A boy with a telescope espies a murder being committed in a physician's office across from his family's apartment. Already known for having a fertile imagination, he is not believed when he... See full summary »

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Kookie (as Edward Byrnes)
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Audrey King
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Hugh Wilson
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Alice Blake
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Timmy Wilson
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Dr. Jack Perry
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A boy with a telescope espies a murder being committed in a physician's office across from his family's apartment. Already known for having a fertile imagination, he is not believed when he describes the scene by what he thinks he saw: a man killing a bear. Written by John Paul F.D. Morris

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13 February 1959 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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In a remarkable coincidence, at several points Timmy is referred to or comically addressed as "Mr. Wilson." A few months later, Jay North was cast as "Dennis the Menace," whose chief antagonist was, yes, Mr. Wilson. See more »

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Kookie: Look I don't dig pain dad so stop twistin' the knife.
Stuart Bailey: You're sure the woman you saw leave the building wore mink?
Kookie: My optics got 20/20 dad. And on my gig I've got to spot the mink tippers from the rabbits.
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Sounds familiar

The usual scheme here where a young kid is witness of a murder committed whilst he was about to fall from a roof. But don't worry, from there you have a rather effective suspense yarn. Especially when you learn that the murdering couple is aware of what the kid saw. Everything in this episode is predictable from one thousand miles but it remains worth watching. Even if you have seen Ted Tetzlaff's THE WINDOW, you can see it without any problem, because it remains quite different from the movie on many points. The lead detectives have not a great importance in this tale and that's quite interesting.

Directed by David Rich, a film maker who made for big screen too.


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