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Hitchcock: This is a very fine Californian pinot noir. It's called the heartbreak grape. Do you know why? Of all the grapes used to make wine, these are the most fragile. It has a very thin skin, prone to disease, mould, every kind of rot and virus known to the vintner's art. So growing pinot noir is a bit like making a movie - heartbreak guaranteed.
Hitchcock: Are you a natural blonde?
Hedren: My family is Swedish.
Hedren: I'm a Minnesota country girl who thinks it never rains in Hollywood.
Hedren: To Alfie and Alma (toast.) You've both been so kind. I feel like I've learned more in the past 3 months than I could have in 10 years of film school.
Alma (Hitchcock's wife): Well, I think we should drink to birds, especially the ones I've got roasting in the oven.
Hitchcock: To the first day of principal photography, and to the girl.
Alma: Our girl.
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