The clip Two weeks in Akron Part 4 from Harvey (1950) with James Stewart, Cecil Kellaway
but it's your two weeks.
Mr. Dowd, could he... Would he do this for me?
Oh, he could and might.
I've never heard Harvey say a word against Akron.
By the way, Doctor, where is Harvey?
Don't you know?
The last time I saw him he was with you.
He's probably waiting for me down at Charlie's.
Yes, that's it. He's down at Charlie's. Uh-huh.
In that case, I'll go down and join him for a nightcap.
Fortunately, Charlie's stays open rather late.
Excuse me, Doctor. I want to say good-bye to some of my friends before I leave.
Mr. Dowd, none of those people are your friends.
But I want you to know that I am your friend. Thank you. And I'm yours.
They underestimate you, as I did.
This sister of yours is at the bottom of a conspiracy against you.
She's trying to persuade me to lock you up. Today she had commitment papers drawn up.
She has your power of attorney and the key to your safety box.
And she brought you here!
My sister did all that in one afternoon? That Veta certainly is a whirlwind, isn't she?
Good heavens, man! Haven't you any righteous indignation?
Oh, Doctor, l...
Years ago my mother used to say to me, she'd say,
"In this world, Elwood, you must be..."
She always called me Elwood.
"In this world, Elwood, you must be oh, so smart...
or oh, so pleasant."
Well, for years I was smart.
I recommend pleasant.
And you may quote me.