Actress, Tippi Hedren, was born Nathalie Kay Hedren on Jan 19, 1930 in New Ulm, MN. As of December 2018, Tippi Hedren was 89 years old.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.
Tippi: A Memoiron May 22, 2017 From Journeys in Classic Film
says in the introduction to her autobiography that so much has been written about her that it’s high time she set the record straight. Tippi is as succinct a title and encapsulation of the writer behind it as the name implies, for good and ill. It’s unclear whether Hedren ke... Read full article
+ New Titles Announced for 2013 TCM Classic Film FestivalBy Will McKinley on Dec 11, 2012 From Cinematically Insane
“THE BIRDS is coming!” to the?TCM Classic Film Festival?next April, along with star , Turner Classic Movies announced today. The still-gorgeous, 82-year-old actress and animal activist will be in person at the fourth annual TCMFF in Hollywood April 25-28 ?for a screening hono... Read full article
and The Birds at the RedfordBy Angela on Oct 2, 2012 From Hollywood Revue
Picture from the Redford’s Facebook page. In all the time that I’ve been going to classic film screenings, I have never seen a Hitchcock movie bring out a lame crowd.? Even if the movie plays midnight, people are always eager to see one of Hitch’s movies on the big screen.? So back... Read full article
In the News: on HitchcockBy Dawn on Aug 2, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
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Pawsome Pet Pictures:By monty on Jul 11, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Tippi and her well trained friend on the set of The Birds... Read full article
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Melanie Daniels: Your brother told me.
Lydia Brenner: Then you knew Mitch in San Francisco. Is that right?
Melanie Daniels: No, not exactly.
[grabs a cigarette out of an ashtray]
Cathy Brenner: Mitch knows a lot of people in San Francisco. Of course, they're mostly hoods.
Lydia Brenner: Cathy!
Cathy Brenner: Well, Mom, he's the first to admit it. He spends half his day in the detention cells at the Hall of Justice.
Lydia Brenner: In a democracy, Cathy, everyone is entitled to a fair trial. Your brother's practice...
Cathy Brenner: Aw, Mom, please. I know all that democracy jazz. They're still hoods.
[Mitch comes in]
Cathy Brenner: He has a client now who shot his wife in the head six times. Six times! Can you imagine it? I mean, even twice would be overdoing it, don't you think?
Melanie Daniels: [to Mitch] Why did he shoot her?
Mitch Brenner: He was watching a ball game on television.
Melanie Daniels: What?
Mitch Brenner: His wife changed the channel.
[laughs and leaves]
Cathy Brenner: Are you coming to my party tomorrow?
Melanie Daniels: I don't think so. I have to get back to San Francisco.
Cathy Brenner: Don't you like us?
Melanie Daniels: Oh, darling, of course I do.
Cathy Brenner: Don't you like Bodega Bay?
Melanie Daniels: I don't know yet.
Cathy Brenner: Mitch likes it very much. He comes up every weekend, you know, even though he has his own apartment in the city. He says that San Francisco's like an anthill up the foot of a bridge.
Melanie Daniels: Well, I suppose it does get a little hectic at times.
Lil Mainwaring: How do you take your tea, Miss Taylor?
Marnie Edgar: Usually with a cup of hot water and a tea bag.
Melanie Daniels: Hello there, Mrs. MacGruder.
Mrs. MacGruder, pet store clerk: Oh, hello, Miss Daniels.
Melanie Daniels: Have you ever seen so many gulls? What do you suppose it is?
Mrs. MacGruder, pet store clerk: Well, there must be a storm at sea, that can drive them inland, you know. I was hoping you'd be a little late because he hadn't arrived yet.
Melanie Daniels: Oh, but you'd said three o'clock...
Mrs. MacGruder, pet store clerk: Oh I know, I know. I've been calling all morning. Oh, Miss Daniels you have no idea. They are so difficult to get, really they are. We have to get them from India, when they're just baby chicks, and then we have...
Melanie Daniels: But this one won't be a chick, will he?
Mrs. MacGruder, pet store clerk: Certainly not. Oh no, certainly not. This will be a full grown mynah bird, full grown.
Melanie Daniels: And he'll talk?
Mrs. MacGruder, pet store clerk: Well yes, of course he'll... well no, you'll have to teach him to talk. My. I guess maybe I'd better phone, they'd said three o'clock. Maybe it's the traffic. I'll call. Would you mind waiting?
Melanie Daniels: Well, maybe you'd better deliver him. Let - let me give you my address.
Mrs. MacGruder, pet store clerk: Oh, well, alright, but I'm sure they're on the way... Would you mind if I called?
Melanie Daniels: No, alright, but...
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