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Phantom Ship
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Phantom Ship 1935

The Mystery of the Mary Celeste was one of the first "ghost ship" movies, and one of the first Hammer films. Crew sets sail. Random members of the crew get murdered. Is someone on the ship going mad or is the ship cursed? Bela Lugosi in a dramtic role.

Release Date:April 27th, 1935
Running Time:62 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsDenison Clift
Written By:
No image existsDenison Clift
No image existsCharles Larkworthy
Bela LugosiBela Lugosi
No image existsArthur Margetson
No image existsDennis Hoey
No image existsBen Welden
No image existsBruce Gordon
No image existsGibson Gowland
No image existsShirley Grey
No image existsEdmund Willard
No image existsGeorge Mozart
No image existsJohnnie Schofield
No image existsGunner Moir
No image existsClifford McLaglen
No image existsTerence de Marney
No image existsEdgar Pierce
No image existsHerbert Cameron

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Phantom Ship Movie Review by Movie Addict (3/14/2008)

Despite the fact that this film is of poor quality (actually it is supposedly the remains of a longer film), it is still a good mystery.

The Mary Celeste was actually found at sea with no crew left.

What happened to them? The Captain (Arthur Margetson) married a woman (Shirley Grey) loved by another Captain. he paid a...

(complete Phantom Ship review by Movie Addict)

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