Half eaten chocolate bunny inspired me to post this film...
about 6'3.5" tall rabbit who's name is Harvey.
Veta Louise: Oh, yes, Aunt Ethel, Elwood sees *somebody*.
Dr. Sanderson: Look, Miss Kelly. He's probably fit to be tied, but he's a man, isn't he?
Miss Kelly: I guess so. His name's *Mister*!
Dr. Sanderson: Well, then, go into your old routine. You know, the eyes, the swish, the works. I'm immune to it, but I've seen it work on some people, some of the patients out here. Now, you get him down here, Kelly, if you have to do a striptease!
Elwood P. Dowd: My sister did all that in one afternoon. That Veta certainly is a whirlwind, isn't she?
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.
James Steward was probably just like in his performs. Calm and soft.
Married once. Two daughters. Two adopted sons.
His wife died after 45 years of marriage. And he lived 89 years!