Despite some mistakes in emphasis and the fact that the movie peaks far too early, there are some nice moments in HARRY AND THE HENDERSONS, and it won't offend undiscerning audiences. George (John Lithgow) and Nancy Henderson (Melinda Dillon) are returning home in the family station wagon
with son Ernie (Joshua Rudoy) and daughter Sarah (Margaret Langrick) when George hits a huge "thing" crossing the road. The creature appears to be dead, so they strap it on top of the car and take it home. However, the creature, which is only stunned, is the legendary "Big Foot." The family
decides to keep him, and dub him "Harry" (Kevin Peter Hall). But they find they have a lot ...