John Cleese tells us the story about birding.
We have covered a few bits and pieces on the upcoming birding movie with Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson here and here and an interview with Steve Martin here. Here are a couple of new video clips. Some may not show in your region. There are also some browser issues. They show well in Chrome in Peru, but Dale has problems with IE in Austria.
Anyway, here is a new one with John Cleese as narrator telling us how birding was invented.
Jack Black – major fallout in Texas.
Here is the other trailer. Jack Black gets a sick leave.
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