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Nightclub singer Larry Todd breaks off his romance with a beautiful showgirl when he realizes she's the girlfriend of a murderously jealous gangster. While on the run, Larry mistakenly believes he kills one of the mobsters and is helped to escape police by heiress Mary Carol, who smuggles Larry and partner Myron to Cuba. Mary has inherited a haunted castle on an isolated island and, ignoring ominous warnings and threats, decides to take possession. While there, the trio hunt for a hidden treasure and encounter a ghost, a zombie, and a mysterious killer.
They're making a spook-tacle of themselves!
Title: Scared Stiff
Release Date: April 27, 1953
Runtime: 108 mins
All Genres: Comedy, Horror, Musical, Mystery
Colors: Black and White
Sound: 3 Channel Stereo, Mono
IMDB Rating: 6.4
Buried.com Rating: 7.4 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Dean Martin ...Larry Todd
Jerry Lewis ...Myron Mertz
Lizabeth Scott ...Mary Carroll
Carmen Miranda ...Carmelita Castinha
George Dolenz ...Mr. Cortega
Dorothy Malone ...Rosie
William Ching ...Tony Warren
Paul Marion ...Ramon Cariso / Francisco Cariso
Jack Lambert ...Zombie
Tony Barr ...Trigger
Leonard Strong ...Shorty
Henry Brandon ...Pierre
Hugh Sanders ...Cop on Pier
Fred Aldrich ...Dockworker
Danny Arnold ...Gangster
Gertrude Astor ...Man with Spaghetti's Wife
Frank Branda ...Gangster
Chester Clute ...Man with spaghetti on head
Bing Crosby ...Skeleton (Cameo appearance)
Billy Daniel ...Dancer
Jimmie Dundee ...Ship Steward / Porter
Charles Evans ...Man next to spaghetti customer
Jesslyn Fax ...Woman in Hotel Hallway
Bess Flowers ...Nightclub Patron
Frank Fontaine ...Drunk on Pier
Herb Golden ...Gangster
Joe Gray ...Longshoreman
Sam Harris ...Nightclub Patron
Percy Helton ...Man in Hotel Hallway
Earl Holliman ...Elevator Operator
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Joseph H. Hazen
Hal B. Wallis
Charles W. Goddard
More Movie Taglines:
- They're making a spook-tacle of themselves!
- Mary Carol: Larry, why are you so nice to me? Larry Todd: I don't know, I guess I've always been a sucker for girls named Mary Carol.
Rosie: I'm just an average girl. Larry Todd: Honey, if you're an average girl then I've been dating boys.
Myron Mertz: I like it! I like it!
Rosie: [after a long kiss] Am I going to see you later? Larry Todd: You certainly are. Rosie: I know a wonderful place for just the two of us. Larry Todd: Yeah, where? Rosie: In a telephone booth Larry Todd: [after a lingering kiss he ogles her] Remind me to bring along plenty of dimes.
Mary Carol: You killed a perfect stranger? Larry Todd: Nobody's perfect!
- Dean Martin's performance of "I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine" was the influential version of the song, which became Elvis Presley's second Sun single in 1954.
George Marshall also directed the earlier version of this film (The Ghost Breakers (1940)).
Cameo: [Bing Crosby] a skeleton.
Cameo: ['Bob Hope'] a skeleton. Hope appeared in The Ghost Breakers (1940), of which this film is a remake.
The last film of Carmen Miranda's career.
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Rating: 7.4 out of 10.0 - 58 votes cast total