Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
In 1900, a young widow finds her seaside cottage is haunted and forms a unique relationship with the ghost.
"R.A. Dick" was the pseudonym of Josephine Leslie, who wrote the 1945 novel "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir".
Why does he haunt? Was he murdered?
Mr. Coombe: No. He committed suicide.
Lucy Muir: I wonder why?
Mr. Coombe: To save someone the trouble of assassinating him, no doubt!
When Coombe, the real estate agent, is discussing suitable lodgings for Mrs. Muir, he states that he took the liberty of making a list of the homes he thought would best suit her. Yet, in the folder he apparently placed Gull Cottage, and every time Mrs. Muir looks at the listing, he pulls it out of her hand and says words to the effect that it wouldn't suit her. If he thought it didn't, then why did he put it in the folder?
Opening credits prologue: LONDON at the turn of the century.
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