The Birds (1963)
Clips from this film are featured.
A poster for the film can be seen in the abandoned theater.
At one point, Barbarella is trapped in a container and attacked by birds, in a similar way to the way Melanie is attacked in the film.
Scene in the movie theater echoes the scene with the crows on the jungle gym in "Birds"
Several sequences are homages to Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds (1963), for example, the image of all the children in the island's village square ready to attack Tom and Evelyn, and the final escape from the island.
They can get down the chimney! Didn't you see that film?
Bruce Forsyth is attacked by a couple of birds and screams out, "Mr. Hitchcock! Mr. Hitchcock!"
mentioned in dialogue
The scene in which Jill enters a room and has hundreds of bats attack her is similar to a scene where Melanie Daniels is attacked by a huge group of birds in an upstairs room
A swarming flock of crows flies above the couple in the opposit direction, when they are out of the car in the main road, frightening them as in Hitchcock's film.
The Alfred Hitchcock High football team is called "The Birds."
Birds seen through windows swarming outside, a bird attack, and the presence of Jessica Tandy
Hitch does promotional short
Flamingo attack on the helicopter.
The final shot of Linda Hamilton driving away in her Jeep is very reminiscent of the final shot in The Birds, in which the characters flee in a car.
When Jerry is attacking Stephanie in the bathroom, she shouts for help and scatters a flock of birds.
Seen on a theatre marquee
A poster for this can be seen over Donny's bed.
A flock of birds attack a man.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Referenced during the Tanner's charades game.
Alice is attacked by birds (shot in the same way as The Birds)
Telephone booth scene.
Referenced during 'Theater Styles'
Tippi Hedren has a cameo and she freaks out when some birds go near her. Her daughter smiles and says, "Mother has this thing about birds." Too funny!
Crow (as a character is attacked by a bird-like creature): "What do you think I am, Tippi Hedren? Get outta here!"
Horst refers to the movie.
Tom (as a character is attacked by a bat): "Oh no! It thinks I'm Tippi Hedren."
Crow (as Hercules is attacked by a turkey): "Now he's Tippi Hedren!"
Darlene goes as Tipi Hedren in "The Birds" to a halloween party
The title is mentioned.
"One nice thing about birds. They never cause anybody any trouble." Crow: Yeah, tell that to Tippi Hedren.
The segment "The Boids" sees the Goodfeathers pigeons being hired as stunt birds for Hitchcock as he films this movie.
Mentioned during 'Psycho Ward Eleven'
One of the horror-films Wheeler remembers.
a jungle gym is covered with vultures
"She was evil." Mike: "She brought the birds here!"
sanctuary shot, complete with phone booth camera angle
Mentioned by name
After Ellen gets the pidgeon stuck to her head, Mickey refers to her as Tippi Hedren, who stared in The Birds.
In the scene near the end where all the animals storm the consulate's palace, a flock of birds flies into the room through the fireplace, just as they did in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds.
Tom (as a character hammers boards in place over a door): "There, all set in case the birds attack us."
Open reference by a character
Tom (singing): "Nickety-nackety now, now, now!"
"Alfred Hitchcock's The Us!"
One of the protagnogists gets attacked by a flock of birds inside a building.
Ludwig mixes up this movie with Psycho.
Tony says he may have dreamed about a bird because he watched this movie last week.
There is a poster of the film in the Chandler Hotel restaurant.
A promotional picture of this film with Hitchcock can be seen at Joey's fridge.
Harry wants to startle Tommy and Alissa with birds.
Referenced on Weekend Update
Jerry mentions the film.
Title referenced on Weekend Update
Nastassja Kinski says "How Tippi Hedren of me." in reply to being blamed for the strange things happening shortly after she has arrived in a small town, like Hedren's character in The Birds.
One of Winnie Woodpecker's questions in her trivia game askes the name of Mitch's sister.
Referenced by Jimmy's mother
Sparrows and other birds begin attacking the hotel and the people in it
An advertisement for it can be seen on the pink flier.
"One bird is obsessed with Donna", mentions C.J.. Donna says: "I'm like Tippi Hedren around here."
Roxy tells Mason the story of a robber attacked by a parrot, comparing him to Tippi Hedren.
"Kind of like 'The Birds'."
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
"Something to Scream About" is a documentary that references (and features) a wide variety of motion pictures as actresses discuss being in the B-Movie business.
Tippi Hedren says, "Oh, listen to those birds--they're calling me again."
famous promotional picture of Hitchcock with birds seen
Referenced as one of Shyamalans favorite films.
Whip is attacked by bugs and hides in a telephone booth
picture of Hitchcock with a crow
Shots of the birds as they fly towards the apple tree.
The crow, when bothering Kermit the Scarecrow, says he hasn't seen The Passion, but he's seen this movie.
A shot of multiple crows looking down on Vincent is filmed as a homage to the shots of multiple birds looking down in The Birds.
The scene in which insects come down the chimney is like the scene in The Birds in which birds came down the chimney of the Brenner house.
referenced in the end credits
people are attacked outside by birds in a similar manner
poster is on the wall of the club
Deano says, "It came at me. It pecked me, dad. Its eyes were pure evil. It was like a scene out of The Birds."
Brain mentions The Birds is coming on television. Additionally, the fictional movie 'The Squirrels' follows a similar plotline to 'The Birds'.
people are attacked by birds the same way
Poster is shown.
The moment when Theo & Kee leave the building with the soldiers is reminiscent of when Tippi Hedren & Rod Taylor left the house among the watching birds.
Actor Rod Taylor in both movies with birds attacking people.
the crow attack on a man is tribute to the classic movie
The scenes of the attacking flock of pterosaurs are inspired by The Birds
movie still of Rod Taylor
When the bats come down the chimney, it is a reference of the scene in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds when the sparrows fly down the chimney.
Referenced by name
Mentioned in the dialogue.
Telephone booth scene is referenced.
Crows sitting on telegraph wires before they attack humans
Example of Alfred Hitchcock's showmanship.
Referenced by Stefanos
At the end of the short, we can see hundred of crows around the building
Still photos shown.
The scenes with the birds flying around and the bird hitting the window are very similar to those in The Birds (1963).
Reviewed in Haiku form.
"Next you'll tell me there's a Birds 2?"
While in the cemetery, Elena meets Stefan and says she got freaked out by this bird, that it was very Hitchcock for a second there, just like in the bird movie.
comment about "that movie where the birds attacked people"
Juliet stands under graffiti depicting huge crows. Lassiter mentions the film by name when they're hunting Mr. Yin.
Subject of a $25,000 question
Mark Patton mentions it.
Included in a $2,000 question
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Hitchcock Movie Quotes"
When Barry is alone at the cabin surrounded by birds he calls Alan and says 'the birds have gone all Hitchcock on me'. This is a reference to Alfred Hitchcock's film The Birds which involves birds attacking humans.
mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned in documentary
Thor mentions Hitchcock while being attacked by Stimfallion birds
"The Chirps" is a take on this film.
French movie poster on a wall of a room of the movie theater.
Robert De Niro pretapes a clip for a telethon in which he says that when the bird attacks began, people started making Hitchcock jokes
A Hitchcock memorial is seen, covered in crows.
Video case is shown.
Movie poster on a wall in Peter von Schnabel's home
mentioned in dialogue
A couple seek shelter in a phone booth, referencing a scene in Hitchcock's classic The Birds.
behind the scenes and filming
Jane says she was "Tippi Hedren" attacked by birds
Kevin mentions that Birdemic was meant to be a homage to this movie.
mentioned in dialogue
A bird lands on Hitchcock's shoulder at the end of the film
The bird attack on the Barrett's house is an explicit nod towards the infamous Alfred Hitchcock horror film.
Picture of Tippi Hedren with a bird
Much of the film's plot is inspired by The Birds, and a poster for it can be seen in one scene.
The scene with many deranged black birds crashing into the farmhouse.
Hitchcock seen feeding the crows which attack Ms. Krabbabel.
In Simeon's solo scene a black bird is seen in the underground sewers.
Then scene where a flock of crows violently peaks & claw Tris references the classic scene from The Birds where Hedren's character is attacked in a simuliar way by a flock of crows
A flock of birds attacking humans
Hitchcock mentions it a few times
depiction of Alfred Hitchcock with birds.
Various scenes are shown
Clip shown of children fleeing from a swarm of birds
Uses clip of Alfred Hitchcock's cameo
The pre-show included a 3-D sequence based on the film.
Featured in James' dream at the theater.
title frame sequence shown
This film is #7 on the list.
Excerpts appear in the film.
At least one clip was included.
Clips from film are used in this episode.
excerpt in movie
Clip from trailer used
The Birds is being played on the television in the motel.
A clip is shown
Clips from this film are featured during the Suzanne Pleshette tribute.
Featured during Robert Boyle tribute.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Clips shown in a segment on its title characters.
clip shown diuring Horror montage
watched on TV
A clip of the movie was shown when one scene from the film was compared to a scene in The Terror.
A fragment is shown.
Tippi Hedren takes #7
film clips shown
Some fragments are shown.
Unruly birds figure in various scenes.
The scenes detailing the escape from the Giant's mountain has the Goodies menaced by trained birds, and at one point an Alfred Hitchcock lookalike appears in silhouette.
The birds attacking Obélix on the mountain.
When Dr. Thorndyke is being chased and pooped on by pigeons, this is a parody of several scenes in "The Birds" in which birds attack various citizens.
Spoofed in 'The Clams'
Spoofed in 'The Clams'
Spoofed as 'The Clams'
Parodied in a dream sequence
when Homer goes in the day care center
Ryan's quirk in Party Quirks is The Many Films of Alfred Hitchcock and this is one of them.
Parakeets surround Nina in her office, peck on the phone wires and attack her.
bats attack woman in elevator the same way Tippi Hedren was attacked by birds in the loft
The neighbor's blackbirds attack Kitty, and all of a sudden there is a phonebooth in her living room.
The scene of The Simpsons walking through the street with hundreds of dolphins perched everywhere including telephone wires spoofs this film where the same thing was done with birds.
A Murder of Crows descend on Peach Creek in a similar fashion to the film
A sketch is a fake film called "Alfred Hitchcock's The Working Class" spoofs this movie but replaces birds with working class men.
Sketch features an Hitchcock film called "The Working Class" that spoofs various scenes from the film and uses flocks of working class men instead of birds.
The main character does a fun imitation of a scene of this film
Parody movie poster shown in the film of "The BIrd."
The triple take of Hugo Posh standing by the parrot, and how the parrot attacks Emile Hirsch.
The character played by Peter Stormare detects a lot of crows behind him on a tree; this reminds the famous scene from "The Birds" in which the crows are behind Tippi Hedren outside the school
A dead bird falls from the sky and Ned responds to this with "It's raining dead birds."
In Dilly's past, she was going to Bodega Bay, the setting for the movie, and her eyes were attacked by seagulls the same manner as the title characters did in this Hitchcock classic.
Spoofed in Al Fresco with Fran and Phil
A woman is attacked by seagulls; Bostick then turns to the camera and cracks, "Hitchcockian!"
Flocking birds, birds hitting the window, 1960's vehicles, etc.
Black and white scene where Sheila is attacked by a hummingbird
The war between birds and men in the Hitchcock epic Thriller, appears lightly but increasingly in a number of scenes through out the movie, in a comedic yet simultaneously serious manner.