Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ and Other Classics Hitting Big Screen Again This Fall

By  · Published on August 7th, 2012

Thanks to Turner Classic Movies and Fathom Events, four classic films from Paramount will have a revival on big screens this fall. According to Aint It Cool, the roster includes The Birds, Frankenstein (paired brilliantly with Bride of Frankenstein) and To Kill a Mockingbird.

Alfred Hitchcock’s flying creature feature hits on September 19th, the Boris Karloff-starring horror double play is on October 24th (awesome), and Robert Mulligan’s thoughtful take on Harper Lee’s Americana novel comes November 15th. Each will start at 7pm local time, but you’ll have to check local theater listings to see if they’re carrying the films.

It looks like Universal’s 100th birthday has been one big present to us. This new trend of re-releasing classics is definitely one to celebrate.

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