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Harvey (13-Oct-1950)

Director: Henry Koster

Writers: Mary Chase; Oscar Brodney

From a play by: Mary Chase

Keywords: Comedy, Rabbits

A pleasant middle-aged tippler's friend is a six foot invisible rabbit; his sister wants to have him committed. While identified strongly with Jimmy Stewart, the role was originated on Broadway by Frank Fay. Won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress; received an additional nomination for Best Actor. Received also a Hugo nomination for Best Dramatic Presentation.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Clem Bevans
16-Oct-1879 11-Aug-1963 Saboteur
Peggy Dow
18-Mar-1928   Harvey
Charles Drake
2-Oct-1917 10-Sep-1994 You Never Can Tell
Wallace Ford
12-Feb-1898 11-Jun-1966 A Patch of Blue
Josephine Hull
3-Jan-1886 12-Mar-1957 Harvey
Cecil Kellaway
22-Aug-1893 28-Feb-1973 Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Jimmy Stewart
20-May-1908 2-Jul-1997 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Jesse White
3-Jan-1917 9-Jan-1997 The Maytag Repairman, 1967-88


Jimmy Stewart   ...   Elwood P. Dowd (wealthy drinker)
Josephine Hull   ...   Veta Louise Simmons (Elwood's sister)
Peggy Dow   ...   Miss Kelly
Charles Drake   ...   Dr. Sanderson
Cecil Kellaway   ...   Dr. Chumley
Victoria Horne   ...   Myrtle Mae Simmons (Veta's daughter)
Jesse White   ...   Wilson
William Lynn   ...   Judge Gaffney
Wallace Ford   ...   Taxi driver
Nana Bryant   ...   Mrs. Hazel Chumley
Grace Mills   ...   Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet
Clem Bevans   ...   Mr. Herman Schimmelplusser


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