Rear Window (1954): Nurse Stella Arrives

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The clip nurse stella arrives from Rear Window (1954) with Raymond Burr, Thelma Ritter Good morning. I sai...
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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