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Peter Plunkett (Character)
from High Spirits (1988)

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High Spirits -- Peter Plunkett, unable to make the payments on a castle in Ireland, decides to advertise the castle as haunted to attract gullible American tourists.  Among those who visit is Jack, a romantic desperate to rekindle the romance with his wife, Sharon.  Peter and his staff fake the haunting, but soon awake the real ghosts of the castle, including a female ghost who falls in love with Jack.
High Spirits -- US Home Video Trailer from Anchor Bay Entertainment

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  1. High Spirits (1988) Played by Peter O'Toole

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From High Spirits (1988)
Peter Plunkett: [speaking to the ghost of his father in the office] What did you have to give me this place for? You knew I was an incompetent! All I wanted to be was happily useless. You made me miserably useless. What did you give me this place for?
[starts throwing papers up into the air]
Peter Plunkett: baths to run, bills to be paid, and then dying on me, just like that! Most people give some warning, you know. Premature senility, angina, gout, bed-ridden for years... but not you. Oh, no, no, no. Healthy as an old goat, you pop off one day in the orchard. And what then? Not a god-damned word, not a whisper? Did it never occur to you I might need some advice?... I missed you Daddy
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