The Woman in the Window

Plot hole: Note: Spoiler... The professor attempts to kill himself, not realizing that his blackmailer has been killed by the police. It is then revealed that his misadventures were all a dream. How can you dream of events that are unknown to you?

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Richard Wanley: The flesh is still strong, but the spirit grows weaker by the hour. You know, even if the spirit of adventure should rise up before me and beckon, even in the form of that alluring young woman in the window next door, I'm afraid that all I'll do is clutch my coat a little tighter, mutter something idiotic and run like the devil.
Dr. Michael Barkstane: Not before you got her number, I hope?
Richard Wanley: Probably.

Heidt: I don't want to make trouble for anybody. I can, of course, but I don't want to.

Alice Reed: Well, there are two general reactions. One is a kind of solemn stare for the painting.
Richard Wanley: And the other?
Alice Reed: The other is a long, low whistle.
Richard Wanley: What was mine?
Alice Reed: I'm not sure. But I suspect that in another moment or two you might have given a long, low, solemn whistle.

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