The New Pictures, Nov. 6, 1944

The Woman in the Window (International) is a psychological thriller that tops anything in its line since Hitchcock's Suspicion. As the second time at bat for the newly formed producing team, International Pictures (TIME, Sept. 18), it marks another clean hit by Producer-Author Nunnally Johnson.

Johnson starts his story like a batter lazily warming up. Professor Wanley (Edward G. Robinson), a humdrum family man, stops on the way to his club to gaze at a glamorous portrait in a gallery window. When the portrait's model (Joan Bennett) turns up and they fall into...

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