Mostly about the retreat back to the defense lines built by Wellington around Lisbon following the defeat at Serra do Bucaco
Lady Caroline Lamb (1972)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Novelist famous for a tempestuous affair with Lord Byron in 1812; (was also involved with the Duke of Wellington who defeated Napoleon)
Byron (2003)
English Opponents of Napoleon
The famous English poet who led a scandalous existence
Shelley (1972)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Famous British author
Becoming Jane (2007)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Early love affair of Jane Austen that affected her later writing
Children of the Century (1999)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Love affair between female writer George Sand and poet Alfred de Musset
Farewell Waltz (1934)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Frédéric Chopin and George Sand
Farewell (1934)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Frederic Chopin and George Sand
A Prussian Love Story (1938)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Frederic Chopin
A Song to Remember (1945)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Frederic Chopin
Young Chopin (1952)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Formative years between 1825 and 1831
Impromptu (1991)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Novelist George Sand and composer Frederic Chopin
Chopin. Pragnienie milosci (2002)
English Opponents of Napoleon
Frederic Chopin
La leyenda del tambor (1981)
Spanish Opposition to Napoleon
1808, Napoleonic army enters Catalonia; at the second battle of the Bruch the reverberations of a drummer boy's drum caused the French to think there were many more Spanish soldiers than there actually were
The Pride and the Passion (1957)
Spanish Opposition to Napoleon
Spanish Revolution Against Napoleon 1810
Goya in Bordeaux (1999)
Spanish Opposition to Napoleon
Spanish painter Francisco Goya (maja is a pretty woman)
Volavérunt (1999)
Spanish Opposition to Napoleon
Goya and the Duchess of Alba, Goya's "Naked Maja" starring Aitana Sánchez-Gijón and Penélope Cruz
The Naked Maja (1958)
Spanish Opposition to Napoleon
Goya and the Duchess of Alba starring Ava Gardner
Goya (1985)
Spanish Opposition to Napoleon
TV mini-series; lots of history
Goya’s Ghosts (2006)
Spanish Opposition to Napoleon
Goya and the Spanish Inquisition
The Siege (1950)
Spanish Opposition to Napoleon
Goya and the Spanish Inquisition
I megali stigmi tou ’21: Papaflessas (1971)
Greece
The Greek revolution against the Turks (1821)
Bouboulina (1959)
Greece
Laskarina Bouboulina, naval commander and heroine of Greek War of Independence (1821-1832)
Nezrimyy puteshestvennik (1999)
Other
December of 1825, last days of the Russian Emperor Aleksandr I (known for the victory over Napoleon in 1812)
Der Herzog von Reichstadt (1931)
Other
Story of King Napoleon II, who ruled less than a month in 1815 (aka Herzog von Reichstadt), son of Napoleon I and second wife, Marie Louise of Austria
The Death Agony of the Eagles (1933)
Other
Napoleon II of France
Immortal Beloved (1994)
Other
Speculation on loves of Beethoven (1795-1815)
Spring Symphony (1983)
Other
Composer Robert Schumann
Mazeppa (1993)
Other
Biography of French Romantic painter Theodore Gericault (1791-1824) who painted the controversial "Raft of the Medusa" (1819)
The House of Rothschild (1934)
Other
Biography of the Rothschild family of financiers whose fortune was laid during the latter stages of the Napoleonic Wars