The Devil's Plaything: Fantastic Myths and Fairy Tales | Chicago Reader

The Devil's Plaything: Fantastic Myths and Fairy Tales

A virtually all-silent program, 85 minutes long: Edwin S. Porter's Jack and the Beanstalk (1902), Robert Florey's expressionist The Love of Zero (1928), Charles Klein's The Tell-Tale Heart (1928), some juvenilia from Orson Welles (Hearts of Age, a five-minute avant-garde spoof, codirected with William Vance in 1934), and Ralph Steiner's Pie in the Sky (1935), featuring an early appearance by Elia Kazan.

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