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Search for Haunted Hollywood (1989)



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Complete credited cast:
Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Harry Blackstone Jr. ...
Himself (as Harry Blackstone)
Nina Blackwood ...
Herself - Correspondent
Charles Bragg ...
Himself - Witness
Himself - Special Make-up Effects Artist
Himself - Witness
Bob Chandler ...
Himself - Correspondent
Nonie Fagatt ...
Herself (as Nonie Fagatt D.D.)
Scott Fearn ...
Himself - Cohu Inc.
Kelly Green ...
Herself - Witness
Alan Hauge ...
Himself - GMT Studios, Culver City, California
Neal Hitchens ...
Himself - Correspondent


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Visit the haunted side of Hollywood... if you dare!







Release Date:

22 October 1989 (USA)  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)

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Guessing you had to be there...
9 November 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Search for Haunted Hollywood is in essence a live American celebration of all things spooky, made just in time for Halloween. It's a little like the infamous BBC programme Ghostwatch, except without the realism and with a much bigger budget; it has a few purportedly real moments but for the most part is full of fakery. The whole programme is a mish mash of content that plays out in front of a studio audience with a cheesy presenter holding it all together.

There are various filmed segments exploring 'true' Hollywood ghost stories involving the spirits of Marilyn Monroe and the like; these are cheesy and dated re-enactments and best ignored. Elsewhere, a magician performs a few tricks for the camera, and they look fantastic, as magic tricks always do. The funniest part of the film is a supposedly live seance presented by poor old Patrick Macnee, no less. The mystic baldy bloke acts up for the camera all the while and there's plenty of supposed trickery that had me laughing out loud. Also, a Hollywood FX guy randomly shows up and turns a young girl into a ghoul. As a whole this really isn't very good, and is best watched as a curio piece from the 1980s more than anything else.

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