Elliot Hopper, a widower with three children, is currently working on a deal. His late wife's illness was very expensive and this deal could bring them out of the red. But he gets into a ...
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When his parents have to go out of town, Dennis stays with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. The little menace is driving Mr. Wilson crazy, but Dennis is just trying to be helpful. Even to the thief who's arrived in town.
Elliot Hopper, a widower with three children, is currently working on a deal. His late wife's illness was very expensive and this deal could bring them out of the red. But he gets into a cab that the maniac driver crashes, and the next thing he realizes is that he's floating around and landing in the lab of a scientist who studies the paranormal. He asks the scientist to send him back so he can finish the deal and make sure his children will be taken care of when he's gone for good.Written by
The novelization of the movie, written by Mel Cebulash, was published about two weeks after the U.S. release. See more »
As a ghost, Elliot is only supposed to be visible in the dark. When he returns to his workplace as a ghost, other people can see him in the brightly-lit rooms. See more »
You know, one of the good things about being a ghost is that lights on, lights off, I'm still here.
Dead people can be such jerks. I hope... I HOPE this is Tony.
I don't think so, because he's probably still sitting in the middle of the street wondering what happened to him!
Mr. Emery Collins:
Hopper, where the hell have you been?
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I happened to really like this film. Bill Cosby did a good job acting (as always). And the other supporting actors/actresses also did quite well. I really got into the movie and felt for the characters. I was also quite happy with the ending. I felt it was well-deserved. So, if you want to see a movie that has heart and will make you feel good about life, rent "Ghost Dad" (or you can catch it on tv every once in a while).
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