|The Ugly Duckling|
|Directed by||Alexander Butler|
|Produced by||G.B. Samuelson|
|Starring|| Albert Ray |
|Distributed by||General Film Distributors|
|6,000 feet |
The Ugly Duckling is a 1920 British silent comedy film directed by Alexander Butler and starring Albert Ray, Florence Turner and Maudie Dunham. It was one of several films made by the British producer G.B. Samuelson at Universal City, California. 
"The Ugly Duckling" is a Danish literary fairy tale by Danish poet and author Hans Christian Andersen (1805–1875). It was first published on 11 November 1843 in New Fairy Tales. First Volume. First Collection, with three other tales by Andersen in Copenhagen, Denmark to great critical acclaim. The tale has been adapted to various media including opera, musical, and animated film. The tale is an original story by Andersen.
"The Ugly Duckling" is a story by Hans Christian Andersen.
Elizabeth Maud Edwards, professionally known as Maudie Edwards, was a Welsh actress, radio broadcaster, comedian, dancer and singer, best remembered for having spoken the first line of dialogue in soap opera Coronation Street, and playing Elsie Lappin in the first two episodes. She was previously best known to listeners of the radio programme Welsh Rarebit, which attracted weekly audiences of 10 million.
The Ugly Duckling is an animated film from 1939 by Walt Disney, based on the 1843 fairy tale "The Ugly Duckling" by Hans Christian Andersen. The film was directed by Jack Cutting and Clyde Geronimi, and released in theaters on April 7, 1939. Music was composed by Albert Hay Malotte, who was uncredited for the film. The animated short was first distributed by RKO Radio Pictures.
Albert Ray was an American film director, actor, and screenwriter. He directed more than 70 films between 1920 and 1939. He also appeared in 18 films between 1915 and 1922. He was born in New Rochelle, New York and died in Los Angeles, California.
Laughter and Tears is a 1921 British-Dutch silent drama film directed by B. E. Doxat-Pratt. The film is extant in copies at the British Film Institute(BFI) and the Nederlands Filmmuseum.
The Ugly Duckling and Me! is a 2006 Danish-British-French animated film directed by Michael Hegner and Karsten Kiilerich. Intended for a family audience, it is a modern adaptation of the 1843 fairy tale "The Ugly Duckling" by Hans Christian Andersen. The Yorkshire Post described it as a "feel good" film for family audiences. It also won an award at the China International Cartoon and Digital Art Festival. The film initially premiered in Denmark on October 6, 2006.
What Money Can Buy is a 1928 British silent drama film directed by Edwin Greenwood and starring Madeleine Carroll, Humberston Wright and John Longden. The screenplay concerns a man who makes a bet that he can seduce a woman.
The Ugly Duckling is a 1959 British black science fiction comedy film, directed by Lance Comfort and starring Bernard Bresslaw, Jon Pertwee and Reginald Beckwith. The film is a comic adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's 1886 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde storyline and the opening credits include "with ideas stolen from Robert Louis Stevenson". The film has no connection to the Hans Christian Andersen story. The tagline on posters was "He's a changed man after taking Jekyll's family remedy."
Maudie is a diminutive form to the female given name Maud(e).
The Winning Goal is a 1920 British silent sports film directed by G. B. Samuelson and starring Harold Walden, Maudie Dunham and Tom Reynolds. It was based on the play The Game by Harold Brighouse. It was set in Lancashire against a backdrop of the fictional Association football team Blackton Rovers. Chelsea player Jack Cock appeared as himself in the film and 16-then international players featured as members of two fictional teams. Match footage was shot at Brentford's Griffin Park ground.
Maudie Dunham was a British actress.
Sinister Street is a 1922 British silent drama film directed by George Beranger and starring John Stuart, Amy Verity and Maudie Dunham. It was adapted from the 1913–14 novel Sinister Street by Compton MacKenzie.
The Magistrate is a 1921 British silent comedy film directed by Bannister Merwin and starring Tom Reynolds, Maudie Dunham and Ethel Warwick. It is based on the 1885 play The Magistrate by Arthur Wing Pinero.
Love in the Wilderness is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Alexander Butler and starring Madge Titheradge, C. M. Hallard and Campbell Gullan. It was adapted from Gertrude Page's 1907 novel Love in the Wilderness. The film is a romantic melodrama, set partly on a farm in Southern Rhodesia. The film was shot in California.
The Beetle is a 1919 British silent horror film directed by Alexander Butler and starring Leal Douglas, Maudie Dunham, Hebden Foster and Fred Morgan. It was based on the 1897 novel The Beetle: A Mystery by Richard Marsh.
The Night Riders is a 1920 British silent Western film directed by Alexander Butler and starring Maudie Dunham, Albert Ray and Alexander Butler. It was one of several films made by the British producer G. B. Samuelson at Universal City in California.
Alexander Butler was a British film director who made over sixty features and short films during the 1910s and 1920s including many for G. B. Samuelson's production company. Butler directed several British films in Hollywood in 1920, where Samuelson had made an arrangement with Universal Pictures. Amongst his notable films are the Sherlock Holmes adaptation The Valley of Fear (1916) and the early British horror film The Beetle (1919).
Mr. Pim Passes By is a 1921 British silent comedy film directed by Albert Ward and starring Peggy Hyland, Campbell Gullan and Maudie Dunham. It was based on the 1919 play Mr. Pim Passes By by A.A. Milne.
All the Winners is a 1920 British silent sports film directed by Geoffrey Malins and starring Owen Nares, Maudie Dunham and Sam Livesey. It is set in the horse racing world.