The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

Mr. Fairley never intended to marry Mrs. Muir. He is a marry man who likes to court women. Mrs. Muir lives the rest of her days a lonely widow. Captain Gregg keeps his promise, and comes back at her death to spend eternity with her.

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Continuity mistake: When Lucy is looking over Gull Cottage, for the first time, she opens the left window next to the telescope, but once outside, it's the right window that is left open.

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Lucy Muir: I wish you wouldn't swear. It's so ugly.
Captain Gregg: If you think that's ugly, it's a good thing you can't read me thoughts.

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Question: Did they have signs for smoking cars on the train windows in that era?

Answer: Yes they did. In 1868 the Railway Regulation Bill was passed in the UK which forced railway companies to designate certain cars as smoking cars. This bill was passed in response to companies banning smoking altogether on their trains.

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