Walter Slezak mentions seeing a non-existent six foot rabbit.
Cary Grant calls the new pet rabbit Harvey.
Movie poster prominently in the theatre where she is accused of imagining a murder.
A police officer references this movie to Ralph
Bar patron puts his arm around and talks to his imaginary rabbit friend, Harvey
Nick uses the alias Harvey -- the name of the invisible rabbit in Harvey.
Tom (as Jimmy Stewart): "She's a big rabbit, you see there."
Buster's guardian angel Harvey, is based off of the rabbit from this movie.
The scene where Andy is describing how he is helping the warden launder money (He's in the Library talking to Red).
the bartender makes the joke that he "turned around and there was this six foot rabbit leaning up against a lamppost" in a poor James Stewart impression
Servo:...your co-pilot Harvey the Rabbit.
Referenced on The Joe Pesci Show
Tom (as Jimmy Stewart): "Now, Harvey! Harvey!"
Open reference by a character.
(Spoken in James Stewart-like voice)"Why it's Harvey, Hi Harvey"
Homer, when talking about "Mr. Smith goes to Washington", thinks that the film is about James Stewart and a giant rabbit
In "Questionable Impressions", Brad says, "Can't you see me and my invisible bunny want to get o-o-over?"
Crichton calls the Scorpius in his head "Harvey," after the imaginary Pooka who accompanies Jimmy Stewart in the play and movie of the same name
Ray Winstone's character sees a large imaginary rabbit at various moments in the movie.
Donnie Darko is visited by a giant 'rabbit' that no one else sees.
A big bunny named Harvey shows up
Lorelai says "Duck, Harvey" when Rory moves the phone cord through Luke's empty diner.
John calls the neural clone Harvey.
Barney's A.A. sponsor is an invisible rabbit that only he can see.
Crichton refers to his neural clone of scorpius (whom only he can see) as "Harvey"
Phoebe calls the invisible creature "Harvey"
The name on the giant carrot sign at the veggie stand is Harvey's. Harvey is also a film about a giant rabbit.
Charlie and Harvey have a short talk about the movie
Penny Marshall is holding auditions for a remake, Albert auditions
The name of the town founder is mentioned as being Elwood Dowd
When Roman is talking to Eva and she hides, the landlord says something about him talking to "Harvey." It's a running gag through the movie.
The address mentioned and the doctor who Mark talks to are the same as the one's in the film.
Abe Lincoln calls Max Harvey.
The quote at the beginning of the film is a direct quote from Harvey. Also, the Face Eater poster is a reference to the Harvey poster.
Dana Carvey mentions that Jimmy Stewart starred in the film
Max was refer to as Harvey.
The film is discussed.
"Do you have an invisible friend named Harvey with you by any chance?"
Movie title mentioned by main character.
Tony bought a giant rabbit-figure for Christmas, which Pepper hates
Critic - "Could you close the door Harvey...thank you".
"Did they think they were making a slapstick comedy akin to Jimmy Stewart talking to an invisible rabbit?"
The film is discussed after Damian Lewis tells a joke about Lee Harvey Oswald being a rabbit.
The movie's name is seen on a plaque.
Mentioned in dialogue
Karl jokingly mentions the title character when Susan tells him about Harold talking to himself
During the Hashtags segment, Jimmy does an impersonation of James Stewart as Elwood P. Dowd
Mentioned on date night.
Stewart recounts his first meeting with Harvey
Seen on TV
Associated with leasing character's name
Babysitter is watching it on TV
This film is #35 on the list.
Ira watches Harvey on TV (and mentions it later).
This film is #7 on the "Fantasy" list.
Shemp has an invisible canary.
Jimmy Stewart tells Harvey to attack Tom Hanks