The Window 1949

The Window

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When young Tommy (Bobby Driscoll) sneaks out of his bedroom and onto the fire escape of his tenement building, he sees two neighbors, Joe (Paul Stewart) and Jean Kellerson (Ruth Roman), murder a sailor (Richard Benedict). Tommy, who has been reprimanded before by his parents for telling phony stories, informs his mother (Barbara Hale) of the crime, but she does not believe him. After his mother leaves to attend to a sick relative, Tommy worries that the Kellersons will try to kill him, too.

Cast

Arthur Kennedy
as Mr. Ed Woodry
Barbara Hale
as Mrs. Mary Woodry
Bobby Driscoll
as Tommy Woodry
Ruth Roman
as Mrs. Jean Kellerson
Paul Stewart
as Mr. Kellerton
Richard Benedict
as Drunken Seaman
Jim Nolan
as Stranger on Street
Lee Phelps
as Police Officer
Eric Mack
as Police Officer
Charles Flynn
as Police Officer
Budd Fine
as Police Officer
Carl Faulkner
as Police Officer
Lloyd Dawson
as Police Officer
Carl Saxe
as Police Officer
Lee Kass
as Reporter
Tex Swan
as Milkman
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Critic Reviews for The Window

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Audience Reviews for The Window

  • Jun 03, 2019
    A 78-minute gem about a boy who's cried wolf so often his parents don't believe him when he witnesses a murder. Child actor Bobby Driscoll excels.
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