FILE - This 1954 file photo released by Paramount Pictures shows Jimmy Stewart, left, and Grace Kelly in Alfred Hitchcock's film, "Rear Window." A producing team has won the theatrical stage rights to “Rear Window,” the noir tale that Alfred Hitchcock made into a classic film. Producer Charlie Lyons, director Jay Russell and actor Tim Guinee announced Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012, that their two-year hunt for the rights have been successful and they’re hoping to mount the show on Broadway. The film version, starring Stewart and Kelly, tells the story of a wheelchair-bound witness to a possible murder. (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, file)

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FILE - This 1954 file photo released by Paramount Pictures shows Jimmy Stewart, left, and Grace Kelly in Alfred Hitchcock's film, "Rear Window."  A producing team has won the theatrical stage rights to “Rear Window,” the noir tale that Alfred Hitchcock made into a classic film. Producer Charlie Lyons, director Jay Russell and actor Tim Guinee announced Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012, that their two-year hunt for the rights have been successful and they’re hoping to mount the show on Broadway. The film version, starring Stewart and Kelly, tells the story of a wheelchair-bound witness to a possible murder.  (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, file)
FILE - This 1954 file photo released by Paramount Pictures shows Jimmy Stewart, left, and Grace Kelly in Alfred Hitchcock's film, "Rear Window." A producing team has won the theatrical stage rights to “Rear Window,” the noir tale that Alfred Hitchcock made into a classic film. Producer Charlie Lyons, director Jay Russell and actor Tim Guinee announced Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012, that their two-year hunt for the rights have been successful and they’re hoping to mount the show on Broadway. The film version, starring Stewart and Kelly, tells the story of a wheelchair-bound witness to a possible murder. (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, file)
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