The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

In 1900, strong-willed widow Lucy Muir goes to live in Gull Cottage by the British seaside, even though it appears to be haunted. On her very first night she meets the ghost of the crusty former owner, Captain Gregg—and refuses to be scared off. They eventually become friends and allies, after Lucy gets used to the idea of a man’s ghost haunting her bedroom.

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Film Cast:

  • Lucy Muir: Gene Tierney
  • Capt. Daniel Gregg: Rex Harrison
  • Miles Fairley: George Sanders
  • Martha Huggins: Edna Best
  • Anna Muir as an Adult: Vanessa Brown
  • Mrs. Fairley: Anna Lee
  • Mr. Coombe: Robert Coote
  • Anna Muir as a Child: Natalie Wood
  • Angelica – Mother-in-law: Isobel Elsom
  • Eva – Sister-in-law: Victoria Horne
  • Man Ordered Out of Train Compartment by Captain (uncredited): Stuart Holmes
  • Passerby at Fairley Residence (uncredited): Houseley Stevenson
  • Author Displaced by Lucy (uncredited): Helen Freeman
  • Sproule – London Publisher (uncredited): Whitford Kane
  • Enquiries at Sproule’s (uncredited): Buster Slaven
  • Porter (uncredited): Will Stanton
  • Bill – Anna’s Fiance (uncredited): William Stelling
  • Mr. Scroggins (uncredited): David Thursby
  • Fairley Maid (uncredited): Heather Wilde

Film Crew:

  • Original Music Composer: Bernard Herrmann
  • Director of Photography: Charles Lang
  • Art Direction: Richard Day
  • Set Decoration: Thomas Little
  • Sound: Roger Heman Sr.
  • Set Decoration: Stuart A. Reiss
  • Sound: Bernard Freericks
  • Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
  • Art Direction: George W. Davis
  • Editor: Dorothy Spencer
  • Dialogue: Constance Collier
  • Costume Supervisor: Charles Le Maire
  • Makeup Artist: Ben Nye
  • Producer: Fred Kohlmar
  • Costume Design: Sam Benson
  • Dialogue: Arthur Pierson
  • Screenplay: Philip Dunne
  • Unit Manager: Ben Silvey
  • Visual Effects: Fred Sersen
  • Novel: R.A. Dick
  • Costume Design: Oleg Cassini
  • Costume Design: Eleanor Behm

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