“The Trouble with Harry” quotes(1955)
Plot – The corpse of Harry Worp is found in a forest and its discovery disturbs many people as everyone believes to be responsible of his death. Old Captain Wiles believes he killed him with a shot, Miss Gravely soundly beat him because he bursted into her house, his former wife Ms. Jennifer hit him with a bottle and painter Sam Marlow, the current admirer of Ms. Jennifer, fears he can be accused of complicity in the alleged murder. These people exhume Harry's corpse separately to examine it, but the sheriff is looking for it too and he starts the investigations as he notices a vagabond with the dead man's shoes. Harry's corpse is then examined by a doctor who assures the death is due to a heart attack, so the alleged culprits can bury Worp's body again and let it to be discovered by Arnie, Ms. Jennifer's son.
All actors – Edmund Gwenn, John Forsythe, Mildred Natwick, Mildred Dunnock, Jerry Mathers, Royal Dano, Parker Fennelly, Barry Macollum, Dwight Marfield, Shirley MacLaine, , Ernest Curt Bach, Alfred Hitchcock, Philip Truex, Leslie Woolfshow all
“The Trouble with Harry” Quotes 10 quotes
“All right. If I had my choice, I'd rather be thought a murderer than proved one.”
“- Capt. Wiles: I fired three bullets. Three! One for the hunting sign, one for the tin can...
- Sam Marlowe: ...and one for the little man who's lying in the grave.”
“Blessed are they who expect nothing, for they shall not be disappointed.”
“Marriage is a good way to spend the winter.”
“- Arnie: How do rabbits get born?
- Sam Marlowe: Same way elephants do.”
“He looked exactly the same when he was alive, only he was vertical.”
“- Sam Marlowe: Perharps I'll come back tomorrow.
- Arnie: When's that?
- Sam Marlowe: The day after today.
- Arnie: That's yesterday. Today's tomorrow.
- Sam Marlowe: It was.
- Arnie: When was tomorrow yesterday?
- Sam Marlowe: Today.
- Arnie: Oh, sure. Yesterday.”
“- Jennifer Rogers: I've never been to a home-made funeral before.
- Capt. Wiles: I have... it's my third. All in one day...”