Harold and Maude (1971) A near-perfect movie, but for one thing... Spoiler: WARNING: You can't UNSEE this... When he tells his mother he's getting married, and shows her this card (either two pictures taped together, or maybe two cards in plastic?) she first sees the picture of the sunflower, but then he tells her to turn it over, and before she does we see an upside-down image of a man with a beard! She then says "You can't be SERIOUS!" - she's supposed to be talking about Maude but all the while it's a photo of some man in a beard that she's looking at. They couldn't afford to have a photo of Maude, of Ruth Gordon, put on there? They couldn't do that?