A writer accepts a bet that he cannot spend the night alone in a haunted castle on All Soul's Eve. Once night falls at the castle, several who had been murdered therein return to life, ... See full summary »
Two friends get drunk and decide to switch identities. One is a Parliamentary Secretary, and the other is the captain of a ship. The former's lack of sea knowledge causes several ... See full summary »
Sir Charles Hare, a young Irish baronet, gambles his all on one of his horses at Ascot. But the horse is 'pulled', and Sir Charles is forced to sell his Irish estate. His aunt, however, has some surprises in store for him.
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There is not one character,one line of dialogue or one plot point that made me laugh.It seems that the only idea the director had was to get his cast to shout the dialogue as loud as possible so that the audience would find this funny.The eccentrics brought into populate the cast are neither funny or endearing they are just silly.It is difficult to believe that this film was distributed by the Rank Organisation.It must have emptied then many near derelict halls that were still open at this time.Audiences were plummeting at this time and Ranks only solution was to close as many cinemas as they could.Certainly one of the worst British films I have viewed and not worth a screening.
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