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Rear Window is based on a story from the February 1942 issue of Dime Detective Magazine called "It Had to be Murder", written by Cornell Woolrich (under the pseudonym William Irish). Alfred Hitchcock, who was a longtime fan of Woolrich's pulp...
Most likely written between 750 and 650 B.C., The Odyssey is an epic poem about the wanderings of the Greek hero Odysseus following his victory in the Trojan War (which, if it did indeed take place, occurred in the 12th-century B.C. in Mycenaean...
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When Conway speaks to the pilot, the pilot points a gun at him through the window of the cockpit.
Mrs. Putnam wanted Ruth to go to Tituba. She wanted to know about her children who'd died.
MRs. Putnam: Reverend Parris, I have laid seven babies un-baptized in the earth. Believe me, sir, you never saw more hearty babies born, And yet, each...
In attempt to get rescued, Conway tries to communicate with the natives, composes SOS messages, which he drops from the plane, and also, tries to reason with the pilot.
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