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Giving Up the Ghost (1998)

Unrated | | Comedy | TV Movie 7 September 1998
A dead man comes back to try to convince his wife to join him in the afterlife.

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... Anna Hobson
... Jake
... Kevin
Lynne Deragon
... Bob
... Maria
... Diane
Tricia Williams ... Gladys
Philip Akin ... Judge Gleason
Pam Hyatt ... Frieda Anton
... Bill Anton
... Matthew 'Bulldog' Phelps
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After a woman's husband dies while jogging in the park, the young widow's deep grief helps to awaken his ghost. The ghost urges her to commit suicide to join him in the afterlife. While the young woman is making up her mind about suicide, her husband's ghost helps with a current murder case. (The young couple were both lawyers in the same practice.) Written by E. D. Edwards <ededward@uncg.edu>

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7 September 1998 (USA)  »

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Anna und der Geist  »

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Great entertainment
2 June 2002 | by See all my reviews

I absolutely loved this movie.It started out very sad with the griefstricken Anna not being able to cope with her husbands death,so she tries to talk to him.Then it turns quite hilarious as her prayers are answered and she finds her husband (or his ghost,for that matter) in her bathtub.After the initial shock,they try to finish what they started before his death. I loved this movie,Marg Helgenberger is a wonderful actress,and although i thought the story was a bit thin,its great Saturday night entertainment!


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