The Deserter

The Deserter can refer to several creative works including:

* "The Deserter" is a 1912 silent film by Thomas H. Ince.
* "The Deserter" is a 1916 war poem by Winifred Mary Letts.
* "The Deserter" is a 1933 film by Vsevolod Pudovkin.
* "The Deserter" is a 1964 novel by Douglas LePan.
* "The Deserter" is a 1971 film by Niksa Fulgosi and Burt Kennedy.
* "" is the sixteenth episode in the television series "".
* "The Deserter" is also a traditional song. A modern rock version of the tune was included in Fairport Convention's album Liege & Lief.
* "The Deserter" was also an unpublished comics feature by DC Comics, with the first issue premiering in the Cancelled Comics Cavalcade.

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