Ghosts on the Loose (July 30, 1943)
Released on July 30, 1943: The East End Kids discover what appears to be a haunted mansion next to the new cottage they want to fix up for the newlyweds.
Produced by Jack Dietz and Sam KatzmanDirected by William Beaudine
Written by Kenneth Higgins
The Actors: Bela Lugosi (Emil), Ava Gardner (Betty Williams), Leo Gorcey (Mugs), Huntz Hall (Glimpy), Bobby Jordan (Danny), Rick Vallin (Jack Gibson), Ernest Morrison (Scruno), William 'Billy' Benedict (Benny), Stanley Clements (Stash), Bobby Stone (Dave), Minerva Urecal (housekeeper Hilda), Wheeler Oakman (henchman Tony), Peter Seal (henchman Bruno), Frank Moran (housekeeper Monk), Jack Mulhall (Lieutenant Brady), Bill Bates (Sleepy), Harry Depp (John G. Elwood), Tom Herbert (Park Central Plaza desk clerk), Robert F. Hill (minister at the wedding), Eddie Laughton (wedding usher), Kay Marvis (bridesmaid), Ray Miller (Police Officer Mulligan), Blanche Payson (Sarah Elwood), and 'Snub' Pollard (flower delivery man)
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Ava Gardner and the Ghosts
After being spotted in a photo in the window of a New York photographer, someone from the MGM studio brought Ava Gardner to Hollywood for a screen test. At the end of the screen test the director excitedly exclaimed that she couldn’t talk and couldn’t act, . . . and she was simply sensational! She worked under contract to MGM for seventeen years and hated most of those years. She was largely confined to movie parts that needed a beautiful face and body, but no real acting parts. In 1950 she was proclaimed ‘The World’s Most Beautiful Animal.’ Ava Gardner is number twenty-five on the American Film Institute’s list of the greatest American female screen legends.
Ava Gardner married Mickey Rooney in 1942, and that union lasted sixteen months. Next she married big bandleader Artie Shaw in 1945, and that one lasted twelve months and one week. Finally, she married Frank Sinatra in 1951, and they were not divorced until 1957. The brown-haired green-eyed beauty later claimed that the only thing she ever got out of all her marriages was the money for two years on an analyst’s couch financed by Artie Shaw.
During their marriage Frank Sinatra called her his Angel, and gave her a Corgi puppy that she named ‘Rags.’ Rags was beside her much longer than Sinatra. When Rags died she got another Corgi, and then a third one that outlived her. Her final Corgi, named Morgan, was taken in by Gregory Peck when she died, and he also hired her longtime housekeeper and companion Carmen Vargas.
In this comedy farce she is the new bride who is about to live in a house that may be next to a haunted mansion. Like most of her MGM parts, she is the beauty to adorn the comedy, without any meaningful script lines. Later in life Ava Gardner is said to have confessed about her movie persona, “Deep down, I’m pretty superficial.” She is indeed pretty . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Ava Gardner and Huntz Hall
Ava Gardner and Rick Vallin
Ava Gardner and Rick Vallin
Ava Gardner, Robert F. Hill and Rick Vallin
Ava Gardner and the actress playing her mother
Bella Lugosi and Wheeler Oakman
Bella Lugosi watches from the picture frame
William 'Billy' Benedict and Bobby Stone
Ernest Morrison and Bela Lugosi
Frank Moran in the picture frame
Harry Depp and Blanche Payson
Huntz Hall on the moose
Jack Mulhall, Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall
Leo Gorcey, Ernest Morrison and Huntz Hall
Minerva Urecal and Frank Moran
Rick Vallin and Eddie Laughton
Rick Vallin and Wheeler Oakman
Stanley Clements, Ernest Morrison and William 'Billy' Benedict
Tom Herbert, Rick Vallin and Ava Gardner