Harold And Maude

  • 1971
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Comedy

HAROLD AND MAUDE got lost in the holiday shuffle when first released in late 1971, but there's much in this oddball film to recommend, including superb performances from the three leads. Harold (Cort) is the son of Mrs. Chasen (Pickles), a wealthy woman who pays little attention to him. His frequent depressions and lack of friends motivate him to stage...read more

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Harold And Maude - Trailer
00:58 — Cult classic about a suicidal young man who becomes involved with an elderly woman who teaches him how to live life to the max. Cort and Gordon are on (more…)
Harold And Maude - Official Trailer
01:24 — Cult classic about a suicidal young man who becomes involved with an elderly woman who teaches him how to live life to the max. Cort and Gordon are on (more…)
(Movie Clip) They're All Alike
Ruth Gordon and Bud Cort on their first improvised date, into Cat Stevens' Where Do The Children Play? and notable shots by cinematographer John Alonz (more…)
(Movie Clip) Rough Estimate
Fantastic bathing cap as Mother (Vivian Pickles) wholly ignores her drowned son Harold (Bud Cort), who then consults with his psychologist (George Woo (more…)
(Movie Clip) Dead Flowers
Harold (Bud Cort) and Maude (Ruth Gordon) in their first conversation as disinterested funeral spectators, Eric Christmas as the bewildered priest, fr (more…)
(Movie Clip) Dinner at Eight
Two suicide events by Harold (Bud Cort), Mother (Vivian Pickles) unimpressed with the first, with a family meal in between, comprising the beginning o (more…)
Harold and Maude trailer
Bud Cort (then 19) and Ruth Gordon (then 75) make an unusual couple in Hal Ashby's cult comedy Harold and Maude (1971).
(Movie Clip) Opening, Don't Be Shy
Enthralling opening sequence featuring Cat Stevens' Don't Be Shy, in which Harold (Bud Cort) hangs himself, from Harold and Maude, 1971, directed by H (more…)
(Movie Clip) The Fat and the Ugly
Some would say the best suicide sequence, as mother (Vivian Pickles) assists Harold (Bud Cort) in answering his computer dating questionnaire, from Ha (more…)

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  • Released: 1971
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: HAROLD AND MAUDE got lost in the holiday shuffle when first released in late 1971, but there's much in this oddball film to recommend, including superb performances from the three leads. Harold (Cort) is the son of Mrs. Chasen (Pickles), a wealthy woman wh… (more)

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