The Window (1949) was a Drama - Film Noir Film directed by Ted Tetzlaff and produced by Dore Schary.
Academy Awards 1949 --- Ceremony Number 22 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Film Editing||Frederic Knudtson||Nominated|
Offbeat Blu-ray Review: The WindowBy Devon Powell on Sep 22, 2021 From Hitchcock Master
Distributor: Warner Brothers Release Date: September 21, 2021 Region: Region A Length: 01:13:27 Video: 1080P (MPEG-4, AVC) Main Audio: 2.0 English Mono DTS-HD Master Audio Subtitles: English SDH Ratio: 1.37:1 Notes: This is the film?s North American Blu-ray debut. ?He lived in two worlds at once. O... Read full article
Fritz Lang’s “The Woman in the Window” starring Edward G. Robinson and Joan BennettBy Stephen Reginald on Jun 24, 2020 From Classic Movie Man
Fritz Lang’s “The Woman in the Window” starring Edward G. Robinson and Joan Bennett The Woman in the Window (1944) is an American film noir directed by Fritz Lang, produced by Nunnally Johnson, and starring Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennett, Raymond Massey, and Dan Duryea. The... Read full article
Look who's in the window...it's 'Carole Lomb'By carole_and_co on Aug 26, 2019 From Carole & Co.
Above is a Spanish-language herald for Carole Lombard's 1934 drama "Now And Forever" with fellow Paramount star Gary Cooper and up-and-coming Shirley Temple. Such star power gave the film an uncharacteristically long box-office life -- especially once Temple achieved worldwide renown at 20th Century... Read full article
Review: The Woman in The Window (1944)By 4 Star Film Fan on Jun 5, 2019 From 4 Star Films
The first time I ever saw The Woman in The Window it always struck me as odd. Here was the fellow who was known as a gangster through and through and yet he was playing a bookish professor buried in his work and obsessed about psychoanalytic theory. His idea for a fine time is conversing with his in... Read full article
The Window (2000, Jono Oliver)By Andrew Wickliffe on Jan 10, 2019 From The Stop Button
The Window opens with a crowd on the street, looking up. There?s a title card, so it?s a good bet they?re all looking at a window. Pretty soon the cops show up?it?s set in Flatbush, Brooklyn?and ask what?s going on. Some people see Jesus up in the window, some people don?t. But it?s a big crowd; the... Read full article
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Mr. Ed Woodry: You don't want me ever to be ashamed of you, do you?
Tommy Woodry: No pop.
Mr. Ed Woodry: Well don't you see that might happen if you keep this up? People gonna say that Ed Woodry's son doesn't know the difference between what's real and what isn't. Why, they might even say that you're a liar.
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