PG | | Comedy, Mystery
The trouble with Harry is that he's dead, and everyone seems to have a different idea of what should be done with his body.
This movie takes place over the course of one day.
He looked exactly the same when he was alive, only he was vertical.
They should not have put Harry's shoes back on. They should have gotten the shoes back into Deputy Sheriff Wigg's car.
Closing credits: "The trouble with Harry is over."
In a version seen on commercial television in the UK, several scenes and parts of scenes were cut. Most noticeable was the removal of the scene in which Sam, the artist played by John Forsythe, walks through the village in long shot singing "Flaggin' the Train to Tuscaloosa" (still present in the titles). Also, the doctor's brief appearances up to his final discovery of the body were cut, making Sam's prior inclusion of his name in the list of people who could go to the police rather confusing! This also meant the 'famous' shot used on the posters of Sam and the Captain each holding one of Harry's legs was cut.
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