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.
Tippi Hedren was one of the people featured in the recent documentary "Whiskey and Apple Pie" that is now available on Amazon. This clip was not included in the final cut of the film but it does have some interesting comments by Tippi on working with Hitchcock.
Have you seen the movie trailer for "The Birds" screened in 1963?
This is not your typical movie trailer but is it typical Alfred Hitchcock.
The Birds co-writer Evan Hunter talks about the original ending of the Birds that was in the shooting script but was never shot.
Here is Part 2 of the Tippi Hedren interview done at The Tides in September 2012.
Did you have a chance to see Tippi last month at The Tides? Here is Part 1 of her interview.
Tippi Hedren, star of Alfred Hitchcock's film classic, "THE BIRDS" will be appearing at The Tides Wharf in Bodega Bay Labor Day weekend 2012.
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.