The Electronic Farmyard writes:
'A pub in Worth Matravers that’s just as well known for its self-brewed cider as it is for their colourful regulars, (both tourist attractions in their own rights), but one thing the rustic abode of The Square and Compass isn’t usually associated with is the silver screen. Having gone there years ago for their annual pumpkin displays this was a change for me too, (well, a projector instead of larger than life jack-o’-lanterns). Now I was to see ‘Harvey’ from the Hollywood golden era, (so not Modern Times). Unsure if hippy rural pubs were exactly what Koster envisioned as he created his 1950 classic, (but then again who knows?), it was one I happily acclimatised to.'