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Tippi Hedren in ‘The Girl’

Written By imam santoso on Sunday, October 21, 2012 | 6:56 PM

Tippi Hedren attended a private screening over the weekend of HBO’s “The Girl” a movie about her life and how it intertwined with Alfred Hitchcock’s life. Hedren’s daughter Melanie Griffith also attended the private screening. According to Yahoo News the end of the film was met with silence.

The silence sustained until Melanie said; “Well now I have to go back therapy.” Hedren polished and still beautiful at 82 appeared in two Hitchcock films. Hedren is blonds and Hitchcock very rarely casts blonds in any of his films. Perhaps her unique beauty and grace is part of the reason Hitchcock became obsessed with Hedren.
Tippi Hedren in ‘The Girl’

Hedren’s experience with Hitchcock is detailed in “The Girl” which debuts on Saturday at 9 p.m. The movie is as jarring to watch as one of Hitchcock’s thrillers. When filming “The Birds” Hitchcock did not tell Hedren that she would be shooting with real birds and not mechanical birds.

Hedren was expecting to film with mechanical birds. Hitchcock then subjected Hedren to five days of attacks from the birds and only stopped at a physician’s orders. Hedren was injured and distraught, but Hitchcock wanted to keep filming.

Hedren gathered herself once again and appeared in Hitchcock’s “Marnie”. After refusing his advances Hitchcock refused to let her out of her seven year contract. As a result Hedren lost out on her chance to do other films including “Fahrenheit 451”.

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