Ghost Fever (1987) - Rotten Tomatoes

Ghost Fever (1987)





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Two African-American cops are sent to evict the residents of a decrepit Southern plantation, not knowing that they will be dealing with ghosts from the Civil War era. Their attempts to rid the estate of these pesky specters leads to slapstick comedy and horror.

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Sherman Hemsley
as Buford/Jethro
Jennifer Rhodes
as Madame St. Esprit
Pepper Martin
as Beauregard Lee/Sheriff Clay
Myron Healey
as Andrew Lee
Joe Frazier
as Terrible Tucker
Kenneth Johnston
as Terrible Tucker's Manager
Roger Cudney
as TV Announcer
Patrick Welch
as Ring Announcer
Steve Stone
as Reporter
George Palmiero
as Terrible Tucker's Trainer
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Audience Reviews for Ghost Fever

Ghost Fever is good for a couple chuckles but that's about it.I think if I saw it when it 1st came out in 1987 then I probably would've thought it was HILARIOUS since I was ?? back then.Now I watched it because it had Sherman Hemsley & I'll watch anything with ghosts or about ghosts.I really wanted to like Ghost Fever but I just couldn't.It's a movie you'd watch if you never seen it before but if you've already seen it, I don't think you'd watch it more than once.I know I wouldn't

Brody Manson
Brody Manson

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If you've heard anything about this, you've heard how atrociously terrible it is. Well yeah it is, but that's what makes it so good. That's right...I gave a five star rating to an absolute pile of crap. Everything about it is terrible. The plot, the acting, the special effects...everything. But yet, it's so damned charming that it can't be refused. I love this awful film and the only reason I know why is because it's terrible. Perhaps somebody out there could agree with me?

Tim Salmons
Tim Salmons

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