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  • Marta Pinheiro

    Harvey 1950 poster

  • Lucas Theatre

    HARVEY, part of the Jimmy Stewart Weekend. Playing Friday, January 24, 2014 at 7 p.m. #Savannah #film http://lucastheatre.com/schedule/2014-01/#harvey

  • John Saponaro

    Hare he is! James Stewart is Elwood P. Dowd, whose best friend is a man-sized rabbit that only he can see.

  • Mary Horton

    Jimmy Stewart and an invisible giant rabbit make for one of the greatest comedies of all time!

  • Joshua Masters

    One of my favorite movies and plays.

  • M. Gonzalez

    Jimmy Stewart was so good in this! I had no idea the lady that wrote this also wrote one of my favorite books too.

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