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Harvey (1950)
Starring: James Stewart, Peggy Dow, Charles Drake, Wallace Ford, Victoria Horne, Josephine Hull, Cecil Kellaway, Jesse White
Director: Henry Koster
Category: Comedy, Classic
Studio: Universal Studios
105 mins



James Stewart gives one of his finest performances in this lighthearted film, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Stewart stars as the good-natured Elwood P. Dowd, whose constant companion is Harvey, a six-foot tall rabbit that only he can see.To his sister, Veta Louise, Elwood's obsession with Harvey has been a thorn in the side of her plans to marry off her daughter.But when Veta Louise decides to put Elwood in a mental hospital, a hilarious mix-up occurs and she finds herself committed instead.

It's up to Elwood to straighten out the mess with his kindly philosophy, and his "imaginary" friend, in this popular classic that features a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award winning performance by Josephine Hull.


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