The life and works of beloved author/cartoonist James Thurber are explored in this illuminating documentary. Surveying not only the prose and cartoons he contributed to The New Yorker but also recollections and insights from noted peers such as Edward Albee, Alistair Cooke, John Updike, and many others, the film offers a compelling portrait of the humanist wit that connected him to fans of great literature everywhere. Narrated by George Plimpton. 57 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.