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Patrick Swayze
Director: Jerry Zucker Cast: Patrick Swayze
Patrick Swayze
, Demi Moore
Demi Moore
, Whoopi Goldberg
Whoopi Goldberg
Jerry Zucker

DVD (Color / Wide Screen)

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An interesting hybrid of popular film genres, Ghost showcases the talents of its entire cast. While out on the town one evening, New York couple Sam (Patrick Swayze) and Molly (Demi Moore) are confronted by a mugger. After submitting to his demands, Sam is murdered anyway. He then finds himself a disembodied spirit, invisible to the living world, wandering without hope until he finds a spiteful spirit aboard the subway (Vincent Schiavelli) who gives him some helpful pointers on how to co-exist. Soon Sam comes back into contact with those he knew in life, and he begins to learn piece-by-piece of his close friend and co-worker Carl's (Tony Goldwyn) embezzling plot which caused his death; the apparent mugging was, in fact, a premeditated murder. In the meantime, Carl has designs on Molly, and Sam is determined to extract revenge. He contacts a psychic (Whoopi Goldberg), and together, the two set out to serve justice and stop the maniacal Carl from getting to Molly. Blending comedy, romance, action, and horror, Ghost was a box-office smash and managed to garner five Academy Award nominations, including "Best Picture," "Best Supporting Actress" (Goldberg), "Best Original Screenplay," "Best Editing," and "Best Score"; Goldberg won her first Oscar.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/24/2017
UPC: 0032429257024
Original Release: 1990
Source: Paramount
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen, Color]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 2:06:00
Sales rank: 1,797

Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary by Director Jerry Zucker and Writer Bruce Joel Rubin; Ghost Stories: The Making of a Classic; Inside the Paranormal; Alchemy of a Love Scene; Cinema's Great Romances; Theatrical Trailer; Photo Gallery

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Patrick Swayze Sam Wheat
Demi Moore Molly Jensen
Whoopi Goldberg Oda Mae Brown
Tony Goldwyn Carl Brunner
Rick Aviles Willie Lopez
Vincent Schiavelli Subway Ghost
Gail Boggs Oda Mae's Sister
Armelia McQueen Oda Mae's Sister
Stanley Lawrence Elevator Man
Christopher Keene Elevator Man
Susan Breslau Susan
Macka Foley Mover
Phil Leeds Emergency Room Ghost
Angelina Estrada Rosa Santiago
Thom Curley Workman in Loft
Stephen Root Police Sgt.
Laura Drake Policewoman
Alma Beltran Woman Ghost
Vivian Bonnell Ortisha
Derek Thompson Ortisha's Friend
J. Christopher Sullivan Man Ghost
Charlotte Zucker Bank Officer
Tom Finnegan Bank Guard
Bruce Jarchow Lyle Furgeson
Faye Brenner Nun
William Cort Bank Co-Worker
Minnie Lindsay Apartment Woman
Said Faraj Cab Driver
Mike Jittlov Dark Spirits
John Hugh Surgeon

Technical Credits
Jerry Zucker Director
Adam Greenberg Cinematographer
Richard Edlund Special Effects
Terry Frazee Special Effects Supervisor
Janet Hirshenson Casting
Industrial Light & Magic Special Effects
Steven Charles Jaffe Executive Producer
Maurice Jarre Score Composer
Jane Jenkins Casting
Howard W. Koch Producer
Mark Mansbridge Art Director
Steve Maslow Sound/Sound Designer
Ruth Morley Costumes/Costume Designer
Walter Murch Editor
Jane Musky Production Designer
Donald Myers Special Effects
Ben Nye Makeup
Bruce Joel Rubin Associate Producer,Screenwriter
Lisa Weinstein Producer
Jeff Wexler Musical Direction/Supervision

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Ghost
1. Opening Credits
2. Unchained Melody
3. Afterlife
4. Willie Lopez
5. Oda Mae Brown
6. Molly In Danger
7. The Art Of Being A Ghost
8. A Gathering Of Ghosts
9. Rita Miller
10. Murderer!!
11. Spooked
12. Convincing Molly
13. Oda Mae Brown Possessed
14. Carl
15. Believe
16. End Credits

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Ghost 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
One of those classics that gets better each time you watch it. One of my favorites. Really good movie.
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One of my very favorite movies.
Guest More than 1 year ago
one of my fave scenes is when she is trying to scam a customer and sam keeps talking to her. Saying stuff like what a crock and finaly whoopi lets out a 'Who is that. Oh and sams rendition of 'I'm henry the eightth i am!' Is great fun. I cried at the end.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Love, Sadness and Humor all tied into one. It taps into all of your emotions. For a good laugh, and a good cry too--watch this very special movie.
-Betty- More than 1 year ago
GHOST: I have always loved this movie as well as the theme music -- now I am happy to own a copy. Who wouldn't enjoy the best of Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, and Whoopi Goldberg, all in the same movie? [Funny AND Sad both -- keep a Kleenex near-by.]
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved Patrick Swayze in this movie! The movie overall was really really great. Whoopi Goldburg and Swayze were sooo good. This movie is funny at parts and sad at parts. It is wonderful!
blearyeyes More than 1 year ago
When I saw the Blue Ray version on the shelf I expected yet another "directors cut" Well this is a re-release of the original theatrical release and that for me is quite good enough. It is a wonderful film with unforgettable performances all around, it looks stunning in its new Blue ray incarnation and I highly recommend it for anyone with a hi end system.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is by far, one of my fave movies along with king kong (the new version), and cinderella man. Whoopi Goldberg is hilarious. And Moore and Swayze are spectacular. Every time i hear unchained melody or see the ending to this movie. i bawl my eyes out!!!
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This is a wonderful and sexy movie
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was truely intresting, spooky, and well performed but patrick, and co-stars. This edge of your seat romance and connection between life and death makes you want to watch it over and over again.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ghost, is without a doubt, one of the finest films of all time. The music, the way evil people die and the way good people die is wonderfully crafted. The scene when Whoopi Goldberg's character hears Sam's voice for the first time is wildly funny. See this movie and you will not have a dry eye in the house at the end of the movie.