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The original split rear window 🤔
A few of us have been discussing the genius movies of Hitchcock, so I'm wondering what are your Top 3 of Hitch's works?
2) Rear Window
3) The Birds
Which one of you is driving a red SUV with a dang bad dragon sticker on your rear window lmao
A 1970 Ford F100. Inline six-cylinder. I like them completely stock. Not raised. Not lowered. No big wheels or chrome rims. I love the dog dish hub caps. If I ever modified one, I might put a slider rear window for air flow. 60-70 were great years for Ford truck.
I forgot to defrost my rear window. I guess someone is gonna die today.
This is a Barbie that was created & inspired by the Lisa character from the Alfred Hitchcock film, Rear Window (1954). She was played by Grace Kelly.
Kiddo’s film class has him watching Batman, The Dark Knight, The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Rear Window, Shawshank, Streetcar named Desire and Get Out. Seems like a pretty interesting high school trimester
Just saw a car with a big rear window sticker that had the upside down👌and "YOU LOOKED"
Going with a Hitchcock classic tonight: Rear Window (1954). If you haven't seen it yet, you're missing out.
This movie is stocked with great lines. Here's one:
Lisa: Where does a man get inspiration to write a song like that?
Jeff: He gets it from the landlady once a month.
That moment when you are driving alone and you hear a noise that seems to be coming from within the vehicle.
“It’s that freaking Marmalade cat! He snuck in and is going to whiz all over😫”
It was the rear window wiper. But yes, Marmalade is giving me a complex.
A Bosch pull-over chop saw was stolen from a flat in Menzies Court, Perth, between 3pm Mon 2nd – 7:10am Tues 3rd. The flat is currently being refurbished, and a rear window was forced open to gain entry. If you have any info, please call 101 – ref incident 0503 of 3rd December.
Cornell Woolrich was born on this day (December 4) in 1903.
Filmography with Hitchcock:
Rear Window (1954) - writer: short story
The beauty of Hitchcock: I claim North by Northwest is my favorite and then watch thirty minutes of Rear Window and think or maybe this is. I’m sure when Shadow of a Doubt comes on later I’ll be annointing it.
Rear window (1954)
Whole movie through window!
Ooo! I love Rear Window
Fantastic bit of car action there, had a James Bond model car as a child with a bullet shield that popped up behind rear window! https://twitter.com/tierneysimon/status/1202218948613279751
What you feel while watching the Peloton Ad--something vaguely sinister & desperate--is what I feel when I see teenagers doing everything their parents want them to in order to get into a rear-window sticker worthy college.
"It isn't dying I'm afraid of, it isn't that at all; I know what it is to die, I've died already."
CORNELL WOOLRICH, #botd 1903; lone, gay, troubled author of many pulp stories that led to classics like REAR WINDOW, PHANTOM LADY, THE WINDOW, and THE LEOPARD MAN.
The effectiveness of Alfred Hitchcock’s best films was how he made the audience an accomplice, never more so than REAR WINDOW in my view. https://twitter.com/ddoniolvalcroze/status/1200259893363531776
Compact, but, uh... ample enough.
Rear Window (1954)