The Wild Duck


In 1926 the play was adapted into a German silent film The House of Lies.

In 1963 the play was made into a motion picture by Tancred Ibsen, Henrik Ibsen's grandson.

In 1971, a television adaptation by Max Faber, directed by Alan Bridges, was broadcast in the BBC's Play of the Month series.[4]

In 1976, a film version in German, written and directed by Hans W. Geißendörfer, was released.[5]

A 1983 film version in English by Tutte Lemkow, directed by Henri Safran, with the characters' names completely anglicized, starred Jeremy Irons and Liv Ullmann.[6]

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