The Trouble with Harry Overview:

The Trouble with Harry (1955) was a Comedy - Mystery Film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by Alfred Hitchcock and Herbert Coleman.

The film was based on the novel of the same name written by Jack Trevor Story published in 1949.

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The Trouble With Harry (1955): Hitchcock, Humor, and The Macabre

By 4 Star Film Fan on Dec 16, 2021 From 4 Star Films

Idyllic is the word for The Trouble with Harry, and it positively crackles with the autumnal delights one can only know in locales where the seasons give way one to another. Alfred Hitchcock’s filmography boasts many opulent and gorgeously shot sequences, but Trouble With Harry might have some... Read full article


The Trouble with Harry (1955, Alfred Hitchcock)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Feb 8, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Trouble with Harry is very cute. It?s fine, the film?s intentionally cute, but it?s also somewhat frustrating. With the exception of the glorious Technicolor exteriors of Vermont leaves, director Hitchcock and photographer Robert Burks don?t do anything particularly interesting. John Michael Hay... Read full article


The Trouble with Harry (1955, Alfred Hitchcock)

on Feb 8, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Trouble with Harry is very cute. It?s fine, the film?s intentionally cute, but it?s also somewhat frustrating. With the exception of the glorious Technicolor exteriors of Vermont leaves, director Hitchcock and photographer Robert Burks don?t do anything particularly interesting. John Michael Hay... Read full article


The Trouble with Harry (1955, Alfred Hitchcock)

on Feb 8, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Trouble with Harry is very cute. It?s fine, the film?s intentionally cute, but it?s also somewhat frustrating. With the exception of the glorious Technicolor exteriors of Vermont leaves, director Hitchcock and photographer Robert Burks don?t do anything particularly interesting. John Michael Hay... Read full article


The Trouble with Harry (1955, Alfred Hitchcock)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Feb 8, 2019 From The Stop Button

The Trouble with Harry is very cute. It?s fine, the film?s intentionally cute, but it?s also somewhat frustrating. With the exception of the glorious Technicolor exteriors of Vermont leaves, director Hitchcock and photographer Robert Burks don?t do anything particularly interesting. John Michael Hay... Read full article


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Sam Marlowe: I think, Captain Wiles, we're tangled up in a murder.
Capt. Wiles: Murder. If it's murder who dunnit?
Sam Marlowe: Who did it?
Capt. Wiles: That's what I say, whodunnit?


Capt. Wiles: [as he sees Sam Marlowe coming] Next thing you know they'll be televising the whole thing.


Capt. Wiles: [after Dr. Greenbow trips over the body] Couldn't have had more people here if I'd sold tickets.


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Due to the indifferent weather conditions in Vermont, boxes and boxes of autumnal leaves were shipped back to California where they were painstakingly pinned onto trees on a studio soundstage.
Bernard Herrmann's score was Alfred Hitchcock's favorite of the seven films they did together.
When Music Composer Lyn Murray was working on the music score for To Catch a Thief, Alfred Hitchcock was already looking for a composer for this film, which was to be his next. So Murray suggested Bernard Herrmann. This was the beginning of the long professional relationship between Hitchcock and Herrmann.
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