James Stewart - Rear Window
Grace Kelly, James Stewart - Rear Window
Thelma Ritter, Grace Kelly, James Stewart - Rear Window
Thelma Ritter, James Stewart - Rear Window

A news photographer, confined to a wheelchair following an accident, passes his time by watching his neighbours. He becomes convinced that there has been a murder.

Books on Rear Window
John Fawell
Hitchcock's Rear Window, The Well-Made Film
Carbondale and Edwardsville, 2001

John Belton (ed.)
Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window
Cambridge, 2000

Stefan Sharff
The Art of Looking in Hitchcock's Rear Window
New York, 1997

Francis Montcoffe
Fenêtre sur Cour, Alfred Hitchcock: Etude critique
Paris, 1990
Books with substantial mentioning of Rear Window
Pamela Robertson Wojcik
The apartment plot, Urban living in American film and popular culture, 1945 to 1975
Duke University Press, 2010

Jürgen Müller (ed.)
Movies of the 50s
Köln, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Paris, Tokyo, 2005

Christine Tomassini, editor, Carol Schwartz, contributing editor
Magill's Cinema Annual 2001, 20th Edition. A Survey of the Films of 2000
Detroit, New York, [..], 2001

Tom Pendergast, Sara Pendergast (eds.)
International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, 1. Films
Detroit/New York/San Francisco/London/Boston/Woodbridge, CT, 2000

Joseph J. Cocchiarelli
Screen Sleuths, A Filmography
New York & London, 1992

James Naremore
Acting in the Cinema
Berkeley, Los Angeles and London, 1988

Robert A. Harris & Michael S. Lasky
The Films of Alfred Hitchcock
Secaucus, NJ, 1979

Donald Spoto
The Art of Alfred Hitchcock, Fifty Years of His Motion Pictures
New York, 1976

Albert J. LaValley (editor)
Focus on Hitchcock
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1972

Robin Wood
Hitchcock's Films
New York, 1969
Books with an entry on Rear Window
Michael F. Keaney
Film Noir Guide, 745 Films of the Classic Era, 1940-1959
Jefferson, North Carolina, and London, 2003
Articles on Rear Window
Jonathan Freedman, From Spellbound to Vertigo. Alfred Hitchcock and Therapeutic Culture in America, in: Jonathan Freedman and Richard Millington (eds.), Hitchcock's America, New York; Oxford, 1999
Dana Brand, Rear-View Mirror. Hitchcock, Poe, and the Flaneur in America, in: Jonathan Freedman and Richard Millington (eds.), Hitchcock's America, New York; Oxford, 1999
John Carlos Rowe, Caged Heat, Feminist Rebellion in In the Cage and Rear Window, in: Susan M. Griffin and Alan Nadel (eds.), The Men Who Knew Too Much, New York, 2012
Reviews
Bosley Crowther, Rear Window, in: John Belton (ed.), Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, Cambridge, 2000
Brog, Rear Window, in: John Belton (ed.), Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, Cambridge, 2000
John McCarten, The Current Cinema: Hitchcock Confined Again, in: John Belton (ed.), Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, Cambridge, 2000
Steve Sondhein, Rear Window, in: John Belton (ed.), Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, Cambridge, 2000
Author:Jonathan Freedman
Title:From Spellbound to Vertigo. Alfred Hitchcock and Therapeutic Culture in America
in:Jonathan Freedman and Richard Millington (eds.), Hitchcock's America, New York; Oxford, 1999
Pp:77-98
Illustrations:  yes
Related film: Spellbound (1945)
Rear Window (1954)
Vertigo (1958)
Related person:   Alfred Hitchcock
Author:Dana Brand
Title:Rear-View Mirror. Hitchcock, Poe, and the Flaneur in America
in:Jonathan Freedman and Richard Millington (eds.), Hitchcock's America, New York; Oxford, 1999
Pp:123-134
Illustrations:  yes
Related film: Rear Window (1954)
Related person:   Alfred Hitchcock
Author:Bosley Crowther
Title:Rear Window
in:John Belton (ed.), Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, Cambridge, 2000
Pp:163-164
Illustrations:  no
Review of:   Rear Window (1954)
Author:Brog
Title:Rear Window
in:John Belton (ed.), Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, Cambridge, 2000
Pp:165-166
Illustrations:  no
Review of:   Rear Window (1954)
Author:John McCarten
Title:The Current Cinema: Hitchcock Confined Again
in:John Belton (ed.), Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, Cambridge, 2000
Pp:166-168
Illustrations:  no
Review of:   Rear Window (1954)
Author:Steve Sondhein
Title:Rear Window
in:John Belton (ed.), Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, Cambridge, 2000
Pp:168-170
Illustrations:  no
Review of:   Rear Window (1954)
Author:John Carlos Rowe
Title:Caged Heat, Feminist Rebellion in In the Cage and Rear Window
in:Susan M. Griffin and Alan Nadel (eds.), The Men Who Knew Too Much, New York, 2012
Pp:174-188
Illustrations:  yes
Related film: Rear Window (1954)



Rear Window
United States 1954

Directed by

Cast
Judith Evelyn
Frank Cady
Marla English
Anthony Warde
Benny Bartlett
Dick Simmons
Iphigenie Castiglioni

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Year:1954
Running time:112 minutes
Country:United States
Language:English

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