Not Rated | | Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
A beautiful 17th-century witch returns to life to plague politician Wallace Wooley, descendant of her persecutor.
Sol Saks, creator of Bewitched (1964), stated in an interview for E! True Hollywood Story: Bewitched (1999) that he drew inspiration both from this film and Bell Book and Candle (1958) in creating the iconic TV series. Columbia Pictures owned the rights to both of those movies. Since it also owned the television studio that was to produce "Bewitched," Saks didn't worry about getting sued.
Dr. Dudley White:
Oh well, it's late, I've got to be getting into my strait jacket. I'll call a broom.
The movie is set in Massachusetts but at the 15:00 minute mark, as they arrive at the hotel fire, we see a fire department car with the seal of the City of Los Angeles on the door.
Opening credits prologue: Long, long ago, when people still believed in witches . . . . .
$312,700 (USA) (20 January 1943)
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