Fifty years after its release (on March 28, 1963), we can't stop talking about Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds."
If you are an Alfred Hitchcock fan you can never seem to get enough information about his classic movie "The Birds" and if you are not a Hitchcock fan, well, enough is probably enough. It been almost 50 years since "The Birds" was made in 1963, yet 10,000 people travel each year to Bodega Bay to take a look at the setting for this movie.
Some rare footage of the screen test Tippi Hedren did for Alfred Hitchcock when he was casting for "The Birds". Hitchcock's voice can be heard in the background giving Tippi direction.
March 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the release of The Birds by Alfred Hitchcock. The movie, set in Bodega Bay, is one of Hitchcocks most famous. The Bodega Bay Area Chamber of Commerce will host a screening of the movie on March 23rd.
The Birds co-writer Evan Hunter talks about the original ending of the Birds that was in the shooting script but was never shot.
Did you have a chance to see Tippi last month at The Tides? Here is Part 1 of her interview.
Tippi Hedren will be making an appearance and signing autographs at The Tides Wharf from September 1-3, 2012. Tippi recently discussed her relationship with director Alfred Hitchcock which has been made into a HBO movie.
Do you know the “mystery” behind “The Birds”. This ABC News report details the “real event” that triggered Hitchcock’s interest in attacking birds and the LSU professor that explains what may have caused this event.