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HARVEY (1950) – Today’s AFI Movie Club Selection


Posted by Larry Gleeson



The sweet story of a misunderstood man with an unlikely companion – a  6′  3 1/2″ tall white invisible rabbit friend that only he can see – HARVEY (1950) stars AFI Life Achievement Award recipient James Stewart, and was honored among the American Film Institute’s ranking of the funniest films of all time.  Based on Mary Chase’s 1944 play of the same name and directed by Henry Koster, HARVEY, orbits around the unlikely pair – one seen, one unseen – and the ensuing debacle when the man’s sister decides to have him committed to a sanitarium. Available on iTunes and Amazon Prime Video.


Until Next time, I’ll see you at the movies!


HollywoodGlee celebrating the start of the 2019 AFI FEST presented by Audi. (Photo credit: Larry Gleeson)


About AFI Movie Club

AFI has created a global, virtual gathering of those who love the movies. As a non-profit, AFI Movie Club is a member-powered organization, dependent upon the support of its movie fans. To support AFI Movie Club please consider becoming a member or donating.

AFI Movie Club was launched as a free program to raise the nation’s spirits by bringing artists and audiences together. AFI shines a spotlight on an iconic movie each day. Audiences can “gather” at AFI.com/MovieClub to find out how to watch the featured movie of the day with the use of their preexisting streaming service credentials.

(Source: AFI News Release)