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Harry 'The Hat' Gittes (Character)
from "Cheers" (1982)

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Harry / Harry Gittes / Harry the Hat


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  1. "Cheers"
        - Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey (1993) TV episode, Played by Harry Anderson
        - Crash of the Titans (1991) TV episode, Played by Jeremiah Morris (as Harry)
        - A Kiss Is Still a Kiss (1987) TV episode, Played by Harry Anderson (as Harry the Hat)
        - How Do I Love Thee?... Let Me Call You Back (1983) TV episode, Played by Harry Anderson (as Harry Gittes)
        - Pick a Con... Any Con (1983) TV episode, Played by Harry Anderson (as Harry)
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From "Cheers: A Kiss Is Still a Kiss (#6.10)" (1987)
Woody Boyd: Oh boy, I need change for this fifty.
Harry 'The Hat' Gittes: You need change? Maybe I can help you, huh?
[he whips out a wad of one-dollar bills]
Woody Boyd: Great!
Cliff Clavin: Hold it, hold it...
Harry 'The Hat' Gittes: Oh, come on guys, give me a break, I'm a reformed man.
Norm Peterson: Oh yeah? Maybe you wouldn't mind if we monitored this little transaction?
Cliff Clavin: Yeah, yeah.
Harry 'The Hat' Gittes: Wouldn't mind at all.
[Norm and Cliff hide their keys and wallets before approaching Harry]
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