The Ghost Talks (1929 film)
The Ghost Talks is a 1929 comedy genre film, directed by Lewis Seiler; based on a Max Marcin and Edward Hammond's Broadway play. Actor Stepen Fetchit played a character named "Christopher Lee" in this early horror film.
|The Ghost Talks|
|Directed by||Lewis Seiler|
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
According to the New York Times review, this was the second all-talking feature from Fox, featuring various plot devices, like a lisping heroine, to show off the technology. This film is regarded as lost.