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I have always loved this movie. I saw it the first time they tried to colorize it also. When the car was speeding around the bend..before they crash into the tree..the yellow color of the car was a ways back..looking like it was having a hard time keeping up with the car too. Otherwise everything else was pretty much different shades of the same blue. I am so glad to see it in B&W. 4/5
If you can find the series...do...it is even better but a bit different. George and Marion Kerby are played by Robert Sterling and Anne Jeffreys which die after being swept away by an avalanche instead of the car crash like in the movie. They have a St. Bernard in the series named Neil who was unable to rescue them and also died with them. Cosmo moves into their old house and finds that the house is haunted by their ghosts and that of their alcoholic St. Bernard. Only Cosmo can see or hear them.
There is also the Topper (1979) with Kate Jackson, Andrew Stevens, Jack Warden. Nuff said....
The topper movies are some of my favorite there were 3 made and I watch them quite often. The acting is good and they are funny If you like classic movies then you will enjoy the topper movies if your lucky enough to find all 3 of them. 5/5
I was absolutely enthralled with the movie.. It's just so funny, even with the lack of today's available special effects. They are simple, easy to understand, uncomplicated and funny too.. Especially liked the office scene and the flabbergasted secretary.. Absolutely hilarious!! It's a definite must watch and a double definite must watch again and again and again and again..
Not to mention that Cary Grant was such a hunk of those days.. *swoon*
I give this a 100% endorsement and double thumbs up. Hey if I had more thumbs they'd all be up!!
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