The Living Ghost

1942 film by William Beaudine

The Living Ghost is a 1942 film about a detective who finds a kidnapped man with brain damage.

Directed by William Beaudine. Written by Joseph Hoffman.
SPOOK CHASER... A reckless sleuth follows the trail of a white ZOMBIE!  (taglines)

DialogueEdit

Nick Trayne: There's got to be a way to wake everybody up.
Billie Hilton: I could scream.
Nick Trayne: Don't do that, they'll think there's been another murder. [sees a horn on the wall] This should do it. [blows the horn] Happy New Year!
Billie Hilton: I'll help you. Fish! Fish! Fish! Merry Christmas!

TaglinesEdit

  • SPOOK CHASER... A reckless sleuth follows the trail of a white ZOMBIE!

CastEdit

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