We interview Harvey, the invisible pooka, and learn the intimate details of his relationship with Elwood P. Dowd. "Harvey" (1950) is a gay romance film and we have proof. It's about the systemic and institutionalized nature of homophobia of the 1940's and 50's but manages to tell its story subtly and around the restrictive Hayes Code. No one wants to talk about Harvey but Harvey lives with Elwood P. Dowd, complete with a couples portrait over the mantle. No one sees Harvey because homosexuality itself was invisible at the time under threat of prison or medical torture. In this video Harvey tells all himself, right from the pooka's mouth.
Rusty Shacklefur returns to Culturally F'd as "Harvey" from the play by Mary Chase turned into popular film starring James Stewart. With the voice of Dralen Dragonfox.
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