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Cheryl Draper (Barbara Stanwyck) sees a murder through her bedroom window, but no one will believe her. She is stalked by the suave killer ('George Sanders'), who first takes steps to convince police she is crazy, but she has ally in a sympathetic policeman (Gary Merrill). Written by
Released less than a month before _Rear Window (1954)_, to which the film bears plot similarities. See more »
Cheryl lives in a luxury apartment in a metropolitan section of Los Angeles, yet for some reason has to drive down a winding deserted road to reach the local police station, which is also located in an urban downtown area. See more »
You don't expect me to deny something I saw with my own eyes. And I did see him kill her.
Eyewitnesses have been known to be wrong. They've sworn many an innocent man into jail.
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Barbara Stanwyck sees a murder through her window, the problem is no one will believe her. George Sanders plays an author with a twisted mind who taunts Stanwyck through out the film. A little predictable but never the less enjoyable to watch.
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