The list of films referenced in A.J. Finn’s ‘The Woman in the Window’

Anna Fox is a great lover of classic black and white movies especially Noir-kind of collections. Hence the story intercuts with dialogues and references from all such movies.

Below is the list of films referenced in A. J. Finn’s “The Woman in the Window”.

Page 4:

The Man Who Knew Too Much

Page 16:

Out of the Past

Page 17:

Airplane!

Page 22:

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Page 26:

Les Diaboliques

Page 30:

Graham Greene series:

The Fallen Idol

Ministry of Fear

Page 34:

The 39 Steps

Page 35:

Double Indemnity

Gaslight

Saboteur

The Big Clock

The Thin Man franchise ranked from best (the original) to worst (Song of the Thin Man).

Best Hitchcock films not made by Hitchcock:

Le Boucher

Dark Passage

Niagara

Charade

Sudden Fear

Wait Until Dark

Movies that postdate Hitch:

The Vanishing

Frantic

Side Effects

Casablanca

Frankenstein

… the first Holmes film of the talkie era…- (Return of Sherlock Homes)

Page 44:

(Criterion and Kino, Universal’s Hitchcock boxed set)

Star Wars

Night and the City

Whirlpool

Murder, My Sweet

Night Must Fall

Page 46:

Laura

Page 50:

Vertigo

The Third Man

Page 55:

Downton Abbey

Page 86:

Spellbound

Page 89:

Dead Calm

Page 97:

Rebecca

Page 102:

Strangers on a Train

Page 117:

Rope

Strangers on a Train

North by Northwest

The Lady Vanishes

Page 131:

Gaslight

Page 144:

Dark Passage

Page 145:

The Addams Family

Page 194:

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

The Outlaw

Hot Blood

Page 238:

Shadow of a Doubt

Rear Window

Page 290:

Signs

Page 321:

Rear Window

Body Double

Blow-Up

Gaslight

Page 332:

Vertigo

Page 345:

Midnight Lace

Foreign Correspondent

23 Paces to Baker Street

Vertigo

Page 348:

Rope

Page 350:

Night Must Fall

Page 356:

Vertigo

Page 359:

Whirlpool

Gaslight

Page 375:

Gaslight

Rosemary’s Baby

Page 376:

Charade

Page 380:

The Good Wife

Page 398:

Shadow of a Doubt

Page 403:

That Darn Cat!

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