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Die drei??? und der Super-Papagei ist die zweite Folge der Buchreihe Die drei??? sowie die erste Folge der Hörspielreihe. Sie wurde als Theaterstück aufgeführt. wie schon vor einem viertel Jahrhundert auf die Suche nach dem verschwundenen Papagei von Mr. Fentriss. Wieder treffen sie auf den dicken Mr. Claudius. Doch. Die drei??? und der Super-Papagei ist die zweite Folge der Buchreihe Die drei??? sowie die erste Folge der Hörspielreihe. Sie wurde als Theaterstück. Titelverzeichnis. Disk: 1. 1. Die Drei??? Und Der Superpapagei (I). und der Super-Papagei: Jubiläumsfolge (Hörspiele von EUROPA) | Hitchcock, Alfred | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit.
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The Stuttering Parrot certainly holds up, but maybe I'm biased. Everything is so serious anymore. I read serious books. Watch serious shows.
Don't get me started on social media. It was great to go back to boyhood imagination and fun. This was the first Three Investigators book that I had ever read; the first book that made me fall in love with the stories of the three friends who had started a business together.
The Three Investigators. With their own business cards, their own logo a question mark , and each with their own role in the investigations.
This book, however, always remained my favorite of their investigations. It begins as many of the best mysteries do with someone calling for help.
And not one, but two parrots This was the first Three Investigators book that I had ever read; the first book that made me fall in love with the stories of the three friends who had started a business together.
And not one, but two parrots mysteriously disappearing. Then its a race to find the rest of the parrots seven in all! Mostly what he had bought was ordinary junk, but perched up at the back end of the truck was an iron deer.
It was life-size, with huge antlers. Jones said. Well, we can sell it to a collector, I suppose, but I'll bet you paid too much money for it.
It was a pretty terrible pun, but Mrs. Jones giggled. This was loads of fun. The riddle of the parrots and the real threat and stakes of the book made this a lead pipe cinch!
I probably knew this before but had forgotten how delightful the old hardcover art is. While some details could be more accurate like the parrot should have been yellow-headed not red there are so many of them tucked away that I can look past that.
Also the nice Hitch cameos on each cover are an excellent touch. My one unfulfilled childhood dream was to be a real detective or private investigator.
The closest I got was investigating some ultra-minor crimes in my area, as well as looking for some missing pets, dressed in my trench-coat and dark glasses, to no success whatsoever!
Sure, the Hardy Boys were more popular at my school, but then I have alway My one unfulfilled childhood dream was to be a real detective or private investigator.
Sure, the Hardy Boys were more popular at my school, but then I have always favoured brains over brawn.
This book is actually the second of a long-running series featuring The Three Investigators, and it is also one of the best pure mysteries they encounter in my opinion.
For the uninitiated, the boys who make up The Three Investigators are: Jupiter Jones, first investigator; Pete Crenshaw, second investigator; Bob Andrews, records and research.
Hitchcock appeared in the first book when the boys solved the Secret of Terror Castle, and now respects the abilities of the boys after a difficult start to their relationship.
It transpires that the missing parrot was actually one of seven birds, who were all trained by their deceased owner Jim Silver to repeat a specific message.
All 7 birds are named after classic literary characters, such as Sherlock Holmes and Blackbeard, and their message seem innocent enough at first, especially as they seem to tie in with their name.
However the messages when put together in the right order, may be the clue to the hiding place of a valuable item, which is sought by a number of dangerous individuals.
The fact that the birds have all been sold really complicates the mystery. We follow the boys as they hotfoot it around the Rocky Beach and Hollywood areas, piecing the clues together and trying to locate the missing birds, while also staying one step ahead of the crooks who include the famous art-thief and re-appearing character in the series Hugenay.
The limitations of being a kid and trying to solve crimes is still relevant, for example not being able to drive themselves anywhere, as well as adults always doubting the ability of the trio.
The age-old satisfaction of triumphing over someone older or apparently more experienced, is a theme prevalent throughout the series.
I have read all of The Three Investigators mysteries, enjoying them all, but this one along with others are a class above the others in terms of the mystery at hand.
It was only in adulthood I finally completed and read the complete collection of the series, through exhaustive trawls of second-hand book stores and internet sites, as well as having the means to get those last few rare books.
I still picture the salvage yard in my head when I read the books, transposing the image onto a place special to me in my own hometown, and imagine myself entering the investigators HQ and assisting them on a case.
View 2 comments. I enjoyed the interplay and the deductions and the willingness of Arthur to look at the less-well-off, but the treasure was found a little easily for my liking and where, exactly, does Carlos go after this book?
Very entertaining, a good, solid TTI mystery. Otherwise this has great pacing, well realised characters - plus the Arthur touch of focussing on change and societal differences - and a great plot and is very much recommended.
This is a re-read - thought I would read it again after I listened to an audio dramatization last week.
The book holds up great I grew up on the Three Investigators but it is what it is Not realistic in the least but it's not supposed to, it's supposed to be escapist for teen boy This is a re-read - thought I would read it again after I listened to an audio dramatization last week.
Not realistic in the least but it's not supposed to, it's supposed to be escapist for teen boys. I didn't like this one quite as much as the first volume.
Still a big fan of the series. This one seemed a little more formulaic, but I think that's typical for these type of YA mysteries. This one has parrots, art thieves, and of course Alfred Hitchcock.
Still a good read for any fan of the Three Investigators. A Quickie Review A fun, cute little old-school mystery. This kid at heart enjoyed it.
I loved the Three Investigtors books as a kid and, inspired by Karl Ove Knausgaard's "Boyhood Island", I'm going to re-read it to see what, if any, childhood memories it unlocks.
Well, that was unsuccessful as a memory-evoking experiment but I'm glad I reread it nevertheless. A fun little book with nothing particularly objectionable in it.
I'm sure that some today wouldn't be happy about the almost complete lack of female characters, at least any that are in any way necessary to the plot.
And the I loved the Three Investigtors books as a kid and, inspired by Karl Ove Knausgaard's "Boyhood Island", I'm going to re-read it to see what, if any, childhood memories it unlocks.
And there was a fairly straight-out-the-box Mexican peasant stereotype but these are typical of three time in which they are written.
I certainly would have no qualms about letting children today read it. View all 8 comments. A case involving talking parrots?
Of course. Why not. These parrots sound amazing. Jupiter, Pete, and Bob all get involved with this one, with their nemesis Skinny Norris.
I was hoping Skinny would get his comeuppance but alas, he did not. Skinny reminds me of Bugs Meaney from Encyclopedia Brown.
I loved those books! Anyway, back to the mystery. We have parrots who hold the secret to a missing treasure, and the boys are hot on the case.
We have a mildly scary scene in a cemetery with a lot of fo A case involving talking parrots? Satisfying if you ignore a few plot holes, and I will.
This is one of my all-time-favourites - in the radio play version of my childhood. This is my first time reading it. The story unfolds around a stolen parrot and quickly turns into one of the typical riddles that the???
The radio play is very close to the book - I knew a lot of the scenes and sentences by heart.
But some scenes were a bit more detailed and the characters of Carlos and his father were given more room which I liked. This was one of my favourite books as a child.
A refreshing mystery. Just too heavy handed to be good. The second in The Three Investigators series, this is every bit as good as the first.
After their stunning success as investigators in their first case, Hitchcock unbends enough to send them on another. Finding a lost parrot doesn't seem very exciting, but the number of lost parrots grows by leaps and bounds, and the three investigators find themselves caught up once more in a mesh of intrigue, tantalizing clues, villains of every hue and even a lost treasure.
Jupe's ability to make sense of see The second in The Three Investigators series, this is every bit as good as the first. Jupe's ability to make sense of seemingly senseless clues shines out once again.
A really good read. Excuse me my bad English : Well, now I know why I remember it most from the childhood from the adventures of Jupiter, Pete and Bob - it's certainly the best part of Three Investigators stories!
Very interesting story, original, captivating adventure for lovers of literature, such a Sherlock Holmes and Treasure Island.
There is - as usual - a lot of humor, and we can smile under our nose on the way of speaking of Jupiter or comments of Pete. Besides, it is practically one big treasure hunt - how ca Excuse me my bad English : Well, now I know why I remember it most from the childhood from the adventures of Jupiter, Pete and Bob - it's certainly the best part of Three Investigators stories!
Besides, it is practically one big treasure hunt - how can you not like a treasure hunt? Another great book in this series, the Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot gives its readers an exciting mystery which you will be puzzling over just as much as the boys.
We're expertly led on an investigation which from the beginning is more exciting than looking for a lost pet suggests.
The climax is thrilling, has a element of danger, and shows one of Pete's skills other then just being the muscle. All in all an excellent second book.
We still don't know what the E in Skinny's full name stands Another great book in this series, the Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot gives its readers an exciting mystery which you will be puzzling over just as much as the boys.
We still don't know what the E in Skinny's full name stands for. My first reading experiences! And the first book of The Three Investigators series i read.
Then I get addicted. Go figure! Each central character of the group has his own unique ability, job and duty, and rich characterization.
Just love it. I remember the line from Hamlet said said? This book amazing! I read this book when I was a kid and now I keep thinking that it's amazing coz it's indeed a good book to read.
For me the best part of the book was certainly when the parrots were saying their quotes. Haha I really like the connections between everything.
Shelves: children. Among other titles in this series that I read in my childhood, I remember this one the most. I read a few of these when I was younger and always rather enjoyed them.
It's always different reading such stories when you're older but I still really enjoyed the first two in the series.
They use 3 question marks as their symbol and are willing to solve any mystery, riddle or puzzle. Jupiter is the brains of the operation, Pete the muscle and Bob the r I read a few of these when I was younger and always rather enjoyed them.
Jupiter is the brains of the operation, Pete the muscle and Bob the researcher. The boys have their own secret Headquarters - a portable office that's been hidden under many piles of junk that has secret entrances and a phone, use chalk each boy a different colour to leave directions, clues and messages to each other - and even a driver Worthington with Rolls Royce - courtesy of a competition Jupiter wins to have a chauffeur for 30 days.
I'm not sure how long they actually have the car for - I don't think I ever read any without it but I haven't read all of them, so who knows.
The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot has the boys going on a treasure hunt. Reminiscent of Treasure Island, "John Silver" has trained seven parrots to speak the clues that lead to his buried treasure.
The boys are busy hunting down missing parrots, dodging 'the fat man' who keeps threatening them and creating havoc with Ghost to Ghost hookups which is actually really cool - although might be better known as a phone tree.
I enjoyed how this worked to help them solve the case. The mystery is interesting and I still really enjoy the characters. The adult figures aren't particularly fleshed out but then again - they so rarely are.
I'll definitely be reading and rereading for some the rest of the series. Someone must've remembered this was my favorite book as a kid, because they left a copy of it in my office mailbox.
More than forty years since I first read it, and it's still a great read. Unlimited Streaming Listen to this album in high quality now on our apps Start my trial period and start listening to this album.
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