Blue Skies (1929)
Two foundlings find love!
WILLIAM FOX presents
Nobody's Children Become Everybody's Pets
William Fox presents
From the Story by Frederick H. Brennan
ALFRED L. WERKER Production
Enjoying this romance of blushing youth should be child's play for old and young. It tells blissfully how an orphanage yard becomes the Garden of Eden for two fetching youngsters. It whoops with humor and sighs with pathos. A crowd of lively, unforgettable children swarm through feast, famine - recreation, rebellion - jaundice, joy. A likeable lad defies the matron and his own advantage for the sake of a charming sweetheart - and who wouldn't? "Blue Skies" will smile away your blues.
with Helen Twelvetrees and Frank Albertson. Directed by Alfred L. Werker. Fox. Silent with music score and sound effects.
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Last Modified January 6, 2013