The Revenge of Tippi Hedren, Alfred Hitchcock’s Muse – NYTimes.com

The Revenge of Alfred Hitchcock’s Muse

By ANDREW GOLDMAN

Published: October 5, 2012 1 Comment

The new HBO movie “The Girl” depicts your relationship with Alfred Hitchcock, who, after giving you your first movie role in “The Birds,” plants an unwanted kiss on you, tries to blackmail you for sex and stalks you. Why would he do these things?

He was a misogynist. That man was physically so unattractive. I think to have a mind that thought of himself as an attractive, romantic man and then to wake up in the morning and look at that face and that body was tough. I think he had a whole lot of problems.

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