Wings for the Eagle is a 1942 film directed by Lloyd Bacon.
In the first vision, a lion with the wings of an eagle is superceded by a lopsided bear which which had 3 ribs in it's mouth, which is superceded by a four-headed, winged leopard.
Commonly referred to as the "wings of an eagle" sermon, Isaiah is as true today as when it was written, but not so for its science. Isaiah 40:31
But those who hope in the Lord
Will renew their strength
They will soar on wings like eagles
They will run and not grow weary,
They will walk and not be faint. He showed how the world was their home, a dwelling God made for them and the thought that God's people had nowhere to go was replaced with affirmations showing they had everywhere to go and they must be strong to get there.
Did he have the head of a raptor and the wings of an eagle? It once came on strong and dominant but at this point has been relegated to a plane hijacking religion. :
: It once came on strong and dominant but at this point has been relegated to a plane hijacking religion.
4 The first was like a lion and had the wings of an eagle. 4 The first was like a lion and had the wings of an eagle. I kept looking until its wings were plucked, and it was lifted up from the ground and made to stand on two feet like a man; a human mind also was given to it.
Lloyd Francis Bacon was a screen, stage, and vaudeville actor and film director. Bacon was born in San Jose California, the son of actor Frank Bacon, later the co-author and star of the long running Broadway show 'Lightnin' , and Jennie Bacon. He was not related to actor Irving Bacon whom he... directed in a number of his films. Bacon attended Santa Clara University, and would later include highlights from the Bronco Football program in the end of his famous film, Knute Rockne, All American. Bacon started in films with Charlie Chaplin and Bronco Billy Anderson and appeared in more than 40 total. As an actor he is best known for supporting Chaplin in such films as 1915's The Tramp, The Champion and 1917's Easy Street. He also directed over a hundred films between 1920 and 1955. He is best known as director of such classics as 1933's 42nd Street, 1937's Ever Since Eve from a screenplay by the playwright Lawrence Riley et al., 1938's A Slight Case of Murder with Edward G.more