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Harry in Your Pocket is a 1973 film, written by James Buchanan and Ronald Austin and directed by Bruce Geller, starring James Coburn, Michael Sarrazin, Trish Van Devere and Walter Pidgeon. The movie was filmed in Victoria, BC, Salt Lake City, Utah and Seattle, Washington with the then-mayor of Seattle, Wes Uhlman contributing a cameo appearance. The movie opens at an airport with a distinguished looking man, Casey (Walter Pidgeon), pickpocketing a deaf man of his wallet. Casey then meets his old friend Harry (James Coburn) at his arrival gate. Later, the action moves to Ray (Michael Sarrazin) who is seen making various obviously-inept attempts to steal watches and wallets in Seattle's King Street Station. Sandy (Trish Van Devere), waiting for a train to Chicago, watches him with amusement, securing her own possessions when Ray sits close by. He does, however manage to get away with her watch, though she chases him down to get him to confess. While talking with Ray, however, her purse...
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