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Rear Window

Wednesday, July 24, 2013  >  9:30 p.m.

Lawn west of Haas Fine Arts Center

>  Rain location: Woodland Theater of Davies Center
>  Admission is free and open to all

Sidelined by a broken leg, a photojournalist (James Stewart) is confined to his Greenwich Village apartment during a sweltering heat wave. Bored, he fills his restless days and nights by peering into the private lives of his neighbors around the rear courtyard. When he comes to believe that the salesman (Raymond Burr) across the way has murdered his nagging wife, no one — not his high-society girlfriend (Grace Kelly), his visiting nurse (Thelma Ritter), or his police detective buddy (Wendell Corey) — can tell him otherwise.


United States 1954
112 minutes
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock


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