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Writers (WGA):
Daphne Du Maurier (short story)
Ken Wheat (teleplay) ...
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Release Date:
19 March 1994 (USA) See more »
History Has A Nasty Way Of Repeating Itself. See more »
Birds go berserk and turn against mankind. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Brad Johnson ... Ted

Chelsea Field ... May

James Naughton ... Frank

Jan Rubes ... Karl

Tippi Hedren ... Helen
Stephanie Milford ... Jill

Megan Gallacher ... Joanna

Richard K. Olsen ... Doc Rayburn
Sylvia Harman ... Nurse
C.K. Bibby ... Game Warden
Philip Loch ... Bartender
Jack Riel ... Gordy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Emily Bauer ... Little Girl (uncredited)
Catherine Davis ... Waitress (uncredited)

Directed by
Rick Rosenthal  (as Alan Smithee)
Alan Smithee (really Rick Rosenthal)
Writing credits
Daphne Du Maurier (short story)

Ken Wheat (teleplay) &
Jim Wheat (teleplay) and
Robert Eisele (teleplay)

Produced by
Ted Kurdyla .... producer
Judith Craig Marlin .... associate producer
David A. Rosemont .... executive producer
Original Music by
Ron Ramin 
Cinematography by
Bruce Surtees 
Makeup Department
Jeff Goodwin .... makeup department head
Jeff Goodwin .... special makeup effects artist
Sandra S. Orsolyak .... assistant makeup artist
Rodney Petreikis .... special makeup effects artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Phyllis Guarnaccia .... second assistant director (1994)
Ted Rae .... second unit director
Bob Newcomb .... second unit director (uncredited)
Art Department
Susan Agnoff .... art department coordinator
Kip Bartlett .... leadman
Geoffrey S. Grimsman .... set designer
Tom Jones Jr. .... construction coordinator
Doug Mackenzie .... greensman
Thomas C. Mentzer .... carpenter
Richard Waldrop .... props
Sound Department
Ron Horwitz .... supervising sound editor
Scott Houle .... adr recordist
Greg LaPlante .... sound effects editor
Troy Porter .... foley mixer
Carl Rudisill .... sound mixer
Kevin Spears .... sound editor
Grey Moore .... boom operator (uncredited)
Kenneth Young .... sound editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Kevin Brennan .... creature effects
Vincent Montefusco .... special effects: pyro supervisor 2nd unit
John Weeks .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
David Emerson .... optical supervisor: VCE
Dean Mumford .... utility stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Eric Bartsch .... best boy grip
Mark Graves .... electrician
Adam Hinson .... additional electrician
Terry D. Long .... electrician
Bob Newcomb .... director of photography: second unit
Cristiano Palermi .... lighting technician
Ted Rae .... director of photography: second unit
Casting Department
Mark Fincannon .... location casting
Editorial Department
Craig Sherman .... apprentice editor
Music Department
Patrick Russ .... orchestrator
Lori Slomka .... music editor
Other crew
Catherine Bayley .... animal production assistant
Sidney Brammer .... production supervisor
Bill Davis .... production assistant
Craig Edwards .... production assistant
Mark Forbes .... animal trainer
E. Michael Hewett .... assistant location manager
Dana Windsor .... production assistant

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Rated R for terror/violence
87 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Australia:M | Germany:16 | Iceland:16 | Netherlands:16 (video premiere) | UK:15 (video premiere) | USA:R

Did You Know?

Smithee: [Rick Rosenthal]Disowned the director's cut.See more »
Revealing mistakes: At one point in the movie as the birds are flying away you actually see some of them vanishing into the back ground.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Adjust Your Tracking (2013)See more »


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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Really Bad Sequel, 9 October 2012
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

The Birds II: Land's End (1994)

* (out of 4)

After the tragic death of their son, a husband and wife move with their two young daughters to a home by the ocean coast. It doesn't take long for the father to suspect that something strange is going on with the local birds and soon enough all humans are under attack. You really can't blame the producers for trying to do a sequel to the Alfred Hitchcock film, after all, the sequel to PSYCHO turned out extremely well but you can blame them for not coming up with a better screenplay. I've never been a big fan of the Hitchcock original but this sequel is just a complete mess from the word go. For starters, the screenwriters must have thought that people would want to sit around for a hour without anything good happening. We basically sit around for a hour just watching the lead character try to warn people about the birds and everything thinking he's crazy. We also have to sit around and watch the wife get hit up on by her boss who has one of the worst and most unfunny sense of humors in film history. It really doesn't help that the two daughters are among the most annoying children to ever be seen in a motion picture. Right from the start of the picture you can't help but be annoyed with the entire family so it's hard to really care about what happens to them. The film lacks any suspense and once the bird attacks do happen they're more funny than anything else and that's not good in a thriller. The performances in the film aren't much better, the characters are all forgettable and add in the fact that there's no suspense and you're left with a rather worthless film. Even the brief appearance by Tippi Hedren isn't enough to make this worth sitting through. THE BIRDS II: LAND'S END is a rare film that actually lives up to its bad reputation.

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