El ataque de los pájaros
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Beaks: The Movie (1987) More at IMDbPro »El ataque de los pájaros (original title)

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Images of a club de tiro (a shooting club), where a man is shooting birds, until one flies away.

Vanessa Cartwright (Michelle Johnson) doesn't want to interview a farmer attacked by his chickens, but her boss (Elmer Modling) pushes her. She travels to Villanueva del Pardillo, Spain. At a manor house, a nurse (Carole James) is checking on her patient's blood pressure. The patient walks to a balcony, where a hawk attacks him, pulling out one of his eyes.

Meanwhile, Vanessa walks around the chickens - which look absolutely normal - and says her typical corresponding reporter crap. Arthur Neilson (Aldo Sambrell) was attacked. The cameraman laughs about it all, and says that everybody has to do stupid things for a living.

At La Mancha, Spain, [I guess it means Castilla La Mancha]. They go into a church to interview Nielson: he says that the birds worked all together. Arthur says that any bird goes mood when they're close to him. Vanessa creates an experiment by releasing a caged canary bird, hatched and bred at a cage. Tmhe canary flies all over the place until it hits Arthur on his face and then leaves.

An airplane has problems because of a huge flock of birds. They attack the pilot and destroy the machine. Vanessa is still startled about the canary. The man without one eye feels watched by birds. There was a town which was destroyed by birds.

In Rome they interview a couple who blame pollution for the bird attack - a flock which used tactics.

San Juan, Puerto Rico, the father takes photos of Junior his son, his wife and two other daughters in front of huge flocks of birds

Christopher Atkins ... Peter

Sonia Infante ... Carmen

Salvador Pineda ... Joe Gabriele Tinti ... Rod

Nen Morales ... Sharon (as Nene Morales)

Manuel Pereyro ... Bob Carol Connery ... Susan

May Heatherly ... Olivia

Pilar Brescia ... Alexandra Nane Wenhammar ... Marian Francisco Gutierrez P. ... Alex Ismael Miranda ... Pilot

Dalissa Villalobos ... Liz Nohemio Garcia ... George Jos Lifante ... Governor (as Jose Linfante) Michael Sondow ... Chief of Police Kunio Kobayashi ... Dr. Murayama (as Kunio Kobayasy) Eva Cooper ... Cathy Tony Cabon ... Tower Controller Mariel Ramirez Carrera ... Lorraine Ricardo Ramirez Carrera ... Junior Jose Ramirez Carrera ... Jose Miguel de Grandy ... Editor (as Miguel de Grandi) Franca Tom ... Tourist Francesca Pancorvo ... Jeny Jorge Bosso ... Police Officer Maria Jose ... Secretary Kenya Magaly ... Cathy Laura Pearson ... Laura Luis Da Camara ... Luis Tess La Touche ... Tess Eva Pearson ... Paty Alan Larson ... Alan Mario Gmez Lpez ... Child Mario Gutirrez Pinilla ... Child

Olga Maroto Gonzlez ... Child Enrique Oviedo ... Child Ral Lucas Rodrguez ... Child Wenceslao Garcia Galeana ... Child Roberto Maroto ... Child Margaret Paola Rosas ... Baby Samuel Sanchez ... Baby Amanda Cacho ... Mother Pilar Labarthe ... Woman Roberto Schlosser ... Soldier Ren Cardona III ... Soldier (as Al Coster) D'Awilda ... Talent Agent


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