Name the film from the book cover.

A movie adaptation is rarely the first time someone gets to give a visual representation of a book. It is usually the cover illustrator who gets the job to draw how he thinks the story should look.

However, as soon as a book is turned into a movie, the illustrator's work is usually thrown in the bin only to be quickly replaced by a "you've seen the movie... now read the book" approximation of the movie poster as a cover. But what about these early visualisations of the story : can you recognise the story from how the illustrators of the early editions thought they should look?

So.. if you are well read, name the book the cover is from. If not, what film are the following images trying to represent?
Correct answers will highlight in green as soon as they are typed.

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Enter the name of the film/book in the box below the picture.
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