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Gildersleeve's Ghost

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Gildersleeve's Ghost
Gildersleeve's Ghost poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byGordon Douglas
Harry Mancke (assistant)
Written byRobert E. Kent
Produced byHerman Schlom
StarringHarold Peary
Marion Martin
Richard LeGrand
Amelita Ward
Freddie Mercer
Margie Stewart
CinematographyJack MacKenzie
Edited byLes Millbrook
Music byC. Bakaleinikoff
Release date
  • September 5, 1944 (1944-09-05) (US)[1]
Running time
63 minutes[1]
CountryUnited States

Gildersleeve's Ghost is a 1944 American comedy film directed by Gordon Douglas from an original screenplay by Robert E. Kent. It is the fourth and final film in the Gildersleeve's series, all of which were produced and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, based on the popular NBC radio program, The Great Gildersleeve, created by Leonard L. Levinson and itself a spin-off of Fibber McGee and Molly. Released on September 6, 1944, the film stars Harold Peary, Marion Martin, Richard LeGrand, Amelita Ward, Freddie Mercer, and Margie Stewart.


Gildersleeve is running for police commissioner against the incumbent Haley. He believes he can boost his chances by exposing the questionable experiments being conducted by scientist Wells. His attempts to do so are somewhat hindered by the ghosts of two of his ancestors (both also played by Peary), as well as an invisible woman and a lovesick gorilla--and naturally everyone thinks he's losing his mind.


See also


  1. ^ a b "Reviews of New Films: Gildersleeve's Ghost". The Film Daily. September 6, 1944. p. 12.

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