Ghost Story

"Good"

Ghost Story Review


Rather typical story (wrongful death, vengeful ghost) is masked by one of the most curious casts in horror history: Astaire? Fairbanks? Houseman? Holy crap! These guys would be watchable in an infomercial, and their cavorting with a mostly-naked Alice Krige makes for an unforgettable, if not terribly scary, Ghost Story.


Facts and Figures

Run time: 110 mins

In Theaters: Friday 18th December 1981

Distributed by: Universal Pictures

Production compaines: Universal Pictures

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 36%
Fresh: 5 Rotten: 9

IMDB: 6.2 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Producer:

Starring: as Ricky Hawthorne, as Dr. John Jaffrey, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. as Edward Charles Wanderley, as Sears James, as Don Wanderley / David Wanderley, as Stella Hawthorne, as Eva Galli / Alma Mobley

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