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The Haunted Mansion

"Check your pulse at the door... if you have one."

Workaholic Jim Evers, his wife/business partner Sara Evers get a call one night from a mansion owner named Edward Gracey wants to sell his house. Once the Evers family arrive at the mansion a butler named ramsley takes them to dine with Master Gracey. Master Gracey takes one look at Sara and he thinks she's his lost lover. The evers family are trapped in the mansion. Then the magic begins.

Details

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Released: Nov 26th, 2003
Budget: N/A
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-- General Information --
Rating: PG
Runtime: 99 Minutes
Genres: Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Mystery / Thriller
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The Haunted Mansion Main Cast

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Eddie Murphy
Eddie Murphy
plays Jim Evers
Terence Stamp
Terence Stamp
plays Ramsley
Nathaniel Parker
Nathaniel Parker
plays Master Gracey
Marsha Thomason
Marsha Thomason
plays Sara Evers
Jennifer Tilly
Jennifer Tilly
plays Madame Leota
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • Several references to the Disney theme-park ride include: - the singing busts - the breathing door (even the doorknob is the same) - Madame Leota (and the spectral instruments) - the busts that follow Jim - the ghostly carriage (a prop outside the ride) - the old man and the dog in the cemetery - Master Gracy's hanging - the ghostly ballroom dancers. - the Raven seen throughout the movie - the hitchhiking ghosts - the hangman - the eyes in some of the walls - morphing pictures in the hallway. - several lines throughout the movie that are also used in the ride's narration, such as: "Welcome, foolish mortals", "Final arrangements have been made", "There's always my way" - the floating candelabra in the credits - the bride's dress in the attic - the screeching cat sound effect in graveyard scene - the skeleton's hands that start to open coffin in the mausoleum - the knights in the hallway attacking Jim - the door knockers heard rapping in the bedroom hallway - the pipe-organ in the ballroom - the clock strikes 13 during the prologue
  • One of the Singing Busts is a bust of Thurl Ravenscroft, according to "The Haunted Mansion: From Magic Kingdom to the Movies", written by imagineer Jason Surrell. He is often mistaken for Walt Disney. The bust of Ravenscroft is a tribute to the fact that he sang the voice of that bust in the theme park attraction. Another bust is that of Paul Frees, who narrates the Disney ride.
  • Movie Goof (continuity error): When the Evers family first arrive at the Haunted Mansion, Jim opens the driver side window to yell for the gate to be opened. In the next shot the window is closed.
  • Movie Goof (factual errors): The Evers' car has a personalized Louisiana license plate on both sides. Louisiana does not issue front license plates.
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