It seems a very hard task to list just only some of the different retellings, versions and endings that I have in my collection. Of course, that task can take a lot of time. In this moment I can't be generous with my time but I will do that sometime later on.
In fact, there are countless stories of Little Red Riding Hood because every story has been told in different times, and by different people with different backgrounds and interests.
However, it is not only the point of view of the writer that matters, the illustrator can give us another interpretation through his pictures.
Here followed a short list of LRRH tales that could be found in the Internet but I have to say that I had a selection of Little Rid Riding Hood' tales that were available in Youtube but the link is no longer valid for copyright reasons, because of that I removed all of them from my list.
Numerous authors have rewritten or adapted this tale.
Andrew Lang retold the story as "The True History of Little Goldenhood" in The Red Fairy Book, explicitly saying that the story had been mistold. The girl was saved, but not by the huntsman; when the wolf tried to eat her, its mouth was burned by the golden hood she wore, which was enchanted.
Bruno Bettelheim, in The Uses of Enchantment, recast the Little Red Riding Hood motif in terms of classic Freudian analysis, that shows how fairy tales educate, support, and liberate the emotions of children.
In the twentieth century, the popularity of the tale appeared to snowball, with many new versions being written and produced, especially in the wake of Freudian analysis, deconstruction and feminist critical theory. See below for a number of modern adaptations.
Walt Disney Caperucita Roja, Los Tres Cerditos y El Lobo FerozLittle Rural Riding Hood
All the better to eat you with (English Version)