Rear Window

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A successful architect is left quadriplegic after a car accident. In his bedridden state, Jason (Reeves) begins spying on the lives of his neighbors, until his harmless hobby takes a dark turn through a tale of infidelity, disappearance and, possibly murder.

A successful architect is left quadriplegic after a car accident. In his bedridden state, Jason (Reeves) begins spying on the lives of his neighbors, until his harmless hobby takes a dark turn through a tale of infidelity, disappearance and, possibly murder.

Original Release

11/22/1998

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Cast

Anne Twomey Leila, Jason's Ex-Wife
Christopher Reeve Jason Kemp
Daryl Hannah Claudia Henderson
Robert Forster Detective Charlie Moore
Ruben Santiago-Hudson Antonio Fredericks
Ritchie Coster Julian Thorpe
Allison Mackie Ilene's Sister
Ali Marsh Alison Rothman
Julie Baker Luscious Woman
Maggie Kiley Professional Woman
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Jeff Bleckner

Writers

Cornell Woolrich, Eric Ellis Overmyer, Larry Gross

Cast

Anne Twomey Leila, Jason's Ex-Wife
Christopher Reeve Jason Kemp
Daryl Hannah Claudia Henderson
Robert Forster Detective Charlie Moore
Ruben Santiago-Hudson Antonio Fredericks
Ritchie Coster Julian Thorpe
Allison Mackie Ilene's Sister
Ali Marsh Alison Rothman
Julie Baker Luscious Woman
Maggie Kiley Professional Woman
Peter Giles Professional Man
Max Chalawsky Writer
Marc Holzman Gay Man
David Pittu Gay Mate
Monique Cintron Janet
David Wohl Dr. Schneider
Kevin O'Rourke Roy Mason
John Rothman Franklin Porter
Leigh Zimmerman Business Woman
Deedee Magno Popoff Nurse (as Deedee Lynn Magno)

Producers

Steven Haft Executive Producer
Robert A. Halmi Executive Producer
David V. Picker Executive Producer
Christopher Reeve Executive Producer
Lucille Smith Executive Producer
Sheldon Abend Producer
Robert V. Gaulin Producer
Jeff Bleckner Producer
Steven Haft Producer
Jonathan Starch Producer
Lucille Smith Producer

Editors

Geoffrey Rowland

1999 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television Nominated
1999 Emmy Outstanding Music Composition for a Miniseries or a Movie (Dramatic Underscore) Nominated
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