Blithe Spirit

Blithe Spirit
Blithe Spirit

Year

1945

Duration

91 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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There's ghostly woman trouble for an unfortunate author in this deliciously sharp British comedy, adapted from the hit play by Noel Coward. Following an apparently harmless seance with eccentric medium Madame Arcati, mystery writer Charles Condomine discovers the spirit of his first wife, Elvira, has accidentally been unleashed. This bickering spectre wants her man back and is prepared to kill him to do it. But naturally things don't go according to her plans, when new missus Ruth winds up dead instead - leaving Charles with two squabbling spooks on his hands!

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