When Nick and Jan move into their new apartment in San Francisco, the batty landlady upstairs tells them about a girl who used to live there in the 20's: a brash young party girl named Maxie, who died in a car crash the morning before her big audition for a Hollywood studio. The trouble is, Maxie, or rather her ghost, hasn't left the house. Worse, she can take over Jan's body. And the only way she's going to leave is if she gets that audition. Written by
Did You Know?
The name of the silent screen actress and ghost in Jack Finney
's original novel Marion's Wall was Marion Marsh. See more
In his classic car, Nick makes a hand signal for a left-turn. He then promptly turns right to get in front of his apartment and pull into the garage. See more
Funny guy. Reminds me of Fatty Arbuckle.
Hooray for Hollywood
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer See more