Rear Window (1954): No-evidence

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The clip no-evidence from Rear Window (1954) with Wendell Corey, James Stewart. Powered by: Anyclip. any mo...
The clip no-evidence from Rear Window (1954) with Wendell Corey, James Stewart. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. I hate to remind you, But this all started because you said she was murdered. Now, did anyone, including you, actually see her murdered? What are you doing? Are you interested in solving this case or making me look foolish? Well, if possible, both. Then do a good job of it. Go over there and search Thorwald's apartment. It must be knee-deep in evidence. I can't do that. l don't mean right now, but when he goes out for a drink, Or a paper, or something. What he doesn't know won't hurt him. I can't do that even if he isn't there. What's he... Does he have a courtesy card from the police department or something? Now don't get me mad. Not even a detective can walk into an apartment and search it. If I were caught in there, they'd have my badge within ten minutes. Make sure you don't get caught, that's all. If you find something, you've got a murderer, And they don't care about a couple of house rules. If you don't find anything, the fellow's clear. At the risk of sounding stuffy, I'd like to remind you of the Constitution and the phrase, 'search warrant issued by a judge " who knows the Bill of Rights verbatim. He must ask for evidence. Give him evidence. yeah, I can hear myself, "Your Honour, I have a friend who's an amateur sleuth." "The other night, after having a heavy dinner, he..." He'd throw the New York State penal code in my face, And there's six volumes. By tomorrow morning there may not be any evidence left Over in that apartment, you know that. It's a detective's nightmare. What do you need before you can search? Tell me now, what do you need? Bloody footsteps leading up to the door? One thing I don't need is heckling. You called me and asked for help. Now you're behaving like a taxpayer. How did we ever stand each other in that plane For three years during the war?