The Time of Their Lives

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The Time of Their Lives is a 1946 film about two ghosts who were mistakenly branded as traitors during the Revolutionary War return to 20th century New England to retrieve a letter from George Washington which would prove their innocence.

Directed by Charles Barton. Written by Walter DeLeon.
FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT TO DIE LAUGHING!  (taglines)

Mildred Dean[edit]

  • [to Emily] Pardon me, but did I see you in "Rebecca?"

Dialogue[edit]

Horatio Prim: [he and Melody collide and are wearing each other's clothes] Odds bodkins, we're all mixed up!
[they run into each other again and get back into their own clothes]
Horatio Prim: Melody, don't ever do that again, I'm a boy!

Sheldon Gage: What's the matter, Tom?
Cuthbert Greenway: Bottles flying through the air, glasses filling themselves up, and somebody tooted into my stethoscope!

Melody Allen: Horatio, be patient.
Horatio Prim: Be patient? Melody, do you realize that my Nora has been waiting on me for 165 years? And a girl will only wait so long, and no longer!

Horatio Prim: Cuthbert, Melody, it's Cuthbert! He's still alive!
Melody Allen: How can that be?
Horatio Prim: I don't know, they say only the good die young.

Emily: [in a trance and speaking with the voice of Thomas Danbury] Melody, my beloved, it's Tom. I've come to help you.
June Prescott: Oh, Shelly, what does it mean?
Sheldon Gage: It-it must be Danbury speaking through Emily.
Mildred Dean: Oh, fine. A ghost to ghost broadcast.

Taglines[edit]

  • FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT TO DIE LAUGHING!
  • Something NEW from BUD and LOU!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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