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The Blackbird

The Blackbird

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There's no honor among thieves in director Tod Browning's delirious tale of love and betrayal starring Lon Chaney, Owen Moore and Renee Adoree. a notorious Limehouse criminal, Dan Tate (Chaney) lives a double life. As feared underworld figure the Blackbird, he hides in plain sight posing as his imaginary brother, the Bishop, a kind-but-crippled preacher who runs the local mission. Infatuated with charming French music hall performer Fifi Lorraine (Adoree), Tate's affections turn to envy when she falls for West End Bertie (Moore), a handsome gentleman thief. With jealousy clouding his reason, Tate employs both his identities in a sinister scheme to destroy his rival and keep Fifi for himself.

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    Title: The Blackbird
    Genre: Drama-Classics (Silent Films)
    Starring: Andy McLennan, Ren e Ador e, Lon Chaney, Renée Adorée, Doris Lloyd, Andy MacLennan, William Weston, Sidney Bracy, Owen Moore, Billy Mack
    Director: Tod Browning
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, Full Frame
    Release Date: 5/17/2012
    Original Year: 1926
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 648795
    UPC: 883316487952
    Item #: 280485X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 5/17/2012
    Closed Caption: No
    Run Time: 86 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives