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November 28th, 2009, 18:53
We took a stroll down memory lane for Thanksgiving and rented the 1950 Jimmy Stewart classic, Harvey about the trials and tribulations of the pleasant over smart Elwood P. Dowd, who occasionally enjoys a drop too much, and his pooka pal, Harvey the six foot invisible rabbit. Unlike a lot of films from the distant past we've revisted lately, this one really stood the test of time. Excellent humor, humanity, and social commentary, and all delivered in a painless, deadpan and understated style. For those young sprouts who may not have seen it, it's definitely worth a rental.

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