The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947)

Journeys in Classic Film

The Ghost and Mrs. MuirI’m unsure what came first: a desire to watch Gene Tierney in The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, or if it was inspired by reading her biography.  Either way, you’re getting a double dose of Tierney this week, and 20th Century Fox‘s recent Blu-ray release kicks us off.  The bittersweet romance between a widow and a ghostly sea captain would be comfortable alongside the other supernatural hybrids I’ve reviewed, which is good because this on par with the best likeBlithe Spirit, although reduced in the comedy department.  Coupled with Fox’s continued excellence in transferring their DVDs to Blu-ray, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir should have a home in your collection.

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