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Professional photographer L.B. "Jeff" Jeffries is a prisoner of sorts in his own apartment sporting a hip cast from one of his adventures. He has little to do and spends much of the time observing his neighbors...
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Thank you all!
Let me give it a try:
link to return of Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window" to theaters
It looks right Valentina, but I still can't get it to work as a quick link. Don't know what's wrong, sorry to cause so much trouble for you. It is hard for me to claim a favorite, North by Northwest is one too. I even love "The 39 steps" and all of his old stuff! I thought the acting with the young Sean Connery was a little stiff in "Marnie" (for Tippie's character it was appropriate), but I don't think any of his films relied on the acting!
Hitchcock's Rear Window
If this doesn't work; I give up! My favorites are Rear Window and North by Northwest. Must say Vertigo is probably my least favorite although the critics now adore it as compared to when it was first released. Hitchcock was a genius.
I did go to see your link by copying and pasting into my browser. I am glad to see that, in cinemas nationwide no less! I am a very big fan and might go if it is played here just to meet like-minded people. I think "The Man Who Knew Too Much" might be my favorite. Do you have one?
Oh, please try again. I have always loved your quick links! Paste the link right in the black box and don't forget to select the check mark.
Thanks for the link below Valentina, but they don't come out as quick links (at least for me) anymore with copy and paste. I experimented with them and discovered a new way that I posted on the forum. If you are interested
"Rear Window Back" is back on the big screen. http://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Alfred-Hitchcocks-REAR-WINDOW-Is-Back-on-the-Big-Screen-20150321
Oh wow!!! Shame on me not making that connection, one of my favorites, one I would see again anytime! And with Grace too. Hitchcock always rocks!
Thanks, Russ. It's the story line from Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window." Jimmy Stewart played photographer L.B. "Jeff" Jeffries.
Love the story line! ( and the design too!)
Thanks Vagrfd for the lovely comment and everyone for the likes.
Thanks so much, Janip and Lucii!
It was absolutely black and blue :D :DThis is amazing!!! So fantastic!
Great spacious and open design!
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