A film directed by Henry Koster 1950 - 104 minutes - Black & White - Mono - 1.37
Elwood P. Dowd (James Stewart) and his best friend Harvey are inseparable. They go everywhere together, spreading warmth and kindness throughout all the bars in town. The only trouble is that Harvey is a 'Pooka' -- a six foot-plus rabbit that only Elwood can see. When Elwood and Harvey embarrass the former's social-climbing sister Veta Louise (an Oscar-winning Josephine Hull) once too often, she finally opts to get Elwood the treatment she thinks he needs, and arranges to have him installed in the local mental asylum. However, Harvey's unseen but ever-felt presence ensures that all does not go according to plan.
Wallace Ford William Lynn Victoria Horne Jesse White Cecil Kellaway Charles Drake Peggy Dow Josephine Hull James Stewart Nana Bryant Grace Mills Clem Bevans Harvey Gino Corrado Jack Curtis
Ellis Logfren, The Taxi Driver Judge Omar Gaffney Myrtle Mae Simmons Martin Wilson Dr. William Chumley Dr. Raymond Sanderson Miss Kelly Veta Louise Dowd Simmons Elwood P. Dowd Mrs. Hazel Chumley Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet Mr. Herman Shimelplatzer Harvey Eccentric Man (scenes deleted) Undetermined Secondary Role (...