The Smiling Ghost

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The Smiling Ghost is a 1941 film about an heiress who seems to be cursed as each of her intended grooms meets with a horrible end.

Directed by Lewis Seiler. Written by Kenneth Gamet, based on a story by Stuart Palmer.


Elinor Bentley: What kind of a kiss do you perform?
Alexander "Lucky" Downing: You mean there's more than one kind?
Elinor Bentley: I thought you were a college man.
Alexander "Lucky" Downing: Oh, I guess I was too busy studying chemical experiments to learn more than just plain old every day kissing.
Elinor Bentley: Suppose we try that?
Alexander "Lucky" Downing: Well, all right. [Kisses her lightly on the cheek] Goodnight.
Elinor Bentley: You must have been a whiz at chemistry.

Clarence: Boss, if you hear something whizzing by you, it'll be me.
Alexander "Lucky" Downing: Why, Clarence, don't tell me you're afraid.
Clarence: I ain't afraid, but my feets ain't gonna stand around and see my body abused.


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