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Third topper movie starring Roland Young as banker Cosmo Topper, aiding and helping ghost Gail Richards (Joan Blondell) solving her own murder.
A cute and entertaining comedy.
As far as sequels go, this is the anomaly... I actually enjoyed it more than the original Topper. Eddie "Rochester" Anderson adds that extra touch of comedic fun. This is one ghost film the entire family will enjoy!
liked it first time I saw it way back in the early 60's
Great cast and special effects, but it's got it backwards. The mystery is easy and the laughs are, towards the end, elusive.
part 3 runs out of gas real fast without grant & bennett from the first 2
What craziness!! I saw this years ago, when I was a kid. I enjoyed it then, as a comedy murder mystery. Now I see it more full of holes than Swiss cheese. Yeah, it's a slapstick comedy not existing for plot sense. So...
Can't sleep - so I put in this movie, which is just zany good fun! Roland Young is fun as ever as Cosmo Topper, and Joan Blondell and Carole Landis are fine comic supports - as are Billie Burke (Mrs. Topper), Patsy Kelly and the always amusing Eddie "Rochester" Anderson. A totally enjoyable comedy romp!
I'm in love with this whole idea that there is magic in our world.
There's no Cary Grant in this the third installment of the popular horror/comedy series, but Roland Young returns as the ever put upon and flustered Topper again though, this time trying to Charlie Chan solve a murder. Along for the ride is Billie Burke as his shrill and nonsensical Gracie Allen-ish wife and Eddie " Rochester" Anderson (on "loan" from Jack Benny) as his easily rattled chauffeur ( who only has to "bugeye" his way through the whole picture). Joan Blondell is the real star. Now is there a haunted house anywhere? Goofy fun.