Rear Window (1954) was a Mystery - Romance Film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by Alfred Hitchcock.
The film was based on the short story It Had to Be Murder written by Cornell Woolrich published in Dime Detective Magazine in Feb 1942.
Rear Window was inducted into the National Film Registry in 1997.
Academy Awards 1954 --- Ceremony Number 27 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Cinematography||Robert Burks||Nominated|
|Best Director||Alfred Hitchcock||Nominated|
|Best Writing||John Michael Hayes||Nominated|
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Rear Window is an absurdly good time. Its breathtakingly produced and the set is a marvel on its own, but its also an absurdly good time. Youve got Thelma Ritter chastising James Stewart not just for peeping, she also chastises him for not being serious enough about Grace Kelly. How could it not ... Read full article
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Van Johnson and Vera Miles in lieu of Stewart and Kelly. Although based on a 1938 novel by Philip MacDonald, this 1956 London-set mystery owes a lot to Rear Window (1954). In Hitchcock's classic, James Stewart was a wheelchair-bound photographer who enlists the aid of his girlfriend and house-keepe... Read full article
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Jeff: That she didn't know she was going on a trip and where she was going she wouldn't need any luggage.
Lisa: The last thing Mrs. Thorwald would leave behind would be her wedding ring. Stella, do you ever leave yours at home?
Stella: The only way somebody would get that would be to chop off my - finger. Let's go down to the garden and find out what's buried there.
Lisa: Why not? I always wanted to meet Mrs. Thorwald.
Jeff: What about the knife and saw I saw him wrapping up in newspaper?
Lt. Doyle: Do you own a saw?
Jeff: Well... yeah. At home in my garage, I keep...
Lt. Doyle: How many people did you cut up with it?
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One thousand arc lights were used to simulate sunlight. Thanks to extensive pre-lighting of the set, the crew could make the changeover from day to night in under forty-five minutes.
All the apartments in Thorwald's building had electricity and running water, and could be lived in.
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