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The clip nurse stella arrives from Rear Window (1954) with Raymond Burr, Thelma Ritter Good morning. I said, "Good morning!" Oh, good morning. Say, I wouldn't dig so deep if I were you. You're giving them far too much water. Why don't you shut up? Well! I do declare. State sentence for a peeping tom, Is six months in the workhouse. Oh, hello, sweetheart. They got no windows in the workhouse. In the old days, they used to put your eyes out with a red-hot poker. Any of those bikini bombshells you're always watching Worth a red-hot poker? Oh, dear. We've become a race of Peeping Toms. What people ought to do is get outside their own house And look in for a change. Yes, sir. How's that for a bit of homespun philosophy? Reader's Digest, April 1939. Well, I only quote from the best. You don't have to take my temperature this morning. Quiet. See if you can break 100. You know, I should have been a gypsy fortune-teller Instead of an insurance company nurse. I got a nose for trouble. Can smell it ten miles away. You heard of that market crash in "29? I predicted that. Just how did you do that, Stella? Oh, simple. I was nursing a director of General Motors. "Kidney ailment," they said. "Nerves," I said.
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The clip nurse stella arrives Part 2 from Rear Window (1954) with Thelma Ritter, James Stewart Then I asked myself, "What's General Motors got to be nervous about?" "Overproduction," I says. "Collapse." When General Motors has to go to the bathroom ten times a day, The whole country's ready to let go. You know, Stella, in economics, a kidney ailment Has no relationship to the stock market. None whatsoever. Crashed, didn't it? I can smell trouble right here in this apartment. First you smash your leg, Then you get to looking out the window, See things you shouldn't see. Trouble. I can see you in court now Surrounded by a bunch of lawyers in double-breasted suits. You're pleading. You say, "Judge, it was only a bit of innocent fun. I love my neighbours, like a father." And the judge says, 'Well, congratulations. You've just given birth to three years in Dannamora." Right now, I'd welcome trouble. You've got a hormone deficiency. How can you tell from a thermometer? Those bathing beauties you've been watching Haven't raised your temperature one degree in a month.
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The clip voyuer from Rear Window (1954) with James Stewart Jefferies. Congratulations, Jeff. For what? Getting rid of that cast. Who said I was getting rid of it? This is Wednesday. Seven weeks from the day you broke your leg. Yes or no? Gunnison, how did you get to be such a big editor With such a small memory? Thrift, industry and hard work... And catching the publisher with his secretary. Did I get the wrong day? No. No, wrong week. Next Wednesday I emerge from this... Plaster cocoon. That's too bad, Jeff. Well, I guess I can't be lucky every day. Forget I called. yeah, I sure feel sorry for you, Gunnison. Must be rough on you thinking of me wearing this cast for another week. That one week is gonna cost me my best photographer, And you a big assignment. Where? There's no point in even talking about it. Oh, come on, come on. Where? Kashmir. Got a code tip from the bureau chief this morning. The place is about to go up in smoke. What did I tell you? Didn't I tell you that's the next place to watch? You did. When do I leave? Hour? With that cast on? You don't. Stop sounding stuffy. I can take pictures from a jeep or a water buffalo, if necessary. You're too valuable to the magazine for us to play around with. I'll send Morgan or Lambert. Morgan or Lambert. That's fine. I get myself half-killed for you, And you reward me by stealing my assignments. l didn't ask you to stand in the middle of an automobile racetrack. You asked for something dramatically different. You got it. So did you. Goodbye, Jeff. Now, wait a minute, Gunnison. You've got to get me out of here. Six weeks sitting in a two-room apartment With nothing to do but look out the window at the neighbours. Bye, Jeff. No, Gunnison, I...
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The clip voyuer Part 2 from Rear Window (1954) with James Stewart Lf you don't pull me out of this swamp of boredom, I?m gonna do something drastic. Like what? "Like what?" Get married. Then I?ll never be able to go anywhere. It?s about time you got married, Before you turn into a lonesome and bitter, old man. yeah, can't you just see me? Rushing home to a hot apartment To listen to the automatic laundry and the electric dishwasher And the garbage disposal and the nagging wife. Jeff, wives don't nag any more, they discuss. Is that so? Is that so? Maybe in the high-rent district they discuss. In my neighbourhood, they still nag. Well, you know best. I'll call you later. yeah, have some good news the next time, huh?
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The clip opening credits from Rear Window (1954)
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The clip first view from Rear Window (1954) Men, are you over 40? When you wake up in the morning, do you feel tired and rundown? Do you have that listless feeling?
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The clip first view Part 2 from Rear Window (1954)
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The clip Thorwald attacks from Rear Window (1954) with Raymond Burr, James Stewart What do you want from me? Your friend, the girl, could have turned me in. Why didn't she? What is it you want, a lot of money? I don't have any money. Say something. Say something! Tell me what you want! Can you get me that ring back? No. Tell her to bring it back. I can't. The police have it by now. Lisa! Doyle! What was that? Look! Look over at that apartment! They're fighting!
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The clip Thorwald attacks Part 2 from Rear Window (1954) with Wendell Corey, Thelma Ritter Look, he's throwing him out the window! Doyle! Creele, give me your .38! I'm sorry, Jeff. I got here as fast as I could. Don't let anybody touch him. Get me a medical bag from upstairs. Lisa, sweetie, if anything had happened to you - I'm alright. Gee, I'm proud of you. You got enough for a search warrant now? Oh, yeah, sure. Lieutenant Doyle. Yeah? Is he OK? He's alive. Thorwald's ready to take us on a tour of the East River. Did he say what was buried in the flower bed? Yeah. He said the dog got too inquisitive, so he dug it up. It's in a hat box over in his apartment. Want to look? No, thanks. I don't want any part of her.
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The clip Final view from Rear Window (1954) with Ross Bagdasarian, Judith Evelyn I hope it's gonna be a hit. This is the first release. I'd love to hear it. I can't tell you what this music has meant to me. Oh, sweet little puppy. Don't jump. Let's try it again, puppy. Stay still. Stay. Stanley! Hello, baby. My, look what the army's done for you! The army's made me hungry. What have you got in the icebox to eat? Boy, it's good to be home. Lf you had told me you'd quit your job, We wouldn't have gotten married. Oh, honey. Come on.
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The clip Thorwald returns from Rear Window (1954) with James Stewart, Grace Kelly What... Lisa! Lisa! "Precinct Six, Sergeant Allgood." Hello. Look, a man is assaulting a woman at 125 West Ninth Street, Second floor, at the rear. Make it fast! "Your name?" I B Jefferies. "Phone number?" Chelsea 2-5598 "Two minutes." The door was open. Oh... I told you... Oh, no! Let go of me! Jeff! Oh, no!
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The clip Thorwald returns Part 2 from Rear Window (1954) with Grace Kelly, James Stewart Jeff! Jeff! Jeff! Lisa! Stella, what do we do? Jeff! Jeff! Here they come.
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The clip Miss Lonelyhearts' suicide from Rear Window (1954) with Thelma Ritter, James Stewart Alright, fellows, let's try it once from the beginning. Miss Lonelyhearts. Oh, call the police! "Operator." Get me the police, sixth precinct. "Yes, sir." Mr. Jefferies, the music stopped her.
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The clip Thorwald approaches from Rear Window (1954) with James Stewart Hello, Tom. I think Thorwald's left. I don't see... Hello?
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The clip Thorwald approaches Part 2 from Rear Window (1954)
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The clip Arrest and discovery from Rear Window (1954) with Thelma Ritter, James Stewart What's she trying to do? Why doesn't she turn him in? She's a smart girl. "Smart girl?" She'll be arrested. It'll get her out of there, won't it? Look, the wedding ring! Turn off the light! He's seen us! How long do you think he'll stay there? Unless he's dumber than I think, he won't wait until his lease is up. Get my billfold out of the drawer in the table there. Get my billfold out of the drawer in the table there. What do you need money for? I'm gonna bail Lisa out of jail. What do you need money for? I'm gonna bail Lisa out of jail. You could leave her there till next Tuesday. You could leave her there till next Tuesday. Then you could sneak safely away as planned. yeah, let's see, $127. yeah, let's see, $127. How much do you need? How much do you need? Well, this is first offence burglary, that's about $250. Well, this is first offence burglary, that's about $250. Lisa's handbag. Lisa's handbag. yeah. yeah. How much does she have? How much does she have? Fifty cents. Fifty cents. Here, take this. Here, take this. I got $20 or so in my purse. I got $20 or so in my purse. What about the rest? What about the rest? When those cops see Lisa, they'll even contribute. When those cops see Lisa, they'll even contribute. Just a minute. Hurry up! Just a minute. Hurry up! Jefferies. "What is it now?" Jefferies. "What is it now?" Doyle, I've got something really big for you. Doyle, I've got something really big for you. "Why did I have to return your call?" "Why did I have to return your call?"
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