The Trouble with Harry (1955)
When young mother Shirley MacLaine’s troublesome husband Harry shows up in the small New England town where she is living, trouble isn’t the word for it. Harry was a bad husband and an even worse corpse. When he is found dead (of natural causes, it turns out), everyone thinks that he (or she) somehow accidentally murdered him—and tries to dispose of the body. The absolutely gorgeous autumn scenery is nearly another character.
Directed–with much humor–by Alfred Hitchcock and also starring John Forsythe and Jerry Mathers (of Leave it to Beaver). See it at the library on October 3 at 7:00.