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#31 The Trouble With Harry

This quirky comedy is cut from a different genre of Hitchcock that is as true to himself more than any spy thriller could be. Known for his dry humor, Hitchcock may have paved the way for a particular style of comedy in the vein of Mel Brooks, a comedian who would later base an entire film off of Hitchcock’s very work. This film follows three characters who seperately think they may have killed a man but of course they couldn’t be more mistaken. The film is set and filmed on a Vermont countryside and the cinematography and music are a few of its charms. The dialogue is very good and the comedy ranges in quality depending on the mood you’re in. Overall it’s an impressive film that gives you half mystery half romance and a lot of colorful people and places to appreciate and admire.

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