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The Trouble with Harry Isn't Over (2001)

A documentary discussing the making of the Alfred Hitchcock film The Trouble with Harry (1955).


Laurent Bouzereau


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Credited cast:
Patricia Hitchcock ... Herself - Daughter of Alfred Hitchcock (as Pat Hitchcock O'Connell)
Herbert Coleman Herbert Coleman ... Himself - Associate Producer
John Michael Hayes John Michael Hayes ... Himself - Screenwriter
John Forsythe ... Himself
Steven Smith Steven Smith ... Himself - Bernard Herrmann Biographer (as Steven C. Smith)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Royal Dano ... (archive footage)
Edmund Gwenn ... (archive footage)
Jerry Mathers ... (archive footage)
Mildred Natwick ... (archive footage)


A documentary discussing the making of the Alfred Hitchcock film The Trouble with Harry (1955).

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Documentary | Short







Release Date:

6 March 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Der Ärger mit Harry geht weiter See more »

Filming Locations:

Barre, Vermont, USA See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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This documentary is featured on the 2001 DVD release for The Trouble with Harry (1955). See more »


References Champagne (1928) See more »

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Good Look at Harry
12 March 2012 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

The Trouble With Harry Isn't Over (2001)

*** (out of 4)

Patricia Hitchcock, associate producer Herbert Coleman, screenwriter John Michael Hayes and star John Forsythe are interviewed in this 30-minute featurette that takes a look at the making of THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY, Alfred Hitchcock's attempt at a comedy. Coleman and Hayes start off talking about how the project got off the ground and it's clear that Paramount wasn't too happy when the director brought them this story. They didn't feel it was "Hitchcock" enough but they went along with it because the director had done so well for them. From here we learn about how they selected Vermont to shoot the picture and what issues the weather had on the production. We also learn about how the cast was selected and star Forsythe tells a funny story about his first meeting with Hitchcock. Bernard Herrmann biographer Steven C. Smith is also on hand to talk about how Hitch met Herrmann and discusses the importance of the score. Fans and critics of the film should find this to be a fairly entertaining entry in this series, which started in 2000 as Universal was re-releasing their Hitchcock titles. For the most part the interviews are fun and informative and by the time it's over you really do get a good idea of what all went on with the production. It's too bad they couldn't get Shirley MacLaine to comment on the film but overall this is still a fun featurette.

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