Francis in the Haunted House

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Universal Pictures Released 1956

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Francis in the Haunted House

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Director:
Arthur Lubin
Released:
1956
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Francis in the Haunted House is the last film in the Francis comedy series, starring Paul Frees as the voice of the famous talking mule. The film starts in a dark country side mansion where Francis sees Neil Frazer (Paul Cavanagh) drop dead and a strange character leave the crime scene. The frighten mule runs away and meets David Prescott (Mickey Rooney), who he recognizes as his old owner's grown-up nephew. Prescott almost drops dead himself when he hears Francis talking. Francis tells him that there is a murderer on the loose, but Prescott thinks he's imagining things, until a farm hand named Jason (Richard Deacon) winds up dead in a barn. Prescott begins to believe he's not crazy and befriends the talking mule. The two set out to solve the mystery, and they meet Lorna MacLeod (Virginia Welles), next in line to the Frazer fortune. Prescott follows her around while Francis has his eye on Mayor Hargrove (Ralph Dumke). The mule and his new friend play practical jokes on each other throughout the film, but realize they are in danger after they get too close to finding the real killer.moreless
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