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Rear Window, Movie, 1954 IMDB

Pictures provided by: midnight

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Also known as:

  • Das Fenster zum Hof (Germany)
  • La ventana indiscreta (Spain)
  • Fenętre sur cour (France)
  • La finestra sul cortile (Italy)
  • Okno na podwórze (Poland)

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midnight US

2019-02-24 22:22

[Image: lafinestrasulcortile-rearwindow--multilang-multisub-chaptersripbymaxmkv_snapshot_000037_20190224_160.jpg]

midnight US

2019-02-24 22:56

For Impdb:

[Image: lafinestrasulcortile-rearwindow--multilang-multisub-chaptersripbymaxmkv_snapshot_000440_20190224_164.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2019-02-24 23:06:07

62imperial US

2019-02-24 23:09

The passing cars are mostly English Fords (or one Ford with several paint jobs) plus at least one Nash Rambler. They were probably chosen for their small size - to fit on the set, and to trick the eye into appearing farther away.

midnight US

2019-02-24 23:28

I like how there's only one view of the street so you can feel what it's like to look out only the window.

LVCDC FR

2019-02-25 00:04

Thanks midnight but IMPDB has its own page since April 2013 ... with some extra :)

CougarTim US

2019-02-25 00:11

Wasn't there a picture of a race car in the opening montage?

chicomarx BE

2019-02-25 01:34

A race car and several other shots on the wall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3uo8sd_xBc
You could argue they are part of the movie as the camera lingers on them.

midnight US

2019-02-25 06:35

I don't care about adding pictures on the wall unless it relates directly to the story or it's very rare vehicle.

-- Last edit: 2019-02-25 06:36:10

midnight US

2019-02-25 06:37

LVCDC wrote Thanks midnight but IMPDB has its own page since April 2013 ... with some extra :)


I should have looked first but I assumed there wasn't because no one had added the cars yet which is unusual with the popularity of the movie.

midnight US

2019-02-25 06:41

CougarTim wrote Wasn't there a picture of a race car in the opening montage?


Feel free to add it yourself!

midnight US

2019-02-25 07:12

I'm working on two huge Youtube videos now, one of them for several years now. I just don't care about adding pictures on the wall in movies anymore or movies/shows/music videos with more than only a few vehicles.

Lateef NO

2019-02-25 13:17

How odd, I could've sworn this movie was on here. I can even recall looking it up and finding the entry after watching it in film class back in 2011. Mandela Effect I guess.

chicomarx BE

2019-02-25 18:28

I thought the movie was here too. :think:
@midnight it does relate to the story because they establish James Stewart as the photographer.

Nightrider RU

2019-02-25 22:49

Lateef wrote How odd, I could've sworn this movie was on here.


Same here. I was sure that movie is here, or I would upload it myself.

Nightrider RU

2019-02-25 22:51

chicomarx wrote A race car and several other shots on the wall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3uo8sd_xBc
You could argue they are part of the movie as the camera lingers on them.



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-- Last edit: 2019-02-25 22:52:10

CougarTim US

2019-02-28 01:16

The racetrack is almost certainly Indianapolis based on the grandstands. The cars have probably been recolored. #23 looks like a Kurtis. #87 possibly a Kuzma? (#87 may be mirrored; most Indy cars of this era I'm seeing have exhausts on the right)

Third picture has a 1953 Plymouth and a 1940 Chevrolet.

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