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ISABELLA ROSSELLINI: I'll tell you who she had an affair with that I'm jealous of.

[LARRY] KING: Who's that?

ISABELLA ROSSELLINI: Robert Capa, the great photographer. The great photographer of the Second World War, Robert Capa. They were -- mother was very much in love with him, and he was in love with her, and they kept it quite secretive until mother wrote her autobiography, and then she revealed it.

LINDSTROM: But she also said that he didn't want to marry her, because he turned her down. He turned her down.

KING: That was the basis for "Rear Window," right?

LINDSTROM: Exactly.

(CROSSTALK)

ISABELLA ROSSELLINI: The Romance was -- because Hitchcock was a friend of theirs, so he probably knew and inspired "Rear Window."


http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0312/04/lkl.00.html
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