Birds, The - (Original Trailer)
Alfred Hitchcock presents a lecture on feathered friends, or is it fiends, in this trailer for The Birds (1963).
Birds, The (1963) -- (Movie Clip) A Gull Hit Her
San Franciscan Melanie (Tippi Hedren) in her elaborate flirtation with Bodega Bay lawyer Mitch (Rod Taylor) has just dropped off the love birds at his house, sneaking off in the motorboat as he chases by land, when director Alfred Hitchcock makes his first direct attack, in The Birds, 1963.
Birds, The (1963) -- (Movie Clip) That Makes Three Times
Melanie (Tippi Hedren) and Mitch (Rod Taylor) have just finished another impertinent chat on the hillside when, returning to the birthday party, the first all-out assault begins, Annie (Suzanne Pleshette) helping save the kids, in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, 1963.
Birds, The (1963) -- (Movie Clip) That Man's Lighting A Cigar!
Mitch (Rod Taylor) is failing to get citizens at the diner to unite in action when another bird attacks across the street at the gas station, director Alfred Hitchcock playing with sound and fire, Melanie (Tippi Hedren) nearly victimized, a famous sequence from The Birds, 1963.
Sundays With Hitch -- (Movie Promo) TCM Original
TCM's original promo for Sundays With Hitch programming, featuring 43 Alfred Hitchcock films, all day and all night every Sunday throughout the month, starting September 1st.
Birds, The (1963) -- (Movie Clip) Love Birds
San Francisco's Union Square, Tippi Hedren strolls into the pet shop (instigating the director's cameo), client of nutty Mrs. MacGruder (Ruth McDevitt), then approached by customer Mitch (Rod Taylor), all very routine so far, opening Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, 1963.
Birds, The (1963) -- (Movie Clip) Lost His Way In The Dark
Stuck in Bodega Bay for the evening, San Francisco socialite Melanie (Tippi Hedren) engaged with local Annie (Suzanne Pleshette) in intense chat about Mitch, who interests them both, all of which is one big "MacGuffin" from director Alfred Hitchcock, in The Birds, 1963.