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Elwood P. Dowd (Character)
from Harvey (1950)

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Harvey -- Elwood P. Dowd (James Stewart) is a mild-mannered, pleasant man, who just happens (he says) to have an invisible friend resembling a 6-foot rabbit.

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Elwood Dowd

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  1. Harvey (1996) (TV) Played by Harry Anderson

  2. Mein Freund Harvey (1985) (TV) Played by Harald Juhnke
    ... aka "My Friend Harvey" - International (English title) (informal title)

  3. Harvey (1972) (TV) Played by James Stewart
    ... aka "Hallmark Hall of Fame: Harvey (#21.5)" - USA (anthology series)
  4. Mein Freund Harvey (1970) (TV) Played by Heinz Rühmann (as Elwood Dowd)
    ... aka "My Friend Harvey" - International (English title) (informal title)

  5. Mein Freund Harvey (1967) (TV) Played by Ernst Stankovski

  6. Mein Freund Harvey (1959) (TV) Played by Günther Lüders
    ... aka "My Friend Harvey" - International (English title) (informal title)
  7. "The DuPont Show of the Month"
        - Harvey (1958) TV episode, Played by Art Carney
  8. Harvey (1950) Played by James Stewart

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From Harvey (1950)
Dr. Sanderson: I think that your sister's condition stems from trauma.
Elwood P. Dowd: From what?
Dr. Sanderson: Uh, trauma. Spelled t-r-a-u-m-a. It means shock. There's nothing unusual about it. There's the "birth trauma" - the shock of being born...
Elwood P. Dowd: That's the one we never get over.
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