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. . . which is why the storyline never came up once during the first "working dinner" between director Alfred Hitchcock and screenwriter John Michael Hayes ostensibly concerning this movie project, according to the documentary short entitled SCREENWRITER JOHN MICHAEL HAYES ON REAR WINDOW. Let's face it, what was there to discuss that Ol' Hitch could've place into words? Would he say, "I might have used a pretty gimmick during ROPE to hold my team on edge and drive the producers nuts, but by the time I receive done with REAR WINDOW it will be such a notorious pain-in-the-butt that people will long for the "good times" at the end of ROPE, declaring that making ROPE was a walk in the park compared to slaving away on REAR WINDOW?" Would he talk about a fiendish plan to scoop out basements and sub-basements on the "REAR WINDOW sound stage" and his plot to tie up each piece of lighting equipment in Hollywood to simulate the nice outdoors (when any director with a several common cents would have BUILT THIS SET OUTSIDE!)? Would Hitch the infamous Svengali brag about the no-dating-royalty clause he thought was ironclad in Grace Kelly's contract? Only Heaven knows.
Screenwriter John Michael Hayes on 'Rear Window' (2001)*** 1/2 (out of 4) This 13-minute featurette is cute much described by the game itself. Screenwriter John Michael Hayes is interviewed about certain points of his early life but the main focus is his work on Hitchcock's REAR WINDOW. The screenwriter talks about his early days of going to films and how he realized that certain screenwriters and directors were dependable in regards to turning out a nice product. He talks about how he everytime considered Hitchcock one of these folks so he then talks about how he got the ebook sent to him. This led to a dinner with Hitchcock where the screenwriter was asked what his favourite movie of his was, which he replied SHADOW OF A DOUBT. This here led to the screenwriter thinking he blew his possibility at the fresh project but the rest is history. This is a cute fun interview because John Michael Hayes goes into so much feature about his concepts on the story, what Hitchcock asked for and there's even a discussion about him spending a week with Grace Kelly so that he should receive a nice concept about her because her hero wasn't in the original book. He also says some nice stories about basing her hero after his wife and how during the preview she caught onto what he had done. The writer tells that at the end of production you just knew it was a situation where everything had gone right and they all knew it.
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