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Alfred Hitchcock’s second American comedy demonstrates the director’s flair for gallows humor. The trouble with Harry is … he’s “expired,” and the residents of a quaint New England tourist spot just can’t seem to get rid of him. Shirley MacLaine makes her film debut, and that’s Jerry Mathers (the Beave himself) as the bewildered boy. See if you can spot Hitchcock in his customary cameo (hint: he’s strolling past a limo).
August 8, 20081 min

Alfred Hitchcock’s second American comedy demonstrates the director’s flair for gallows humor. The trouble with Harry is … he’s “expired,” and the residents of a quaint New England tourist spot just can’t seem to get rid of him. Shirley MacLaine makes her film debut, and that’s Jerry Mathers (the Beave himself) as the bewildered boy. See if you can spot Hitchcock in his customary cameo (hint: he’s strolling past a limo).

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