Mircea (Proud Heritage) (1989)  --  1393, Ottoman Empire had to go through Romania; King Mircea of the Old Romanian Principate of Valahia decides to fight

Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula (2000)-- 1456-1476 Vlad Dracula of Transylvania fights Ottoman Turks; Ottoman Empire (1299-1922)

Intoarcerea lui voda lapusneanu (The Return of Prince Lapusneanu) (1979)  --  1564, Moldavia, the Prince seeks revenge for his Turkish exile

Mihai Viteazul (aka Michael the Brave) (1970)  -- the king who united three provinces into Romania in the 17th century despite opposition from the Ottoman and Austrian Empires

Nemuritorii (The Immortals) (1974)  --  warriors of Romanian lord Mihai (1611) attacked by Turks while bringing the lord's battle flag back from Austria

Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

Stefan cel Mare (Stephen the Great) (1974) – Stephen the Great or the 'Saint' ruled Moldavia, 1457-1504; fought the Ottoman Empire and Hungary

Alexandru Lapusneanu (????) – Alexandru Lăapuşsneanu was Prince of Moldavia 1552-1561 and 1564-1568

Neamul Soimarestilor (The Hawk; The Soimaresti Family) (1965) – war in 1600s Romania (Moldova)

X Horea (Castles Aflame in Transylvania) (1984)  --  Revolt of Horea, Cloşsca and Crişsan (November 1784 - February 1785) against feudal serfdom in Transylvania, Romania

Dmitriy Kantemir (1974)  --  Moldavia (now part of Romania), 1700s

Trandafirul galben (The Yellow Rose) (1982) – outlaw fights corrupt politics in 1800s Romania

Drumul oaselor (1980)  --  1848 Romania (revolution in Moldavia, Wallachia, and Transylvania)


X Padurea spânzuratilor (Forest of the Hanged) (1964) --  Romanian in service of Austro-Hungarian military in WWI refuses to fight the Romanians


Oglinda (aka The Mirror) (1975)  --   Romania during World War II with King Michael Coup; Prime Minister Marshal Ion Victor Antonescu ruled 1940 to 1944