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What The "Market" Will Bear: Callousness

In Alfred Hitchcock's The Trouble With Harry, the title character was a corpse. However, the trouble wasn't with Harry but rather the people in a small town and their reactions to the body. The dark comedy was a bit disturbing—and in this and other respects carries some parallels to a simple,...

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