A stray World War Two bomb releases the ghost of the 3rd Earl of Chaunduyt after 400 years. A visiting professor, while wooing the beautiful Lady Mary, daughter of the present Earl, finds him an ally in his fight on behalf of the villagers to protect their ancient rights against a meddling newcomer.
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A Merry Mix-up of Legacies, Missing Heirs, Surprising Heiresses and Family Skeletons in Unexpected Cupboards. (Print Ad- Gisborne Herald, ((Gisborne, NZ)) 2 July 1946)
Did You Know?
Now, if you'll pass through that door and look out of the window on your left, you'll see an oak tree in which King Charles may well have hidden after the Battle of Worcester.
Opening credits prologue: The village of Chaunduyt dates from the good old days when men were men and women were something the Lord of the Manor drove off along with your best-looking bullocks in settlement of your pay-as-you-earn tithe.
Untouched by the passing centuries, the historic home of the earls of Chaunduyt stands in the moonlight, a symbol of peace and security. See more