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No biography is available for Thorne Smith.
- Trivia & Quotes
In 1997 The New York Times rated Thorne Smith "one of America's most significant humorous writers". They credited his mischievous ghosts with inspiring the following movies: "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir", "Heaven Can Wait", "Beetlejuice", "Ghost", "Always", "A Life Less Ordinary".
Thorne Smith wrote "The Passionate Witch" This book was published posthumously in 1942. It was later released as a movie with the title, "I Married A Witch" More famously it inspirated the long-running TV series "Bewitched".