The Plot Against Harry [DVD] [English] 
- SKU: 14038542
- Release Date: 04/26/2005
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- Special "making of" featurette with director Michael Roemer and cinematographer/co-producer Robert Young
- Filmmaker biographies
- Interactive menus
- Scene selection
Filmed independently by Michael Roemer in 1969, The Plot Against Harry didn't earn a mainstream release until 1989. What was contemporary in 1969 became a period piece by the time it saw the light of day, but this anachronistic quality lent a great deal of charm to the proceedings. Harry Plotnick (Martin Priest) is a once-notorious criminal whose life becomes a series of comic disasters once he's released from prison. His family members either refuse to acknowledge his existence or think the very worst of him, and his health rapidly deteriorates. Meanwhile, Harry's brother Max (Henry Nemo), beset with tax problems, sets fire to his business. Naturally, poor Harry is held responsible. Just when he has an opportunity to start life anew, Harry suffers a heart attack on a TV marathon. Certain that he's about to die, Harry confesses to all his past transgressions-and ends up behind bars once more. In lesser hands, The Plot Against Harry might have been clumsy or, even worse, maudlin. But with Michael Roemer at the helm, the laughs never stop-even though we sometimes feel guilty at deriving pleasure from poor old Harry's misery. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Martin Priest - Harry Plotnick
- Ben Lang - Leo
- Henry Nemo - Max
- Joan Leslie - Irene
- Maxine Woods - Kay