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Cornell Woolrich

Cornell Woolrich (December , 1903 - September 25, 1968) was a novelist. His first novel was Cover Charge[?] published in 1926. He also wrote under the pseudonyms George Hopley and William Irish. He wrote the story "It Had to be Murder[?]" in 1942 under the Irish name. It was retitled "Rear Window" in 1944 and made into a film by Alfred Hitchcock.



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