McDonalds can produce parts and parts. Wetting under the wings is a very old European trick still in use by many to reduce the risk of a dove flying. Like other first-rate James movies, The Wings of the Dove benefits from marvelous casting. And the other two are more wild - they immediately fly away, make crazy pirouettes and like to spend time very active, sometimes even fighting with each other and first two doves. Training is nice; it is not absolutely required for most magic doves.
Doves can learn a trick but not a sequence.
Helena Bonham Carter nude - The Wings of the Dove (1997)
Parrots live longer at home than doves. If you've read my previous posts you know how much I care for my birds and I cringe when I hear about clipping. It will make the magician look like he has impaired birds that flop around on stage and try to fly but physically cannot. I agree with manyfingers here. Literary films don't come much better, and I suspect old Henry James himself would have been pleased.