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The DuPont Show of the Month ratings (TV show, 1957-1961)

The DuPont Show of the Month
Rank 12,632 / 28,654
Trend 1
Genres Comedy, Drama, History
Seasons 4
Episodes 20
Total votes 403
Average votes 20
Average rating 7.5 / 10

The award winning bing play of Mary Chase came to television in 1958. It tells the story of Elwood P. Dowd (Art Carney), a personable chap who drinks a little, and befriends a "pookah", a six foot rabbit he calls "Harvey". Unfortunately, his sister and main caregiver Veta Louise Simmons formation Lorne, and her spinster daughter Myrtle Mae, have had Elwood's condition negatively affect their social lives. Elwood's engaging personality with its one flaw creates problems for those around him. So his sister, thinking it is in his best interests, seeks a cure for her brother's problem. But nothing is ever that simple.

Directors: Alex Segal, Bill Colleran, Daniel Petrie, Delbert Mann, Don Richardson, George Schaefer, John Frankenheimer, Karl Genus, Marc Daniels, Ralph Nelson, Robert Mulligan, Sidney Lumet, Silvio Narizzano, Tom Donovan, William A. Graham Writers: A.J. Cronin, Abraham Polonsky, Alexandre Dumas, Anthony Hope, Audrey Maas, Baroness Emmuska Orczy, Carson McCullers, Charles Dickens, Dale Wasserman, Edith Wharton, Eliot Asinof, Emily Brontë, George Baxt, Graham Greene, Henry Martyn Blossom, Herman Melville, Horton Foote, Howard Estabrook, J.M. Barrie, Jacqueline Babbin, James Costigan, Jerome Chodorov, John Patrick, Joseph Fields, Joseph Stein, Leslie Bush-Fekete, Leslie Slote, Leslie Stevens, Louis O. Coxe, Ludi Claire, Mark Twain, Mary Chase, Michael Benthall, Michael Dyne, Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra, Peter Ustinov, Philip H. Reisman Jr., Ralph Nelson, Robert Alan Aurthur, Robert H. Chapman, Robert Louis Stevenson, Robert Wallsten, Ruth Gordon, S. Lee Pogostin, S. Lee Pogostin, S.J. Perelman, Sidney Kingsley, Sinclair Lewis, Sumner Locke Elliott, Terence Rattigan, Thornton Wilder, Vance Bourjaily, Walter Bernstein, Will Glickman, William Saroyan, William Shakespeare
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