About the film
The Ghost in the Garret
Release Date: February 01, 1921
|Slogan||:||«With a parrot that swore and a bulldog with itching teeth, she invaded a haunted house on the trail of burglars. Desperate cut-throats who bore off the pearls that she was accused of stealing!»|
|Production Companies||:||New Art Film Company|
|Director||:||F. Richard Jones|
|Writers||:||Fred Chaston, Wells Hastings|
Framed for stealing some pearls while staying at the country home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Dennison, Delsie O'Dell is banished from their house. Delsie along with her bulldog, Violet, follows Oscar, the actual thief, to an old haunted house, which is the hideout for a gang of thieves. A series of humorous escapades follows as she first hides from the thieves, then pretends to be a ghost, terrorizing them. Eventually she retrieves the pearls, clears her name, and is safe once again in the arms of Bill, Dennison's secretary.