The Blue Bird (1918)
Release Date: Mar 31, 1918 Wide
Average Rating: 3.6/5
User Ratings: 604
While most of the plays and novels of Maurice Maeterlinck have proved virtually impossible to film, the author's allegorical fantasy The Blue Bird has been translated to the screen no fewer than three times. The first version, directed by Maurice Tourneur and designed by Tourneur's favorite art director Ben Carre, was arguably the most visually impressive of the three (though the 1940 version, starring Shirley Temple), ran a close second. The story is the familiar one about two mittel-European
Mar 31, 1918 Wide
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William J. Gross
Grandpa Gaffer Tyl
Edwin E. Reed
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