|Fig. 1 The Birds poster.|
|Fig. 2 Birds swarm on children's climbing frame.|
|Fig. 3 Melanie talking to Mitch.|
|Fig. 4 Melanie and Annie.|
One thing is definitely sure, The Birds is a fantastic example of how stuffed birds and aged special effects can still make the audience feel horribly unnerved, and the mass of birds on the climbing frame is still a chilling image if you have seen the film or not.
List of Illustrations
Figure 1. The Birds poster. At: http://www.impawards.com/1963/birds_ver3.html (Accessed: 09.02.2011)
Figure 2.The Birds (1963) Birds swarm on children's climbing frame. At: http://bagelnosher.blogspot.com/ (Accessed: 09.02.2011)
Figure 3. The Birds (1963) Melanie talking to Mitch At: http://www.horrordvds.com/viewarticle.php?articleid=61 (Accessed: 09.02.2011)
Figure 4. The Birds (1963) Melanie and Annie At: http://www.cinemademerde.com/birds.shtml (Accessed: 09.02.2011)
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