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  • Christmas ghost film I can’t remember..

    Does anyone remember a film set in a big country house in England during Christmas?
    (it’s not the children of green knowe, from time to time, Toms midnight garden, the Canterville ghost, a box of delights or the amazing mr blunden)
    he’s a teen and stays with an uncle he doesn’t know.
    the house is haunted and there’s a blackbird that sings at night, I think.
    he learns the servants die in a fire and he helps to change the story. At one point he takes a torch to a cave where a servant boy is hiding out.
    I’ve searched and searched but coming up empty.
    I think it might’ve been a tv film, I’d guess at between the 80s and 90s. Saw it years back on YouTube but I can’t think of the title at all. TIA

  • #2
    Is it The Ghost of Grenville Lodge with George Cole Prunella Scales?

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    • #3
      The boy time travels to save the servants in the past? If that's part of it then that rings a bell for me.
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      • #4
        The Amazing Mr Blunden?

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        • #5
          The ghost of Grenville lodge! Thankyou so much! That’s exactly right. Yay, finally. Been driving me round the twist lol

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          • #6
            Originally posted by amethyst View Post
            Is it The Ghost of Grenville Lodge with George Cole Prunella Scales?
            sorry, I worked out how to reply after I commented. Thankyou!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Semi42 View Post
              The Amazing Mr Blunden?
              No but that’s my all time favourite film

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Wispybee View Post
                sorry, I worked out how to reply after I commented. Thankyou!
                Your welcome

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