HARVEY
1950, Universal, 104 min, USA, Dir: Henry Koster

Easily the greatest movie ever made starring a 6-foot-3-inch invisible rabbit. Jimmy Stewart gives his own favorite performance as Elwood P. Dowd, a perfectly nice guy whose best pal nobody can see, leading his sister (Oscar winner Josephine Hull) to try to get him committed. Featuring Cecil Kellaway, Wallace Ford and, in his film debut, Jesse White. Based on Mary Chase’s play (in which Stewart previously starred), written to cheer up a neighbor whose son was killed in WWII. A warm, wonderful and truly ageless comedy!


T-MEN
1947, 92 min, USA, Dir: Anthony Mann

Director Anthony Mann and DP John Alton - king of chiaroscuro - pull out all the stops in relating the intensely exciting and shockingly brutal tale of Treasury agents, led by the redoubtable Dennis O’Keefe, going undercover to infiltrate a cadre of counterfeiters. Great character bits from Charles McGraw and Wallace Ford in a vivid script by crime scribe John C. Higgins. One of the most artfully arresting visual spectacles of the original film noir era!


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