During a stormy night at an old, isolated house in England, a lonely couple a visited by a strange little boy who seems dazed and uncommunicative, yet knows where things are in the house, ... See full summary »

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Harriet Grant
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During a stormy night at an old, isolated house in England, a lonely couple a visited by a strange little boy who seems dazed and uncommunicative, yet knows where things are in the house, and ghostly strains of "Long Long ago" can be heard. Written by WesternOne

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8 August 1954 (USA)  »

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An eerie ghost story

That's the kind of ghost tales that we can find in TV shows from time to time. This one is not really a scary one, but instead made for the whole family and involving a eight years old boy in whom many children could recognize themselves, and parents too. So, horror buffs could be deceived by this one. I still stayed awake and not bored by this cute story which could be somewhere somewhat silly, if you watch closely. But keep in mind that unusual stories are often hard to believe in. This episode is the perfect example. The atmosphere is the main lead, not the actors. The kind of stuff which reminds me some Lewis Allen's films - THE UNINVITED, THE UNSEEN - or TV product. A sweet time waster, not more. But that suits me fine.


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