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1954 ... 'Rear Window'

'Rear Window',with Jimmy Stewart, Grace Kelly and director Alfred Hitchcock. One of the scariest movies be Alfred Hitchock.

You Can't Take it With You.  One of my Favorites, has Dub Taylor, a regular on Andy Griffth show, in the living room, a Alabama pennant, he is married to Ann Miller in the Movie, with Jean Arthur, Jimmy Stewart, Spring Byington, etc....wonderful cast

You Can't Take it with You, 1938 - Ann Miller, Spring Byinton and Edward Arnold

Grace Kelly, James Stewart and Alfred Hitchcock, the stars and director of Rear Window, being shown press photography equipment by L.A. Times photographer Phil Bath. Los Angeles, California. August 10th, 1954

August From left, Grace Kelly, Los Angeles Times photographer Phil Bath, James Stewart and director Alfred Hitchcock look over camera equipment used by press photographers and in the Hitchcock movie Rear Window.

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“Rear Window”

The Architecture of Thrill: How Hitchcock Inspires Spatial Effects,Rear Window Image Courtesy of Ethics Course, School of Architecture UIC

9 Surprisingly Feminist Classic Films, Because Strong Women Have Always Existed | HuffPost Women

9 Surprisingly Feminist Classic Films, Because Strong Women Have Always Existed

"Classic cinema of powerful women kicking caboose and taking names on their own terms." Surprisingly Feminist Classic Films, Because Strong Women Have Always Existed.

String map, Sherlock Holmes.

Sherlock Holmes – A Game of Shadows Starring: Robert Downey, Jr. as Sherlock Holmes and Jude Law as Dr. (click thru for high res)

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