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Bride of Boogedy 

A family with a great love for practical jokes is haunted by the family ghost Mr. Boogedy.


Oz Scott


Michael Janover


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Masur ... Carleton Davis
Mimi Kennedy ... Eloise Davis
Tammy Lauren ... Jennifer Davis
David Faustino ... Corwin Davis
Joshua Rudoy ... Aurie Davis
Leonard Frey ... Walter Witherspoon
Howard Witt ... William Hanover / Mr. Boogedy
Eugene Levy ... Tom Lynch
Ray Girardin Ray Girardin ... Elmer
Alice Hirson ... Mrs. Hooter
Karen Kondazian ... Madeleinska
Vincent Schiavelli ... Lazarus
Jeff Abbott Jeff Abbott ... Crowd Member #2
Annie Abbott ... Crowd Member #3
Robert V. Barron ... Mortician


One year after the Davis family defeated the hideous ghost of Mr. Boogedy, the evil spirit returns once again from beyond the grave by haunting the dreams of the Davis children, determined to get his revenge by re-acquiring his magic cloak back as well as seek a new mate for himself in his own hellish afterlife. Can Mr. Boogedy be stopped this time? Written by Larry B.

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Benjamin Gregory, Kristy Swanson, and John Astin did not reprise their respective roles from the first film, Mr. Boogedy (1986). Benjamin Gregory, by this time, had been cast on the sci-fi sitcom, ALF, and, therefore, was not available. He was replaced by Joshua Rudoy. Kristy Swanson, was busy with other projects, and she was replaced by Tammy Lauren. John Astin, was also busy with other projects, and his character, Neil Witherspoon, was removed altogether, and was replaced by a similar character, Walter Witherspoon, Neil's apparent brother, (although it's never specified) portrayed by the late Leonard Frey. See more »


After Carlton is saved from Boogedy's spell, Elois puts the magic cloak on a coat hanger in the kitchen. About a minute later, it's missing because Mr. Lynch stole it, but since everyone was in the kitchen at the time, wouldn't someone of noticed Mr. Lynch breaking into the same room and snatch the magic cloak right in front of them? See more »


Elmer: You're going to get it now Carleton.
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I enjoyed this
13 November 2005 | by rebeljennSee all my reviews

Although I don't remember much of this film to write a really good and helpful review of it, I do remember that I particularly enjoyed this film when I was younger. I probably caught it in my early teens or just before, and I watched it several times with my brothers (who are around my age). We couldn't get enough of this film.

It was not a scary film, but it was particularly comical and downright silly. It had something to do about a house that the family moved into which was haunted by 'Mr. Boogedy'. The first film was about Mr. Boogedy, and in the film, he went to get a wife. I think he choose one of the girls in the family.

The catchphrase of Mr. Boogedy was 'Boogedy Boogedy Boo!' It was a very silly film, but we really enjoyed it as children. It is just right because it was not particularly frightening, and it is a good film for older children to watch around Halloween.

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Release Date:

12 April 1987 (USA) See more »

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I nyfi tou k. Boogedy See more »

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