What’s that? You’ve never heard of Bill and Coo? Well, the pair were the eponymous stars of a 1948 feature film that earned its producer, Hollywood documentarian Ken Murray, an honorary Academy Award for its “novel and entertaining use of” the movie medium. The entertaining part of that claim is one we’ll look into shortly, but no one can argue with “novel.” After all, how many feature-length dramas have ever been shot on a 30- by 15-foot set with an all-bird cast?
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