Release Date: 13 Oct 1950
Duration (in mins): 103-104
James Stewart (Elwood P. Dowd)
William Lynn (Judge [Omar] Gaffney)
Victoria Horne (Myrtle Mae Simmons)
Jesse White ([Marvin] Wilson)
Cecil Kellaway (Dr. Chumley)
Henry Koster (Dir)
Frank Shaw (Asst dir)
Mary Chase (Scr)
Oscar Brodney (Scr)
John Beck (Prod)
Distribution Universal Pictures Company, Inc.
Production Universal-International Pictures Co., Inc.
Mild-mannered Elwood P. Dowd leaves the house for the day with his invisible six-foot-three rabbit friend, Harvey, and is secretly watched by his sister, Veta Louise Simmons, and her daughter Myrtle Mae. As Veta is planning a party that day to launch Myrtle Mae into society, she is determined to keep her peculiar and chronically inebriated brother away from the house and, to that end, telephones her friend, Judge Omar Gaffney. Gaffney immediately dispatches an employee, who slips on a newly was...