The Ghost and Mr. Chicken

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Universal Released 1966

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Director:
Alan Rafkin
Released:
1966
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The Ghost and Mrs. Chicken is the beloved 1966 family comedy mystery featuring the comic talents of one of America's most loved motion picture and television funny man. Luther Heggs (Don Knotts, The Incredible Mr. Limpet) is a bumbling reporter who leaves havoc everywhere he goes. Luther is all talk but doesn't have a bully-type personality. He is assigned a newspaper article that requires him to spend the night in an old murder house (which resembles the Psycho domicile) on its murder anniversary. Luther enters the house and finds it filled with scary noises and events that leave him shocked. With an unexpected rise to fame, Luther is called the town hero for being brave enough to spend the night in the mansion. However, trouble strikes when Nick Simmons (Philip Ober) who owns the mansion decides to sue Luther for being a disgrace to his family and Luther's story is tried in court.

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Comedy, Drama, Horror, Suspense

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Classics, Family Comedies, Romantic Comedy, Love & Romance