One of the rubber-legged Australian comedian's funnier and more offbeat short comedies,the premise has Leon returning drunk to his home again,but has a ornament smashed over his head,and when he comes to,is told that he is dead.Afterwards,we have a 'TOPPER' ghost-like situation as Leon and an associate observe in his apartment his wife and friends ignoring him as if he were dead,and Leon making some very risqué comments about everyone therein! As a combination of TOPPER,Charles Dickens' A Christmas CAROL,and black farce,"THE SPOOK SPEAKS" works very well and is worth checking out if it turns up on TV,as it did in the UK in the 1980's in the early mornings.
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