At a cavalry outpost in 1860s New Mexico, flirtatious, heartless Lillie takes great delight in playing her two beaus, decent Eustace Fairchild and the sexier, more dashing Henry Buchanan ... See full summary »

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Lillie Clarke
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Lieutenant Henry Buchanan
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Lieutenant Eustace Fairchild
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Bernice Clarke
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At a cavalry outpost in 1860s New Mexico, flirtatious, heartless Lillie takes great delight in playing her two beaus, decent Eustace Fairchild and the sexier, more dashing Henry Buchanan off against each other. Eustace is killed by Apaches but Lillie still goes to the dance with Henry. However Eustace's ghost turns up for what will be the last waltz for both him and Lillie. Written by don @ minifie-1

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4 October 1960 (USA)  »

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On most video versions there is a scene missing right before the final dance scene filmed in The General Store. This scene takes place in Lily's bedroom with the ghost Eustace appearing in her room. See more »

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Ghost Dance
17 April 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Set in a New Mexico cavalry outpost in 1869, this episode stars Elizabeth Montgomery as Lillie, a beautiful but cold-hearted young woman, and daughter of a general, who callously leads on two different Lieutenant's who are smitten with her. She devises a plan to have one(named Fairchild) sent away on a risky mission, where he'll either be promoted or killed, in the meantime she goes to the dance with the other man(named Buchanan), but her plan backfires when Fairchild is killed in action, but at the ball, his ghost appears to have his promised dance with her, which everyone is powerless to stop... Effective ghost story with Montgomery in particular quite good.


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