After her sister Marian hangs herself, Millicent returns home, only to hear Marian - a dancer - tapping across the floor upstairs in the room where she died.

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Millicent / Marion Hardy
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William Jason
Christopher Connelly ...
Sam Davis
Russell Thorson ...
Dr. Coolidge
Michael Laird ...
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Michael Richardson ...
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After her sister Marian hangs herself, Millicent returns home, only to hear Marian - a dancer - tapping across the floor upstairs in the room where she died.

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29 October 1972 (USA)  »

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Ghost Dance
13 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Sandra Dee stars as Millicent Hardy, who shares a house with her twin sister Marion, but after returning from vacation, finds her hanging by a noose from the rafters dead. An apparent suicide, Millicent is beset by nightmares about Marion's death. Meanwhile, a real estate developer wants to buy her property, but she resists, despite mounting pressure by him, and her own strange behavior which sees her dressing and tap dancing just like her late sister, not to mention she thinks she hears her voice telling her to do so, including committing her own suicide... Ordinary tale has some eerie bits but is just too obvious and derivative to succeed.


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