It’s a Bird

Harold L. Muller (1930)

A junk man travels to Africa to find a rare metal-eating bird.

Excerpt from a bizarre 1930 stop-motion animation piece featuring Charley R. Bowers, Lowell Thomas, and a metal-eating bird. The creature devours junk from an auto scrapyard, then lays an egg that hatches and grows into a brand new car! Very impressive effects for pre-CGI animation. Directed by Harold L. Muller.


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