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Appeared in "Black Comedy", Playhouse on the Mall, Paramus, NJ.
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'Tippi' Hedren | Ms. Tippi Hedren
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It is interesting because some of the critics who really panned [Marnie
(1964)] when it came out see it again and it is like they are reviewing an entirely different movie. I think a lot of it was that all those years ago, people were not aware of how a trauma being inflicted upon a child can affect what happens to them as an adult if it isn't properly dealt with. I think there were multiple ...
She met with Alfred Hitchcock
and his wife Alma Reville
for the final time in London, England, in 1966, while she was filming Charles Chaplin
's last film, A Countess from Hong Kong
(1967). They took her to tea at Claridge's. The atmosphere was tense because she knew Hitchcock was upset that she had been cast in what was expected to be a big film, and he was unable to hide his bitterness.