Harvey (1950)

Release Date: 04 June 2007 | Certificate: Universal, suitable for all
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Elwood P. Dowd (James Stewart) and his best friend Harvey are inseparable. They go everywhere together, spreading warmth and kindness throughout all the bars in town. The only trouble is that Harvey is a 'Pooka' - a six foot-plus rabbit that only Elwood can see. When Elwood and Harvey embarass the former's social-climbing sister Veta Louise (Josephine Hull) once too often, she finally opts to get Elwood the treatment she thinks he needs, and arranges to have him installed in the local mental asylum. However, Harvey's unseen but ever-felt presence ensures that all does not go according to plan.

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Release Date: 04 June 2007
Certificate: U - Universal - Suitable for all

Region 2
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 107 minutes
Production Year: 1950
Main Language: English

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Average comedy made special by Stewart

A gentle soul who's not quite the full ticket, but loved by everyone, has this invisible giant rabbit for a companion. Yes I know, it doesn't sound like the basis for much, but if the gentle approach of the fifties appeals to you you'll probably like it.



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