Title of an old black and white movie.

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My mother watched this movie when she was a little girl in the 50s or 60s and I would like to find it so i can give it to her for mothers day. She said it was a very funny movie. Two men move a man body all around the house, into town square, in a car with a cigar in his mouth, on the porch. She also remembers they put the body into a bed and a lady lays down with him and screams. She said it was black and white and very funny but also a mystery. Do you know the name of this movie? Can someone tell me that?

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  1. Guest23282224

    That sounds like the 1955 Hitchcock film, The Trouble with Harry.
    The Trouble with Harry is a 1955 American black comedy film .Alfred Hitchcock was the director and filmed on the innovative of the identical title by Jack Trevor Story. It was released in the United States on October 3, 1955 then rereleased one time the circulation privileges were came by Universal Pictures in 1984. The movie starred John Forsythe and Edmund Gwenn; Shirley MacLaine and Jerry Mathers co-starred, both in their first movie roles.
    Plot of the movies goes like: The quirky but simple resident of a little town in Vermont in the fall are faced with the recently dead body of Harry Worp (Phillip Truex), which has inconveniently emerged on the hillside overhead the town. The difficulty of what to manage with the body and, more significantly, how and why Harry was slain is the "Trouble with Harry".
    Three of the main characters in the film each pretend that they are the one who currently murdered Harry. Captain Albert Wiles (Edmund Gwenn) is sure that he murdered the man with a stray shot from his rifle as shortly as rabbit hunting. Miss Ivy Gravely (Mildred Natwick) touches that the man died afterwards a blow from her hiking boot. And the feisty young Jennifer Rogers (Shirley MacLaine), the estranged wife of Harry whoever exists in the town along with her small son Arnie (Jerry Mathers), believes that he died afterwards she hammered him with a bottle. Sam Marlowe (John Forsythe), an beautiful and free-spirited artist, is moderately open-minded approximate the entire occasion and is laid to aid his good-natured guys and neighbors in any way he can. In any shell, nobody is currently upset approximate what has happened.

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