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The Ghosts of Berkeley Square (1947)

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Ghosts are condemned to haunt a house until it is visited by a reigning monarch,

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Gen. "Jumbo" Burlap / Nawab of Bagwash
Felix Aylmer ...
Col. H. "Bulldog" Kelsoe
Yvonne Arnaud ...
Millie
Claude Hulbert ...
Merryweather
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Dr. Cruickshank of Psychical Research Society
Marie Lohr ...
Lottie
Martita Hunt ...
Lady Mary
A.E. Matthews ...
Gen. Bristow (as A. E. Matthews)
John Longden ...
Mortimer Digby
Ronald Frankau ...
Tex B. Farnum
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Staff Captain (as Wilfred Hyde-White)
Martin Miller ...
Professor
Wally Patch ...
Foreman
Esme Percy ...
Vizier
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Ghosts are condemned to haunt a house until it is visited by a reigning monarch,

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30 October 1947 (UK)  »

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Last full length feature film of Esme Percy. See more »

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The court martial papers make reference to the house as No 7 Berkely Square, rather than Berkeley. See more »

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Broken Doll
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Music by J.W. Tate
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Very entertaining
13 January 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed The Ghosts of Berkeley Square. It is perhaps too short, but there is a huge amount to like about it. The film has a very witty script that kept me amused all the time, brisk pacing and a fun story. The cinematography is quite remarkable, and the costumes and sets are imaginative. The music by Hans May is also sprightly, Vernon Sewell's direction is assured and all the characters are very likable. The cast are equally terrific, Robert Morley especially seems to be having a ball and it shows, it was a pleasure to watch him. It is just a shame that The Ghosts of Berkeley Square is so underseen, it isn't a favourite by all means but I thought it was very entertaining and a fun way to spend an hour-and-a-half of a day at home. 8/10 Bethany Cox


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