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The movie was filmed in "Illusion-O" and a special viewer was needed to see the ghosts. This resulted in a number of sources incorrectly stating that the film was originally shown in 3D. The "ghost viewers" contained a red filter and a blue filter, but unlike 3D viewers/glasses, both eyes would look through the same color filter. The red filter would cause the ghostly images to intensify while the blue filter caused the images to fade. See more »
After Buck slides down the banister and walks off, we see money fall to the floor. It's clearly noticeable that the money didn't fall out of the hidden area in the stairs. If you look closely you can tell that it comes from somewhere above the stairs. See more »
[Ben has just brought Medea home]
That was a wonderful evening Ben, thanks. How about some coffee before you go?
No, thanks. Not tonight, I sure wish you and your family were staying somewhere else; this place gives me the creeps.
Oh don't start with that again.
Well I worry about you, Medea. Just for me will you try to be a little careful?
For you, I'll pull the covers over my head tonight.
See you tomorrow?
I hope so. Good night, Ben.
[leaves the house]
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Actually.... I liked it better than the modern version
Yes, it may be old but I find it better than the "new revised" version that terribly stunk. Sure, when we see floating candles and furniture we can only imagine a small thin piece of string on the tip but hey, at least they used their imagination and had fun with it. The part played by the wicked witch from "The Wizard of Oz" was the best part. She was perfect in the film. As well as the family. They played their parts better. The father didn't act as stupid as the one in the modern version and the rest of the actors/actresses were better as well. There were alot of parts in the film that did not match the ones in the modern version but hey, thats why I liked it better they didn't have all those boring motives that the modern version had. And the ghosts were even scarier even though you could tell that it was a man in a costume with a reflecting light.
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