The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

Newly widowed Mrs. Muir bought a ocean-side mansion that is hunted by it's former owner, Captain Gregg. They get used to each other, and even developp affection, when Mrs. Muir meets a LIVING man with whom she falls in love. Captain Gregg disapears to let her live her life freely, promising to return at the end of it.

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Character mistake: After a year in Gull Cottage, Lucy and Martha walk up the stairs together. Lucy says she had a dream a year ago and Martha says she remembers her telling her about it, but because it was about the ghost, she didn't tell her a word. So Martha didn't hear a word.

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Lucy Muir: It's no crime to be alive.
Captain Gregg: No, my dear, sometimes it's a great inconvenience. The living can be hurt.

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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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