They say that people tend to resemble their pets. How many times have you seen a woman with a perm that looks just like her poodle? Or a droopy-faced guy walking his bulldog? Doggie Doubles are everywhere.
Did you know that a dog actually won the Best Actor Oscar at the very first Academy Awards ceremony in 1929?
Rin Tin Tin, Hollywood’s favorite German Shepherd, actually received the most votes for the big prize. But members of the Academy wanted people to think that their award was serious and prestigious, so they skipped over the dog in favor of silent actor Emil Jannings.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock's legendary horror film The Birds, its producers tracked down one of the film's stars to record some DVD commentary. For some reason, though, it ended up on the cutting room floor.
But lucky for you, we were able to locate the transcript. Here, for the first time, is the DVD commentary of The Birds by actor Corvus Brachyrhynchos, an American crow.