Wednesday, January 19, 2022

The Trouble With Harry

Noel Thingvall returns to the show as we grab some shovels and unearth one of Alfred Hitchcock's most unusual films, the strangely sweet black comedy The Trouble with Harry. Listen as we examine the title corpse's post-mortem career as a small town matchmaker, marvel at the film's clever dialogue and gorgeous autumnal location photography, and reveal the connection between Hitchcock and the 2002 thriller Phone Booth. Warning: Contains explicit language, spoilers, and a particularly sinister closet door.

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