DiscoverThe Literary License PodcastSeason 2: Episode 67 - Rear Windows
Season 2:  Episode 67 - Rear Windows

Season 2: Episode 67 - Rear Windows

Update: 2019-07-20
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Rear Window (1954)


 


Based on the short story, It Had To Be Murder by Cornell Woolrich, with script written by John Michael Hayes and directed by Alfred Hitchcock.  This film is considered one of the  greatest films ever made.



The film is filmed entirely on a purpose built set which was the largest of kind with a massive drainage system to accommodate the rain.  The actors would all stay on set through all of filming living their lives in their flats as their characters.


 


The film stars James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Thelma Ritter and Raymond Burr.


 


We are joined by director, writer and actor Dave Campfield.  You can view his film that was inspired by Rear Window through Amazon.  Click here:  


 


We also have one of our favourite authors of dark fiction/horror Jonathan Janz whose books will send a chill down your back whilst keeping you thoroughly entranced by his plots and characters.  Make sure you sign up for his newsletter via his website by Clicking Here:  


 


Opening Credits (.20); Introduction (2.27); Forming the Plot (7.08); Commercial Break (14.24); Lights, Camera, Action (19.26); Epilogue (1:29.26); End Credits (1:33.57); Closing Credits (1:36.37)


 


Opening Credits:  Rear Window by Franz Waxman from the album Rear Window – The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


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Closing Credits: Somebody’s Watching Me – by Rockwell– Taken from the album Scream (Michael Jackson)


 


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All songs are available through Amazon.


 

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Season 2:  Episode 67 - Rear Windows

Season 2: Episode 67 - Rear Windows

Literary License Podcast