The Trouble with Harry
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Master of Suspense Alfred Hitchcock directs a delightful comedy-mystery set in New England. It stars John Forsythe, Academy Award winner Edmund Gwenn, Mildred Natwick, and little Jerry Mathers. In addition it marks the noteworthy screen debut of Academy Award - winner Shirley MacLaine. What is THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY? Well, it's the fact that he's dead, and while no one really minds, everybody thinks they are responsible. After several unearthings of the corpse, plenty of humor a la Hitchcock, and love affairs between the major characters, the real cause of death is revealed, and Harry troubles no one again. It's a delightful romp and a decidedly different movie from the Master of Suspense.
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"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.
Alfred Hitchcock directs Shirley McClain and other stars in this rather lighthearted, by Hitch. standards, suspense thriller.