The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill parents guide

The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill

Overall A-

Whether escaped or abandoned, these birds of a feather have flocked together, and managed to survive in the foreign, urban landscape of San Francisco. Equally homeless is Mark Bittner, the man who befriends and feeds them. This documentary shows how the man and parrots are learning from each other to adapt and find their place in the surrounding, bustling world.

Violence B+
Sexual Content A-
Profanity A
Substance Use A-

Why is The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill rated G? The MPAA rated The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill G

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The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia Not Rated
Alberta Not Rated
Manitoba Not Rated -----
Ontario Not Rated
Quebec Not Rated
Martimes Not Rated
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Home Video

The most recent home video release of The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill movie is December 25, 2005. Here are some details…

The tale of the birdman and his parrots takes flight on DVD, with the following bonus featurettes: Origins of the Flock, Urban Legends, Update on Mingus at the Oasis, Parrots Music Video, Mark Bittner’s Home Movies, and Flock Updates. Also included are deleted scenes, the theatrical trailer and a bonus short titled California Quail. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1).

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The amazing life of birds is followed in another documentary titled, Winged Migration. The plight of a featherless variety is the focus of the film, March of the Penguins. If you would like to know more about Mark Bittner and his flock of feather friends, look for his book, The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill—A Love Story.