Hold That Ghost

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Hold That Ghost is a 1941 film about two service station attendants who are left as the sole beneficiaries in a gangster's will, and are sidetracked when they are stranded in a haunted house along with several other strangers.

Directed by Arthur Lubin. Written by Robert Lees.
THOSE SLAP-HAPPY SCREAMSTERS GO A'HAUNTING!  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Camille: Are you a married man?
Ferdie: No.
Camille: Neither am I. [to Chuck] He's old enough, isn't he?
Ferdie: Oh sure I'm old enough, I play games, I play post office.
Camille: Post office? That's a kids' game.
Ferdie: Not the way I play.

Ferdie: Somebody blew out my candle!
Chuck: That was the wind.
Ferdie: Since when does the wind eat garlic?

Taglines[edit]

  • 9 ALL-TIME SONG HITS
  • THOSE SLAP-HAPPY SCREAMSTERS GO A'HAUNTING!
  • Here's That ALL-AMERICAN LAUGH TEAM!
  • YOUR FAVORITE FUNSTERS give you more merriment than in 'BUCK PRIVATES" or 'IN THE NAVY"...with their merriest cast!
  • A-HAUNTING WE WILL GO! Your blues won't stand a ghost of a chance...as they top "Buck Privates" and "In the Navy."!
  • THOSE FUNATICS ARE HERE AGAIN! Forget the News! Shake the Blues!
  • THOSE FUNATICS ARE HERE AGAIN! Your blues won't stand a ghost of a chance!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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