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Look In Any Window(1961)

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  • Look In Any Window

    • BillPhil
    • 5/1/12

    The Movie Is Low Budget, But If You Want To Laugh And Cry... This Is A Minor Classic. I Saw This Way BackOn Late Night TV In The 1960'S, And I'm Glad That TCM Is Showing This In June 2012. This Movie Will Be OnDVD In May 2012. Check Amazon Or eBay For This Title...

  • 'TEEN LEGEND'

    • DUNCAN FOX
    • 1/25/10

    WHEN I WAS '16' YEAR'S OLD I JUST HAPPENED TO HAVE THE T.V. ON LATE ONE 'SUMMER' NIGHT BACK IN 1962 AND I NOTICED THIS TEEN ORIENTED FILM STORY ABOUT A CONFUSED TEENAGER (PAUL ANKA) AND HOW HE WORE A MASK OUT IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD AFTER DARK - LOOKING IN PEOPLE'S WINDOW'S - I SAT AND WATCHED THE REST OF THE MOVIE AND REALLY ENJOYED IT! - I NEVER SAW IT SHOWN AGAIN ON T.V.. THE STORY IS ''LOW BUDGET'' BUT STILL SHOW'S ANKA AT AS A TEEN & IS FULL OF 'YOUTHFULL ENERGY' AND THINKING - WOULD REALLY ENJOY SEING IT AGAIN TODAY - REALLY NEED'S TO BE SHOWN ON T.C.M. & MADE AVAILABLE ON D.V.D. FOR ALL BABY-BOOMER'S TODAY! DUNCAN FOX (AGE 63)

  • Realistic 1960's Family

    • R Walters
    • 10/3/08

    I have not seen this movie since the 1960's, however I remember it vividly because it did not portray the average American family as perfect. Father Knows Best, Lucy, My Three sons, Andy Griffin were the normal portrayal of the American family, this movie was shocking to me.I would love to see it again because I never forgot it or the title. I thought the title role was played by Sal Mineo but now I know it was Paul Anka.

  • LOOK IN ANY WINDOW 1960 is worth a look!

    • CARMINE FINAMORE
    • 11/1/07

    I seen Look in any window on Thanksgivingeve 1965 and i never forgot it. It was nota big or great movie. But it had Paul Ankaand he did the best he could with the tools given in this film. He sums it upat the end,he was guy with a mask who wasbig & strong,who could climb fences & roofs and look in other peoples windowsto see if they were like his famliy.This story gives what a teenage boy w/issues might had done to lash out in 1960. Should be on dvd in an up-gradedprint.

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