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Friday, January 2, 2015

"The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" (1947)


One of the most romantic, yet chaste, films ever made. It's turn-of-the-century, and a young widow (the classic beauty Gene Tierney) picks up and moves to the picturesque English coast. She sets her mind on Gull Cottage but it has a problem: it's haunted by the ghost of a handsome sea captain (Rex Harrison). They quarrel, become friends, and then fall in love...but can that work? Wait til the lovely ending. Notable for it's atmospheric Bernard Hermann score and the in-camera special effects (no cheesy CGI here people). 


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