Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The harpy of the title is Elizabeth Ashley, the greedy, demanding ex-wife of architect Hugh O'Brian. As a means of escaping his former spouse's tirades, O'Brian quietly trains his pet eagle to be a hunter. A confrontation between eagle and "ex" is inevitable, but masterfully handled. Tom Nardini, playing a loyal Native-American friend of O'Brian's, is the principal instigator of the film's screeching denouement. Made for television, Harpy was first shown March 12, 1971.
conflict, desert, eagle, falcon, greed, hobby, love, love-triangle, Native-American, passion, pets, plans, revenge, shrew, spurned, unrequited, wedding, architecture, ex-wife, wife