The Window
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Widely regarded as a "model" B-movie thriller, The Window stars Bobby Driscoll as a young boy prone to fibs. Thus, no one believes him when he claims to have seen a murder in a neighboring apartment. No one, that is, except the killers (Paul Stewart and Ruth Roman). Realizing he won't get any help from his parents (Barbara Hale and Arthur Kennedy) or the law, the boy must figure out a way to save himself from being shut up permanently by the murderers. The film's hair-rising and oft-imitated climax, which takes place in a rotting abandoned tenement, has lost none of its edge… More

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"The Window (1949) is the kind of movie probably best experienced as a child of 11 or 12, plagued by insomnia, moved to turn on late night television."
‑ Dan Callahan, Slant Magazine
"Gripping and realistic."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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