The Broken Wing

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The Broken Wing or Broken Wing may refer to:

Theatre, film and television[edit]

  • The Broken Wing (play), American play by Paul Dickey and Charles W. Goddard; opened at Broadway's 48th Street Theatre on November 29, 1920 and closed in April 1921 following 171 performances
  • The Broken Wing (1923 film), American silent film version of the play; directed by Tom Forman for B. P. Schulberg Productions, with stars Kenneth Harlan, Miriam Cooper and Walter Long
  • The Broken Wing (1932 film), American sound film version of the play; directed by Lloyd Corrigan for Paramount Pictures, with stars Lupe Velez, Leo Carillo and Melvyn Douglas
  • "The Broken Wing", February 9, 1961 (fifth season) episode of 1956–61 American western anthology television series Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre; directed by Don Taylor, with stars Arthur O'Connell and David Ladd
  • "Broken Wing", September 21, 1967, third episode of 1967–68 American western television series Cimarron Strip, starring Stuart Whitman; directed by Sam Wanamaker, with guest stars Pat Hingle and Steve Forrest
  • Broken Wing: A Fable, 2004 American short film directed by Michael Kallio, with stars DJ Perry, Amy Phillips, Michael Kallio and Greg Isley
  • Broken Wing (film), 2012 American animated short; directed by Amos Sussigan; features original music by Mark Slater; nominated for Best Short Film at Hollywood Film Festival

Music[edit]

  • "Broken Wing", 1970 composition by American jazz pianist Richie Beirach, recorded in 1978 by jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist and vocalist Chet Baker
  • Broken Wing, 1979 cool jazz album by American musician Chet Baker; features 1978 studio session recorded in Paris and issued in France by Sonopresse
  • Broken Wing, 2013 EP by American punk rock band Alkaline Trio; released on Epitaph and Heart & Skull; predominantly features songs performed by bassist/vocalist Dan Andriano

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