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(1939/Terrytoons/Twentieth Century Fox) BW. Animation. US.
Gandy Goose encounters Dracula and the Frankenstein Monster.

GALVANIC FLUID (1908) BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir. & Prod: J. Stuart Blackton.
Professor Watt discovers a special fluid that can make things fly.
The professor also appears in Liquid Electricity (1907).

A GAME OF DEATH (1945/RKO.) 72mins. BW. US.
Credits: Dir: Robert Wise; Prod: Herman Schlom; Sc: Norman Houston; Ph: J. Roy Hunt; Art: Albert S. D'Agostino & Lucius Croxton; Mus: Paul Sawtell. From the story "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell.
Cast: John Loder, Audrey Long, Edgar Barrier, Noble Johnson, Jason Robards Snr., Gene Roth, Russell Wade, Robert Clarke, Russell Hicks.
A madman, (Barrier), hunts down the survivors of shipwrecks on his Pacific Island and keeps their heads as trophies.
An atmospheric remake of RKO's 1932 production of The Most Dangerous Game changing the Count to a Nazi named Eric Krieger, using more than eighty shots from the original film and the soundtrack of Fay Wray's screams.

GANDY GOOSE IN GHOST TOWN (1944/Terrytoons/Twentieth Century Fox) Animated. US.
Credits: Dir: Mannie Davis.
Gandy Goose suffers from a nightmare and encounters ghosts, Dracula and the Frankenstein monster.

Credits: Dir: Edwin L. Marin.
Cast: Edmund Lowe, Virginia Bruce, Benita Hume, Douglas Walton, Nat Pendleton, Gene Lockhart, H.B. Warner.
Philo Vance, (Lowe), tracks down a killer who uses hypnotism to induce his victims to kill themselves.
A well paced and satisfying second feature.

GASLIGHT (1940/British National Films) 88mins. BW. UK. Aka: ANGEL STREET (US).
Credits: Dir: Thorold Dickinson; Prod: John Corfield; A.Prod: Richard Vernon; Sc: A.R. Rawlinson & Bridget Boland; Ph: Bernard Knowles & Cyril Knowles; Ed: Sidney Cole; Sets: Duncan Sutherland; Mus: Richard Addinsell & Muir Mathieson. From the stageplay by Patrick Hamilton.
Cast: Anton Walbrook, Diana Wynyard, Robert Newton, Frank Pettingell, Cathleen Cordell, Jimmy Hanley, Minnie Rayner, Marie Wright, Mary Hinton, Jack Barty, Aubrey Dexter, Angus Morrison, The Dormora Ballet.
In 1880, Paul and Bella Malen, (Walbrook & Wynyard), buy an old deserted house at 12 Pimlico Street where the murder of a widow took place fifteen years earlier by someone looking for the famous Barlow rubies. Paul, however, seems intent on driving his timid wife insane by taking objects and blaming her for their loss. A former policeman who remembers the previous murder case informs Bella t hat her husband was responsible for his aunt's death all those years ago and he has returned to discover the whereabouts of his victim's valuable rubies. Eventually Paul displays his insane obsession when he is eventually arrested after the former policem an discovers new evidence.
Despite the small budget, Dickinson successfully transfers all the psychological terror and horrific atmosphere of the popular London stageplay to the cinema. MGM. were reported to have tried to destroy the negative of the film when they made their version of Gaslight four years later.



(1944/MGM.) 114mins. BW. US.
Credits: Dir: George Cukor; Prod: Arthur Hornblow Jnr.; Sc: John Van Druten, Walter Reisch & John L. Balderston; Ph: Joseph Ruttenberg; Ed: Ralph E. Winters; Des: Cedric Gibbons & William Ferrari; Mus: Bronislau Kaper. From the stageplay by Patrick Hamilton.
Cast: Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten, Dame May Whitty, Barbara Everest, Angela Lansbury, Edmund Breon, Halliwell Hobbes, Eustace Wyatt, Emil Rameau, Tom Stevenson, Heather Thatcher, Lawrence Grossmith, Jakob Gimpel, Terry Moore, Wilson Benge.
"This is love...clouded by evil...darkened by a secret no one dared to guess!"
"The strange drama of a captive sweetheart."

Hollywood lost much of the creepy atmosphere found in the British 1940 production, replacing it with powerful performances and better production values, unfortunately to less effect.
Irene Dunne and Hedy Lamarr were originally offered Bergman's role.
Angela Lansbury makes her film debut. Art Direction and Ingrid Bergman received Academy Awards.

GAVROCHE AND THE GHOSTS (1912) see Gavroche et les Spirits

GAVROCHE ET LES SPIRITS (1912/Eclair) BW. Silent. France.
Credits: Dir: Romeo Bosetti.
Features ghosts.

DIE GEBERT DES HOMUNCULUS (1916/Deutsch Bioskop) Six 60mins. episodes. Serial. BW. Silent. Germany. Aka: HOMUNCULUS.
Credits: Dir: Otto Rippert; Sc: Otto Rippert & Robert Neuss; Ph: Carl Hoffman; Art: R. Dietrich; Prod Assistant: Fritz Lang. From the novel by Robert Reinhardt.
Cast: Olaf Fonss, Friedrich Kuehne, Ernest Ludwig, Albert Paul, Lore Rueckert, Max Rohbeck, Aude Nissen, Theodor Loos, Lupu Pick, Mechtild Their, Maria Carmi, Gustav Kohne, Egede Nissen.
A scientist creates the perfect man, but because the creation has no soul it decides to avenge itself on mankind only to be destroyed by a divine bolt of lightning.
Cinema's first android.
Reissued in 1920 by Bioskop who condensed the film into a 3-part 275 minute feature.
Only a few episodes of the original serial still exist.


GENIUS AT WORK (1946/RKO.) 61mins. BW. US. Original title: MASTERMINDS.
Credits: Dir: Leslie Goodwins; Prod: Herman Schlom; Ex.Prod: Sid Rogell; Sc: Robert E. Kent & Monte Brice; Ph: Robert de Grasse; Ed: Marvin Coil; Art: Albert S. D'Agostino & Ralph Berger; Sets: Darrell Silvera; Sfx: Vernon L. Walker; Mus: Constantin K. Bakaleinikoff.




























Cast: Wally Brown, Alan Carney, Bela Lugosi, Lionel Atwill, Anne Jeffreys, Marc Cramer, Ralph Dunn, Robert Clarke, Philip Warren, Forbes Murray, Eddie Bordon, Harry Harvey.
At eerie Marsh Manor, Radio sleuths Jerry Miles, (Carney), and Mike Strager, (Brown), are threatened by a master criminal and cold blooded killer named "The Cobra", (Atwill).
Comedians Carney and Brown's sixth and final feature film, their second with Lugosi after Zombies on Broadway (1945), who had finished his three picture deal with RKO.
This comedy mystery is notable as being Lionel Atwill's last feature film and for displaying the original spider model designed for King Kong, but never used in the final print, which can be spied on a shelf in the shot of a movie set.

GENUINE (1920/Decla Bioskop) BW. Silent. Germany.
Credits: Dir: Robert Wiene; Sc: Carl Mayer; Ph: Willy Hameister; Sets: Cesar Klein.
Cast: Fern Andra, Harald Paulsen, Ernst Gronau, John Gottowt, Hans Heinz von Twardoski.
An Oriental princess is enslaved by a wealthy old man who imprisons her in a glass cage. From her cell she controls others telepathically, and mentally orders her captor's nephew to murder his uncle.

GERTIE THE DINOSAUR (1909/Winsor McCay) 1 reel. BW. Silent. Animated. US.
Credits: Dir: Winsor McCay.
Cast: Winsor McCay, George McManus.
A brontosaurus named Gertie emerges from her cave and performs various tricks for a circus ringmaster, (McCay), by eating a tree, catching an apple and giving the ringmaster a ride on her back.
A film that only depicts the dinosaur was designed to tour theatres while McCay, the comic strip artist who drew the original "Little Nemo in Slumberland", would stand to the side of the screen and interact with Gertie. The apple that McCay would throw to the cartoon goes behind the screen while Gertie catches an animated apple. McCay repeats this process when he rides on the dinosaur's back.

GERTIE THE DINOSAUR (1910/Bray Films) BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir: John R. Bray.
Cast: John R. Bray.
New York animator Bray even went so far as to release this shameless copy of Winsor McCay's Gertie the Dinosaur as a McCay film. Technically this was described as being more innovative than its predecessor.

GERTIE ON TOUR (1917/McCay) 1 reel. BW. Silent. Animated. US.
Credits: Winsor McCay.
A short sequel to McCay's Gertie the Dinosaur featuring more of the comic brontosaurus.

GEVATTER TOD (1921) BW. Silent. Austria. Aka: DEATH.
Credits: Dir: Heinz Hanus; Sc: Hans Berger & Ludwig Gunther; Ph: Hans Androschin & Edward Hosch; Art: Hans Berger. From the story "Der Pate des Todes" by Baumback.
Cast: Armin Seydelmann, Arthur Ranzenhofer, Erika Wagner, Fritz Strabny, Louise Nerz.
Features a personification of Death, (Ranzenhofer).

THE GHOST (1933) see La Llorona

THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIR (1947/20th. Century Fox) 104mins. BW. US.
Credits: Dir: Joseph L. Mankiewicz; Prod: Fred Kohlmar; Sc: Philip Dunne; Ph: Charles Lang; Ed: Dorothy Spencer; Art: Richard Day & George Davis; Mus: Bernard Herrmann.
From the novel by R.A. Dick.
Cast: Gene Tierney, Rex Harrison, George Sanders, Edna Best, Vanessa Brown, Anna Lee, Robert Coote, Natalie Wood, Isobel Elsom.
"Doin' what comes's the man-woman affair that's like nothing on earth!"
A young widow, (Tierney), refuses to move from her English seaside house when she is frightened by the ghost of Capt. Daniel Gregg, (Harrison), but they fall in love and she writes his memoirs to increase her finances.
An enjoyable slice of Hollywood whimsey made all the more effective by strong lead performances and Sanders' scene stealing dialogue.

THE GHOST AND THE CANDLE (1903) see Le Revenant

Credits: Dir: William Nigh; Prod: Arthur Alexander; Sc: Morey Amsterdam. From a story by Milt Gross.
Cast: James Dunn, Florence Rice, Mabel Todd, Sam McDaniel, Robert Dudley.



















A honeymooning couple become embroiled with ghosts and gangsters at a creepy country house.
A mildly amusing second feature comedy thriller.

THE GHOST BREAKER (1914/Paramount) 5 reels. BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir: Cecil B. De Mille & Oscar C. Apfel; Prod: Jesse L. Lasky. From the play of 1909 by Paul Dickey & Charles W. Goddard.
Cast: H.B. Warner, Rita Stanwood, Theodore Roberts, Betty Johnson, Jode Mulally, Horace B. Carpenter, Jeannie MacPherson, Mabel Van Buren, Billy Elmer, Dick la Strange, Fred Montague, Lucien Littlefield, J.W. Burton, J.W. Johnson.
Ghosts that supposedly haunt an old Spanish castle are eventually revealed to be simply a ruse to steal some hidden treasure.
An early horror comedy. Remade in 1922.

THE GHOST BREAKER (1922/Paramount/Famous Players) 57mins. (6 reels). BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir: Alfred Green; Prod: Jesse L. Lasky; Sc: Jack Cunningham & Walter de Leon; Ph: William Marshall. From the play of 1909 by Paul Dickey & Charles W. Goddard.
Cast: Wallace Reid, Lila Lee, Walter Hiers, Arthur Edmund Carewe, J. Farrell MacDonald, Snitz Edwards, Noble Johnson.
A young man, (Reid), escapes from a Kentucky family feud with a black manservant, (Hiers), and encounters a beautiful heiress, (Lee), who persuades them to help her get rid of ghosts at her father's castle in Spain. However, the haunting turn out be the work of the Duke d'Alba, (Carewe), in an effort to find a hidden treasure that will enable him to marry the heiress.
An uninspired comedy chiller and a remake of Paramount's The Ghost Breaker (1914).

THE GHOST BREAKERS (1940/Paramount) 82mins. BW. US.
Credits: Dir: George Marshall; Prod: Arthur Hornblow Jnr.; Sc: Walter De Leon; Ph: Charles Lang & Theodore Sparkuhl; Process Ph: Farciot Edouard; Ed: Ellsworth Hoagland; Art: Hans Drier & Robert Usher; Sets: A. E. Freudman; Mus: Ernest Toch. From a play by Paul Dickey & Charles W. Goddard.
Cast: Bob Hope, Paulette Goddard, Richard Carlson, Paul Lukas, Willie Best, Pedro De Cordoba, Robert Elliott, Virginia Brissac, Noble Johnson, Anthony Quinn, Tom Dugan, Paul Fix, Lloyd Corrigan.
Radio personality Larry Lawrence, (Hope), falsely accused of murder meets heiress Mary Carter, (Goddard), at whose castle on Black Island in Cuba they encounter ghosts, a zombie, (Johnson), her son, and someone attempting to drive her away to gain a fortune in treasure hidden in the cellars of the estate.
A darker and well photographed follow up to Cat and the Canary (1939) with similar one-liners from Hope in what is considered to be his best role. Previously filmed in 1914 starring H.B. Warner, in 1922 with Wallace Reid. Remade in 1953 as a vehicle for Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis titled Scared Stiff.

GHOST CATCHERS (1944/Universal) 68mins. BW. US.
Credits: Dir: Edward F. Cline; Prod. & Sc: Edmund L. Hartmann; Ph: Charles Van Enger; Ed: Arthur Hilton; Art: John B. Goodman & Richard H. Riedel; Sets: Russell A. Gausman & Andrew J. Gilmore; Sfx: John P. Fulton; Tech: Joe Lapis; Mus: Edward Ward. From the story "High Spirits" by Milt Gross & Edward F. Cline.
Cast: Ole Olsen, Chic Johnson, Gloria Jean, Martha O'Driscoll, Leo Carillo, Andy Devine, Lon Chaney Jnr., Kirby Grant, Walter Catlett, Ella Mae Morse, Morton Downey, Henry Armetta, Walter Kingsford, Tom Dugan, Edgar Dearing, Ralph Peters, Wee Willie Davis, Frank Mitchell, Sammy Stein, Tor Johnson, Mel Torme, Leonard Sues, Al Mirkin, Harry Monty, Cliff Norton, Mary Louise Houk, Marie E. Wagner, Cornelia Bona, Miriam R. Lickert, Christine Forsyth, Armando & Lita, Jack Norton, Larry Steers, Bess Flowers, Perc Landers, Forrest Taylor, Alec Craig, Edward Earle, Buddy Wilkerson, Cy Ring, Carey Harrison, Billy Curtis, Lee Bennett, Isabelle LaMal, Belle Mitchell, Robin Raymond, Kay Harding, Joe Kirk, Irene Thomas.
Colonel Marshall, (Catlett), and his beautiful daughters, (Jean & O'Driscoll), move to New York from the Deep South and encounter ghosts in their Manhattan home, while next door is the popular Olsen and Johnson nightclub.
A low grade spoof and the last feature film vehicle for vaudeville comedians Olsen and Johnson who provide a few low-brow chuckles. Only the various monsters bring anything of substance to the film.

GHOST CRAZY (1944) see Crazy Knights

THE GHOST CREEPS (1940) see Boys in the City

THE GHOST FAKIRS (1915/Starlight) BW. Silent. US.
Two men stay overnight in a haunted house.

THE GHOST GOES WEST (1935/London Films/UA.) 85mins. BW. (Some prints are tinted sepia). UK.
Credits: Dir: Rene Clair; Prod: Alexander Korda; Sc: Robert E. Sherwood & Geoffrey Kerr; Ph: Harold Rosson; Ed: Harold Earle-Fischbacher & William Hornbeck; Sets: Vincent Korda; Sfx: Ned Mann; Mus: Mischa Spoliansky & Muir Mathieson. From the story "Sir Tristram Goes West" by Eric Keown.


Cast: Robert Donat, Jean Parker, Eugene Pallette, Elsa Lanchester, Ralph Bunker, Patricia Hilliard, Chili Bouchier, Morton Selton, Everley Gregg, Hay Petrie, Elliott Mason, Mark Daly, Herbert Lomas, Quintin MacPherson.
Deseased Murdoch Glourie, (Donat), is destined to haunt his Scottish castle until he can force a member of the rival McLaglen clan to apologise for the insults against the Glourie family. The present descendant, Donald Glourie, (Donat), is forced to sell the cas tle to a wealthy American, (Pallette), who ships it stone by stone and ghost to Florida. There, Murdoch Glourie's ghost meets the last descendant of the McLaglen clan who apologizes for his family and allows the ghost to rest.
A successful supernatural comedy made in grand Korda style, but lacking the fullness of its potential.

THE GHOST HOLIDAY (1907/WB&E.) BW. Silent.
Ghosts and skeletons celebrate their time away from the graveyard.

GHOST HOUNDS (1917/Kalem) BW. Silent. US.
Thieves are sentenced to spend the night in a haunted house.

THE GHOST HOUSE (1917/Paramount) BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir: William C. deMille; Sc: Beulah Dix; Ph: Paul Perry.
Bankrobbers hide out in house rumoured to be haunted.

GHOST IN THE CASTLE (1945) see Spuk im Schloss

THE GHOST IN THE GARRET (1921/Paramount) 5 reels. BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir: F. Richard Jones; Sc: Welsh Hastings & Fred Chaston.
Cast: Dorothy Gish, William Parke Jnr., Tom Blake, Porter Strong, Mrs. David Landau, Downing Clarke.
A gang of thieves use a haunted house as their hideout.


(1942/Universal) 67mins. US. BW. Released April Friday 13th. Sequel to: The Son of Frankenstein.
Credits: Dir: Erle C. Kenton; Prod: George Waggner; Sc: W. Scott Darling; Ph: Milton Krasner & Woody Bredell; Ed: Ted Kent; Art: Jack Otterson & Harold H. MacArthur; Sets: Russell A. Gausman; Mu: Jack P. Pierce; Technician: Charles Carroll; Mus: Hans J. Salter. From a story by Eric Taylor.
Cast: Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Lon Chaney Jnr., Ralph Bellamy, Lionel Atwill, Bela Lugosi, Evelyn Ankers, Janet Ann Gallow, Barton Yarborough, Olaf Hytten, Doris Lloyd, Leland Hodgson, Holmes Herbert, Lawrence Grant, Brandon Hurst, Otto Hoffman, Dwight Frye, Julius Tannen, Lionel Belmore, Michael Mark, Harry Cording, Dick Alexander, Ernie Stanton, George Eldredge, Jimmy Phillips, Eddie Parker, Teddy Infuhr.
"New thrills as the Monster stalks again!"
"You can't keep a good monster down!"
Ygor, (Lugosi), persuades Frankenstein's second son, Ludwig, (Hardwicke), to bring the monster that has been preserved in sulpher back to life, but instead of using Ygor's brain as the deformed manservant would have liked, Frankenstein wants the brain of Dr. Kettering, (Yarborough), in his creation. Ygor colludes with Frankenstein's assistant Erik Ernst, (Bellamy), to get his wish, but when the monster is revived, (Chaney), Ygor's blood type does not match and the Creature loses his sight. In a violent outburst the monster kills Erik and burns down the laboratory only to perish in the flames.
The weakest of the Universal Frankenstein cycle set four years after SON OF..., but despite the poor script, this still maintains a unique gothic atmosphere.
Footage from Frankenstein (1931) appears in a flashback sequence, and the climactic lab destruction scene was later used as the finale for House of Dracula (1945).
Sequel: Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman.

THE GHOST OF MUDTOWN (1910/Pathe) 1 reel. BW. Silent. US.
A village is terrorised by a ghost.

THE GHOST OF OLD MORRO (1917/Edison) 5 reels. BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir: Richard Ridgeley; Sc: James Oppenheim.
Cast: Mabel Trunnelle, Robert Conness, Helen Strickland.
Murder and a witch are discovered in an old castle.


(1947) see Night Comes Too Soon

THE GHOST OF ROSIE TAYLOR (1917/American) 5 reels. BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir: Edward Sloman; Sc: Elizabeth Mahoney.
Cast: Marion Lee, Helen Howard, Mary Miles Minter, Kate Price.
A house is rumoured to be haunted.

THE GHOST OF SEAVIEW MANOR (1913) 2 reels. BW. Silent. US.
Features a phoney ghost.

THE GHOST OF SELF (1913/Essanay) BW. Silent. US.
A ghost tries to reform a corrupt man through a series of spiritual manifestations.

THE GHOST OF SLUMBER MOUNTAIN (1919/First National) 520 feet. BW. Silent.
Credits: Dir., Prod. & Sc: Major Herbert M. Dawley; Animation: Willis H. O'Brien; Tech: Dr. Barnum Brown. Presented by Paul H. Cromelin.
"These giant monsters of the past are seen to breath, to live again, to move and battle as they did at dawn of life!"
Uncle Jack tells his young nephews of his adventure on Slumber Mountain and Dream Valley where he went to Mad Dick's haunted cabin ( allegedly played by O'Brien himself), and is offered a look through the hermit's telescope through which he sees the area as it was millions of years ago when it was inhabited by dinosaurs.
Major Herbert M. Dawley tried to assume more credit than he was due claiming that he was responsible for the animation, however, as O'Brien's work matured, it became obvious who was actually responsible.

THE GHOST OF SULPHUR MOUNTAIN (1912/American Wild West) 2 reels. BW. Silent. US.
A man's ghost haunts a mine.

GHOST OF THE MINE (1914/Eclair) 15mins. BW. Silent.
A girl's spirit brings her murderer to justice.

GHOST OF THE RANCHO (1918/Pathe) 6 reels. BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir: William Worthington; Sc: Jack Cunningham. From a story by Arthur Gooden.
Cast: Bryant Washburn, Rhea Mitchell.
Features a ghostly posse.

THE GHOST OF THE WHITE LADY (1913/Nordisk/Great Northern) 45mins. BW. Silent. Denmark.
Cast: Rita Sacchetto.
A woman frightens a man by disguising herself as a legendary ghost.

THE GHOST OF TOLSTON'S MANOR (1923/Micheaux) BW. Silent. Japan.
Credits: Dir: Keisuke Kinoshita.
Cast: Ken Uehara, Kinuyo Tanaka.

GHOST OF TWISTED OAKS (1915/Lubin) 3 reels. BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir: Sid Olcott; Sc: Pearl Gaddis.
Cast: Valentine Grant, Jane Vincent, Florence Woolcott.
A tale involving voodoo, the walking dead and devil dolls filmed in the Louisiana Bayou.


THE GHOST TALKS (1929/Fox) BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir: Lew Seiler; Sc: Frederick H. Brennan & Harlan Thompson; Ph: George Meehan.
Cast: Helen Twelvetrees, Charles Easton, Stephin Fetchit, Carmel Myers, Earle Fox, Joe E. Brown, Baby Mack, Arnold Lucy, Bess Flowers, Dorothy McGowan, Mickey Bennett, Henry Sedley, Clifford Dempsey.

(1927/Gainsborough/UFA.) 6500 feet. BW. Silent. UK/Germany.
Credits: Dir: Geza M. Bolvary; Prod: Michael F. Balcon & Herman Fellner.
From the stageplay of 1925 by Arnold Ridley.
Cast: Guy Newall, Ilse Bois, Louis Ralph, Anna Jennings, John Manners, Agnes Korolenko, Ernest Verebes, Rosa Walter.

THE GHOST TRAIN (1931/Gainsborough/Gaumont-British) 72mins. BW. UK.
Credits: Dir: Walter Forde; Prod: Michael Balcon & Philip Samuel; Sc: Angus Macphail, Lajos Biro & Sidney Gilliat (uncredited); Ph: Leslie Rowson; Ed: Ian Dalrymple; Art: Walter W. Murton.
From the stageplay of 1925 by Arnold Ridley.
Cast: Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge, Donald Calthrop, Ann Todd, Cyril Raymond, Angela Baddley, Allan Jeayes, Henry Caine, Tracy Holmes, Carol Coombe, Walter Forde.




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(1941/Gainsborough) 85mins. BW. UK.
Credits: Dir: Walter Forde; Prod: Edward Black & Maurice Ostrer; Sc: Marriott Edgar, Val Guest & J.O.C. Orton; Ph: Jack Cox; Ed: R.E. Dearing; Art: Vetchinsky; Mus: Louis Levy. From the 1925 play by Arnold Ridley.
Cast: Arthur Askey, Richard "Stinker" Murdoch, Kathleen Harrison, Peter Murray Hill, Carole Lynne, Morland Graham, Linden Travers, Herbert Lomas, Raymond Huntley, Betty Jardine, Stuart Latham, D.J. Williams, George Merritt.

THE GHOST WALKS (1934/Invincible Pictures) 70mins. BW. US.
Credits: Dir: Frank R. Strayer; Ex.Prod: Maury M. Cohen; Sc: Edward T. Lowe; Ph: M.A. Anderson; Ed: Roland D. Reed; Art: Edward C. Jewell; Mus: Abe Meyer.
Cast: John Miljan, June Collyer, Spencer Charters, Eve Southern, Henry Kolker, Richard Carle, Johnny Arthur, Donald Kirke, Douglas Gerrard, Wilson Benge, Jack Shutta, Harry Strang.
Broadway producer Herman Wood, (Carle), accepts an invitation to visit the country home of playwright Prescott Ames, (Miljan), but a fallen tree bars their way and they seek shelter at a house nearby. The owner, Dr. Kent, (Kolker), invites them to spend the night, but they endure eerie screams, sliding panels, secret passages, and a ghostly hand. Ames appears and congratulates the household members, who are really actors, on a convincing performance to promote the first act of his new play to the producer. However, when they discover that an actress named Beatrice, (Southern), has been murdered, they find themselves engulfed in a real mystery perpetrated by an escaped lunatic, (Charters). The producer, who is now highly sceptical of the events occurring, greets the lunatic with derision.
An unusual comedy mystery with a clever twist, but for theatre patrons the idea of a play within a play was quite familiar.

A GHOSTLY AFFAIR (1914/Cecil M. Hepworth) 575 feet. BW. Silent. UK.
Credits: Dir: Hay Plumb.
A burglar attempts to rob an old castle, but finds that the paintings come to life.

GHOSTS (1912/Essanay) BW. Silent. US.
Features a haunted house.

GHOSTS (1912/Cecil M. Hepworth) 1 reel. BW. Silent. UK.
Credits: Cecil M. Hepworth.
Features ghosts and spirits.

GHOSTS (1914/Ivy Close Films) 2 reels. BW. Silent. UK.
Credits: Dir & Prod: Elwin Neame.
Cast: Ivy Close.
Features a haunted house.
Made by the husband and wife team of Ivy Close and Elwin Neame.

THE GHOSTS (1914/Vitagraph) 1 reel. BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Dir: W.J. Bauman.
A mansion is reputed to be haunted by the ghost of an old soldier.

THE GHOSTS (1914) see Spiritisten

GHOSTS AND FLYPAPER (1915/Vitagraph) 1 reel. BW. Silent. US.
Credits: Prod: Ulysses Davis; Sc: Louis B. Rose.
Cast: Anne Schaefer, Marguerite Reid, Otto Lederer.
Phoney ghosts appear at a house rumoured to be haunted.

THE GHOST'S HOLIDAY (1907/Cecil M. Hepworth) 550 feet. BW. Silent. UK.
Credits: Dir: Lewin Fitzhamon.
Cast: Gertie Potter, Thurston Harris.
Ghosts rise from a churchyard and hold a ball at a hotel.

GHOSTS IN THE NIGHT (1943) see Ghosts on the Loose


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