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Hitchcock's "THE BIRDS" flies into theaters for ONE NIGHT ONLY!
“ 'The Birds' is Coming.” Almost 50 years ago, Alfred Hitchcock launched a publicity campaign for his new project based on those four words. NCM Fathom Events, Turner Classic Movies and Universal bring this American classic back to the big screen, newly restored and in celebration of Universal's 100th Anniversary, for only one day on Wednesday, September 19th at 7PM at Edwards Theatre.
Turner Classic Movies Host Robert Osborne will introduce Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds and share with you an exclusive interview he conducted with the film’s star Tippi Hedren specifically for this special presentation. Hedren will not only reveal how “Hitch” hand-picked her to play the part of Melanie Daniels but also how the movie that launched her career -- ended it. Osborne will even reach deep into the TCM Archives to share more on set stories from Hedren’s co-stars: Rod Taylor and Suzanne Pleshette.
The 1963 classic was made long before "Jaws" and other nature gone amuck thrillers. It has been duplicated but never topped...and is one of Hitchcock's greatest cinematic achievements.
Don’t miss your chance to see this chilling horror classic return to the silver screen, newly restored by Universal for its 100th Anniversary for only one day and experience it like never before.
Here is the trailer for this event:
Below is a link to the original 5+ minute original trailer. Alfred Hitchcok teases the viewers about the film. It's a playful trailer and doesn't really give much away as to what to expect. But it's still great to see:
Here's a good trailer (although I'm not sure if it's an original or a fan made one). It kind of shows what to expect and why this film is so well remembered: