Date: 1/18/19 11:44 am
From: Kent McFarland <kmcfarland...>
Subject: Re: [VTBIRD] Amazon Prime
I actually did a whole thread on this on Twitter some time ago. Check it
out and see the clip too.
https://twitter.com/KPMcFarland/status/1082374025354113024

Kent
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On Fri, Jan 18, 2019 at 2:41 PM Teage O'Connor <badger.meli...>
wrote:

> My sister's a director and I was always gripe that the bird sounds in
> movies rarely have any correlation to the birds that might occur on screen,
> the time of year, or even geographic location. Has any director even heard
> a bald eagle make a noise? I always offer my consulting services to her
> director friends. Alas, no one's taken me up on the offer.
>
> Teage O'Connor
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> On Fri, 18 Jan 2019 at 08:26, Ted Levin <tedlevin1966...> wrote:
>
> > FYI: For those of you who subscribe to Amazon Prime, there is a very
> funny,
> > very Jewish comedy *The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel* about an aspiring female
> > comedian in the mid- to late-fifties. The show takes place mostly on the
> > Upper West of Manhattan, with jaunts into coffee houses in the Village
> and
> > up to resorts in the Catskills.
> >
> > The point of this email is that during several episodes in the second
> year
> > (2018) the family spends the summer at Steiner's in the Borscht Belt, one
> > of many Jewish resorts in the Catskills that were popular in the 40s,
> 50s,
> > 60s, and 70s. In one episode, for a mere 15 seconds, there is a clip of a
> > bird walk; the leader stops everyone, shooshes them, and then points out
> a
> > singing Bicknell's thrush, which is *not* singing a thrush song. Of
> course,
> > in 1959 there were no Bicknell thrushes; they were all considered
> > gray-cheeks until Chris Rimmer and company separated them out, forty plus
> > years later.
> >
> > Ted
> >
>
 
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