Director(s)George Marshall
Producer(s)Joseph H. Hazen (executive), Hal B. Wallis
Top GenresComedy, Horror, Musical
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Scared Stiff (1953) was a Comedy - Horror Film directed by George Marshall and produced by Hal B. Wallis and Joseph H. Hazen.


In a better-than-average Martin and Lewis, the boys flee the Mob onto an island owned by heiress Scott, and Jerry does a great Carmen Miranda imitation. Scott's island home turns out to be a haunted (mostly by gangsters) castle that holds a load of gold. Based on the Hope vehicle The Ghost Breakers (1940).

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