Reminiscent of "Pleasantville", in this Gothic comedy heroine Abigaile Archibald suddenly develops a speaking voice in a world that is otherwise silent. Delighted, she secretly indulges in the joys of talking and singing -- until the townspeople launch a witch hunt to find the source of the mysterious sound. Written by
Did You Know?
The scene where Abigaile is hanging off the side of a cliff is an homage to an almost identical scene in The Perils of Pauline
(1914), a famous silent-film serial from which the term "cliff-hanger" originates. See more
During the scene in the parlor of Matilda Grissom's house, a modern-style "PRIVATE" placard can be seen on the door. See more
Music by Tom DeStefano
Words by Jim Lawter
Sung by Crista Orefice See more