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When Harry Met Sally... 30th Anniversary (1989) presented by TCM

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Fathom Events, TCM and Warner Bros. present When Harry Met Sally… for a special 30th Anniversary showing coming to select cinemas featuring exclusive insight from Turner Classic Movies. Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) and Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) meet when they share a car on a trip from Chicago to New York right after both graduate from college. As the two build their lives and careers in Manhattan, they find love and heartache--with other people--but their paths continue to cross and their friendship continues to grow over the years ... until they confront the decision whether to let their friendship develop into romance.


  • Billy Crystal
  • Meg Ryan
  • Carrie Fisher
  • Bruno Kirby
  • Steven Ford
  • Lisa Jane Persky
  • Michelle Nicastro
  • Gretchen Palmer
  • Robert Alan Beuth
  • David Burdick

Did You Know?


  • (Cameo) Estelle Reiner: The woman who says, "I'll have what she's having," after Sally's faked orgasm was director Rob Reiner's mother.
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  • When Harry is dropped off in New York's Washington Square in 1977 the street signs are green and white. In 1977 the street signs in New York were still gold and black.
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    • Sally Albright: Harry, you're going to have to try and find a way of not expressing every feeling that you have, every moment that you have them.
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A ravishing, romantic lark brimming over with style, intelligence and flashing wit.

Metacritic review by Peter Travers
Peter Travers
Rolling Stone

Together, Crystal and Ryan really click. Even though their characters are polar opposites (or perhaps because of it), their interaction has a charm and warmth that most motion picture pairings lack.

Metacritic review by James Berardinelli
James Berardinelli

What makes it special, apart from the Ephron screenplay, is the chemistry between Crystal and Ryan.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times