The Ghost And Mr. Chicken (1966)
Average Rating: 6.2/10
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Release Date: Jan 20, 1966 Wide
Average Rating: 3.6/5
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Luther Heggs (Don Knotts) is a typesetter at a newspaper who longs for a chance to be a reporter. Editor Beckett (Dick Sargent) gives Luther his big break and assigns him to spend the night in a house generally considered to be haunted. The situation allows a broad canvas for Knotts to react to sight gags with the special brand of eye-popping nervousness that made him a star. Former Playboy Bunny Joan Staley plays the pretty girlfriend of star reporter Ollie Skip Homeier. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi
Jan 20, 1966 Wide
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Prime Don Knotts with Barney Fife patented laughs.
Unusually good Knotts vehicle with atmosphere and a great creepy organ piece.
For youngsters who hadn't experienced anything stronger than the attack of the ping-pong balls on 'Captain Kangaroo,' 'Mr. Chicken' -- with its spooky organ music, blood-dripping portrait and haunted 'murder house' -- was deliciously traumatic...
Audience Reviews for The Ghost And Mr. Chicken
- Elevator Operator: Just draw a little ghost, right in the corner here.
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