Rear Window (or Peeping is murder)

Here's <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003777" title="James Stewart" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/james-stewart-PECLB003777.topic">James Stewart</a> with his telephoto lens spying on <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000758" title="Raymond Burr" href="/topic/entertainment/raymond-burr-PECLB000758.topic">Raymond Burr</a>. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002738" title="Grace Kelly" href="/topic/entertainment/grace-kelly-PECLB002738.topic">Grace Kelly</a> suspects him of murdering his wife. The housekeeper, Thelma Ritter, agrees. Is his wife's body in the trunk?! This scene is from "Rear Window" directed by <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002401" title="Alfred Hitchcock" href="/topic/entertainment/alfred-hitchcock-PECLB002401.topic">Alfred Hitchcock</a>. The use of one scene for the entire film is nothing less than brilliant. I love this movie!!!
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( Submitted by Sandy Daggett of LaGrange, Ill. )

Here's James Stewart with his telephoto lens spying on Raymond Burr. Grace Kelly suspects him of murdering his wife. The housekeeper, Thelma Ritter, agrees. Is his wife's body in the trunk?! This scene is from "Rear Window" directed by Alfred Hitchcock. The use of one scene for the entire film is nothing less than brilliant. I love this movie!!!

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