Harvey | Chicago Reader


105 minutes 1950

James Stewart plays an amiable drunk whose avowed constant companion is an invisible rabbit that's over six feet tall, and the point, as in Don Quixote, is that a victim of delusions may be better off than the rest of us. The undistinguished Henry Koster directed this popular piece of whimsy (1950), adapted from a popular play; Josephine Hull, playing Stewart's sister, won an Oscar for her pains.

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