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The trouble with Harry is that he is dead.

Yes. Hitchcock can be seen walking past Wiggy's Emporium when the Millionaire pulls up.

Chicago Tribune, September 10, 1954, pt. 2, p. 5, c. 3:



by Hedda Hopper

Hollywood, Sept. 9---Shirley MacLaine co-stars with John Forsythe in Alfred Hitchcock's next film, "The Trouble with Harry." You've seldom read about this girl who was Carol Haney's understudy in "The Pajama Game." Paramount producer Hal Wallis went to see the play, but when he learned that the understudy and not Carol would go on, he started to leave but thought, "I might just as well see the show." After watching Shirley's performance, he went backstage and signed her. Now Hitchy's taking a chance on her, too. It's her first picture. . . .


Chicago Tribune, Saturday, August 28, 1954, s. 1, p. 15, c. 1:


Forsythe Taking Leave from Play to Do Movie

by Hedda Hopper

Hollywood, Aug. 27---John Forsythe will take an eight week leave from "Teahouse of the August Moon" to star in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Trouble With Harry," J. Trevor Story's satire, to be shot entirely in New England. John Hayes is writing the script, and it will be filmed in Vista Vision and Technicolor. Forsythe gets twice the salary he received for his last picture. Hitchcock also is importing Roland Lessafre from France for a part in "To Catch a Thief." Marlene Dietrich discovered Roland several years ago when he was a sailor on a battleship. He won the best actor award at the Venice festival in 1953 . . . .



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