The Trouble With Harry

The Trouble With Harry
The Trouble With Harry

Year

1955

Duration

95 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

In this black comedy directed by Alfred Hitchcock, the trouble with Harry is that he's dead. His body is discovered in the woods outside a small town in Vermont, and most of the townsfolk suspect they might have had a hand in his demise. Harry's ex-wife Jennifer fears she might have offed him by hitting him with a bottle, whereas Captain Wiles thinks he might have done the deed with a stray shot while out hunting. What they all agree on, however, is that the authorities must not find out, and the lengths they go to cover up the body lead to all kinds of awkward situations.

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Contains infrequent mild sex references

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