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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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Ernest Thesiger ...
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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Comedy | Fantasy

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30 October 1947 (UK)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Last full length feature film of Esme Percy. See more »

Goofs

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

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Old Soldiers Never Die
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a witty & unusual film....
27 February 2001 | by (luton england) – See all my reviews



Having just watched this marvellous film of wit & charm I felt compelled to comment. A witty movie full of wonderful characters.

A gem of it's kind recommended for anyone who believes black & white means a bad movie but is prepared to be convinced.

However, I do not see why it is classified as horror/comedy as there is no trace of horror in the whole film.


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