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There is a Proverb...

You cannot prevent the birds of sorrow from flying over your head, but you can prevent them from building nests in your hair.

-A Chinese Proverb… 55 more words

My First Time in Variety: Tippi Hedren

It’s a story that’s become Hollywood legend: Model Tippi Hedren’s life was forever changed when she was cast in Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds.” But Variety columnist Army Archerd first reported the news in his column rather banally back in 1962: “Mort Sahl’s gal friend also in the company.” 979 more words


The Bird Attack

After having to face the Bird opening in round four, GM Peter Svidler decided to flip Jakovenko the Bird today. One can go months, years, without seeing a Bird, then the next thing you know one feels like Tippi Hedren in one of Alfred Hitchcock’s most famous movies. 428 more words

Movie Review - Marnie, 1964

I fell in love with the classics just after my senior year in high school. I remember that summer, going through a load of classic movies from the library. 364 more words


Marnie in Flight from Herself

In this new analysis of the Hitchcock classic “Marnie” there is  production history, psychological sensitivity and philosophical theory.  The Hitchcock Blonde Tippi Hedren is in flight from herself, her history and her lover  Sean Connery,  “BFI Film Classics Marnie” by Murray Pomerance, $17.95 paper.


Hitchcocks Birds invade Disneyland

It was 4:47 p.m. I had secured a place on one of the park benches outside of the City Hall ostensibly waiting for the Disney holiday parade to come marching by. 252 more words

Karen Stephen Author

The Hitchcock Haul: The Birds (1963)

I hope everyone had a wonderful Halloween weekend last week! I know I did. I obviously meant to post this last Tuesday, but my life seems to have grown much busier lately, and I have a harder time fitting everything in. 902 more words