Day 11: (1954) Rear Window https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047396/ The movie was shot on a specially constructed set that took fifty men two months to build, and cost somewhere between $75,000 and $100,000. In order to get the scale right, the sound stage floor had to be removed so the courtyard could be built in a former storage space in the basement. Therefore, Stewart's apartment, which appears to be on the second floor, was actually at street level. The set included thirty-one apartments, twelve of which were fully furnished. Excellent Hitchcock film! Jimmy Stewart is fantastic. I also love Thelma Ritter's (Stella) commentary. The "glowy" quality of the film stock just adds to the mystery of the subject matter. Love love love.