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Ghost Ship (1952) was a Horror - Black-and-white Film directed by Vernon Sewell and produced by Vernon Sewell and Nat Cohen.

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Ghost Ship (2002, Steve Beck)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 22, 2019 From The Stop Button

I am going to set a goal for myself with this post about Ghost Ship; I?m going to try to make it entertaining, which is going to be a challenge because there?s nothing entertaining about Ghost Ship. It?s badly directed and badly written. The actors are bad. They?re good actors and okay actors and me... Read full article


Ghost Ship (2002, Steve Beck)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 22, 2019 From The Stop Button

I am going to set a goal for myself with this post about Ghost Ship; I?m going to try to make it entertaining, which is going to be a challenge because there?s nothing entertaining about Ghost Ship. It?s badly directed and badly written. The actors are bad. They?re good actors and okay actors and me... Read full article


Ghost Ship (2002, Steve Beck)

on Nov 22, 2019 From The Stop Button

I am going to set a goal for myself with this post about Ghost Ship; I?m going to try to make it entertaining, which is going to be a challenge because there?s nothing entertaining about Ghost Ship. It?s badly directed and badly written. The actors are bad. They?re good actors and okay actors and me... Read full article


Ghost Ship (2002, Steve Beck)

on Nov 22, 2019 From The Stop Button

I am going to set a goal for myself with this post about Ghost Ship; I?m going to try to make it entertaining, which is going to be a challenge because there?s nothing entertaining about Ghost Ship. It?s badly directed and badly written. The actors are bad. They?re good actors and okay actors and me... Read full article


The Ghost Ship (1943): Creaky Yet Atmospheric

By 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 28, 2019 From 4 Star Films

“What a hobby to pick: authority.”? The Ghost Ship is yet?another serving of shadows and sound courtesy of legendary cinematographer Nicholas Musuraca and former editor-turned-director Mark Robson. However, the film is punctuated by few dramatic notes and instead settles in to develop a ... Read full article


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The yacht used in the film belonged to director Vernon Sewell.
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