Lo Spettro  

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The Ghost (Italian title: Lo Spettro) is a 1963 Italian horror film directed by Riccardo Freda, using the pseudonym "Robert Hampton". The film stars Barbara Steele and Peter Baldwin. Other titles for the film include The Spectre and Lo Spettro de Dr. Hichcock.

Cast

Barbara Steele — Margaret Hichcock

Peter Baldwin - Dr. Charles Livingstone

Elio Jotta - Dr. John Hichcock

Harriet Medin - Catherine Wood, Housekeeper

The story

A woman and her lover murder her husband, a doctor. Soon, however, strange things start happening, and they wonder if they really killed him, or if he is coming back from the dead to haunt them.




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