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The Phantom Honeymoon (1919)



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Cast overview:
Betty Truesdale
Captain Bob Tidewater
Henry Guy Carleton ...
Sakes (as Henry Guy Carlton)
Charles P. Patterson ...
John Truesdale
Grace Bryant ...
Mrs. John Truesdale
Harriet Cox ...
Katherine Perkins ...
Edwin Poffley ...
Reverend Thomas Peterkins
Hal Clarendon ...
Undetermined Role
Leon Danmun ...
Undetermined Role


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Release Date:

19 October 1919 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

O Aeroplano Fantasma  »

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Call No Man Happy Until He is Dead
27 October 2016 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Leon Dadmun is touring Europe with his nieces. He is a ghost debunker, but when Harry Guy Carleton sits him down in a haunted castle and tells him a story of a young couple, he may be forced to change his mind.

J. Searle Dawley was the first man to call himself a movie director (although others, such as Alice Guy, had done the work before) and he flourished from 1906 for a couple of decades. In this story, which takes advantage of the craze for spiritualism that arose in the aftermath of the First World War, he has produced a movie that is simultaneously creepy and heartening -- a precursor of such works as THE CAT AND THE CANARY and HAUNTED HONEYMOON.

It was originally released right before Halloween in 1919 and Grapevine Video has just come out with a DVD and Blu-ray edition, with a good organ score by David Knudson.

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