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Haydn Line 3 years ago
I'm glad i've never seen Josephine Hull's acting before, but nonetheless, a charming film.
Robyn Hamilton almost 6 years ago
The hallmark of pick-me-up feel good movies. Stewart is a twinkly eyed sweetie
Dylan Clites almost 8 years ago
James Stewart will make you believe that there actually is a 6 ft tall bunny in the room.
Paul McCamley 8 years ago
Fun lighthearted comedy about a man and his pooka.
Andrea Barton 8 years ago
Just good acting with a touch of delightful humour.
Don Lathrop 1 year ago
Robert Stuart over 2 years ago
Justinas Jarukaitis over 2 years ago
Bethany Foster almost 3 years ago
Jonathan Evans over 3 years ago
Dan Proctor almost 5 years ago
Lacey Shinn over 5 years ago
Lino Monteiro almost 6 years ago
Nino Vignjevic almost 6 years ago
Kaylee Davis almost 6 years ago
Victoria Roe almost 6 years ago
Caleb Alan Kestner almost 6 years ago
maddie almost 6 years ago
Inês 6 years ago
Harvey is a 1950 film based on Mary Chase's play of the same name, directed by Henry Koster, and starring James Stewart and Josephine Hull. The story is about a man whose best friend is a pooka named Harvey—in the form of a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch tall invisible rabbit. Elwood P. Dowd (Stewart) is a middle-aged, amiable (and somewhat eccentric) individual whose best friend is an invisible 6' 3.5" tall rabbit named Harvey. As described by Dowd, Harvey is a pooka, a benign but mischievous creature from Celtic mythology who is especially fond of social outcasts (like Elwood). Elwood has driven his sister and niece (who live with him and crave normality and a place in "society") to distraction by introducing everyone he meets to his friend, Harvey. His family seems to be unsure whether Dowd's obsession with Harvey is a product of his (admitted) propensity to drink or perhaps mental illness. Elwood spends most of his time in the local bar, and throughout the film invites new...
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