Young Goodman Brown (1972)
From the Disc Jacket:
The witch-burning days of New England are graphically recalled in this film adaptation of Nathaniel Hawthorne's classic short story. It deals with man's basic persuasion towards destruction, and his often insufficient sophistication to productively utilize exotic information. The video employs symbolic visuals and ominous music to dramatize a series of supernatural ceremonies that produce the same ambiguity as Hawthorne's original story.
"Because it has been so well dramatized, this film makes Hawthorne's story vivid to viewers of any academic level."
-- English Journal