The Trouble with Harry
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Set against a picturesque New England backdrop, Alfred Hitchcock’s The Trouble With Harry is a dark comedy starring Edmund Gwenn, John Forsythe, Shirley MacLaine and Jerry Mathers. The trouble with Harry is that he is dead and, while no one really minds, everyone feels responsible. After Harry’s body is discovered in the woods, several of the local residents must determine not only how and why he was killed but what to do with the body. Featuring romance, humor…and several unearthings of the corpse, this quirky romp showcases a decidedly different type of story from the Master of Suspense.
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Regarding the movie itself, not a typical Alfred Hitchcock film but very enjoyable. It's more of a comedy than one of his typical darker murder movies. I think even younger children would enjoy this one.
And I must say Shirley McClaine is luminous....truly beautiful....she glows. I do love this film.
before his TV series. This is an odd little movie. The New England scenery is gorgeous, only trouble is that Harry is dead,
and nobody cares. John Forsythe finds TRUE love... in an UNusual situation.
"The Trouble With Harry" is unique from the beginning. Yes, it begins with a dead man, but there's nothing scary about it.
As the movie evolves, the circumstances if this unknown man change with each person who joins with a group of people. There is no clear reasoning for the death, yet that, alone, takes on a life of it's own.
This movie is not your usual Hitchcock movie, but it keeps you guessing how so many unrelated individuals seem to have their own take in the death.
It was a funny quandary of events with a surprise ending. I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish.
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Hot Toasty Rag, June 26, 2017
The real trouble with Harry is that Alfred Hitchcock decided to make a movie about him.Read more