The Most Beautiful Fraud: The Woman in the Window

by Leonard Pierce

As soon as we see Edward G. Robinson in The Woman in the Window, we know there’s going to be trouble.  He’ a professor of psychology (a fact that is helpfully driven home by the name “SIGMUND FREUD” on the chalkboard behind him, even though nothing he’s saying has anything to do with Freudianism), and he’s delivering a lecture to his students on how, the Fifth Commandment notwithstanding, there is murder, and then again, there is murder.  In a crime film, this means the question isn’t if he’ll get mixed up in a homicide, but when, and how many.

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