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The Ghosts of Berkeley Square Details

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Firmly in the fantasy groove previously plowed by such films as and is the 1947 British comedy The Ghosts of Berkeley Square. Robert Morley and Felix Aylmer play a pair of fatuous Colonel Blimp military types, whose efforts to shorten the war results only in getting the both of them killed. Summoned to a Heavenly court, Morley and Aylmer incur the wrath of Queen Anne. She orders them to haunt a mansion until they can prove themselves worthy of entering the Pearly Gates. For a film that practically no one has ever heard of, Ghosts of Berkeley Square is an embarrassment of riches in the casting department: among the British favorites appearing in the film are Martita Hunt, A.E. Mathews, James Hayter, Ernst Thesiger, and Wilfred Hyde-White. The film was based on the novel Wilfred Hyde-White by Caryl Brahms and S.J. Simon. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast

Felix Aylmer
as Col. Kelsoe
Madge Brindley
as Matron
James Hayter
as Capt. Dodds
Claude Hulbert
as Merryweather
Martita Hunt
as Lady Mary
Mary Jerrold
as Lettie
Edward Lexy
as Brigadier
Marie Lohr
as Lottie
Robert Morley
as Gen. Burlap
Abraham Sofaer
as Disraeli
Ernst Thesiger
as Investigator
Strelsa Brown
as Rajah's Amazon Attendant
Harry Fine
as 1914 Colonel
Aubrey Mallalieu
as Butler
Anthony Marlowe
as Speaking Red Indian
Tom Walls
as Provost Marshal
Mary Martlew
as Maybella
Wilfrid Hyde-White
as Staff Captain
Martin Miller
as Professor
Wally Patch
as Foreman
Esme Percy
as Vizier
Strelsa Brown
as Rajah's Amazon Attendant
Martin Miller
as Professor
Aubrey Mallalieu
as Butler
Wally Patch
as Foreman
Anthony Marlowe
as Speaking Red Indian
Wilfrid Hyde-White
as Staff Captain
Mary Martlew
as Maybella
Harry Fine
as 1914 Colonel
Tom Walls
as Provost Marshal

Crew

Vernon Campbell Sewell
Director
Caryl Brahms
Book Author
Ernest Palmer
Cinematographer
Moray Grant
Cinematographer
Hans May
Composer (Music Score)
Jim Groom
Sound/Sound Designer
Denis Johnson
First Assistant Director
Moray Grant
Camera Operator
Henry Hayward
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