Re: RARA-AVIS: On-screen REAR WINDOW credit to Woolrich or Irish?

From: E.Borgers (
Date: 17 Feb 2005


It's credited to Woolrich, no doubt. I've seen (for the nth time) the film approx 3 months ago, and I recall it. I checked also in two reliable films listings and they both speak of Cornell Woolrich as well for the base of the script. As you know, William Irish was a pseudo of Woorich.

"Rear Window" is one of my personal Hitchcock favorites. It stands the time test.

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Duane Spurlock :

>I was reading a review of Cornell Woolrich's REAR WINDOW, which mentions the screen credit to Woolrich in Hitchcock's film.
>Was the screen credit to Woolrich or to William Irish?
> credits Woolrich, but that doesn't necessarily mean the film did so.

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