animated cartoon Song of the Birds © Paramount Pictures / Famous Studios
Share this:

Song of the Birds

After getting reprimanded and sent outside for a prank she pulled with her air-rifle and a tomato, Audrey turns her gun’s attention to the local wildlife. Meanwhile a bird is teaching her struggling offspring how to fly, only for Audrey to shoot him from the sky. Audrey’s joy quickly turns to terror and sorrow when she realises that she’s killed the bird.

lupercal's avatar
rated it:
Charlton Heston Meets PETA meets NRA meets Elmer Fudd meets Bambi meets Rosa Parks. Audrey goes gun crazy and shoots at everything that moves - including, early on, putting a tomato...
Created by: Paramount Pictures, Famous Studios
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Alternate Title: Song of the Birds (1949)
Featuring the voices of:
Mae Questel ... Little Audrey, Other Voices
Directed by: Bill Tytla
Produced by: Izzy Sparber and Seymour Kneitel
Musical Score by: Winston Sharples
Writing Credits: Bill Turner and Larry Riley
Animated by: George Germanetti
Based on: "The Song of the Birds", theatrical short from 1939

Remake of Fleischer Studios' The Song of the Birds (1935), with Little Audrey replacing the original's character.

profile by: starlac