I get bored, I watch old movies. I never seem to focus on what I should. I sometimes write about them.
Last night, it was The Ghost And Mrs. Muir. I vaguely remember a television show of the same name that aired in the late 1960's which is shortly after when I first aired.
Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison play the title characters. George Sanders also pops round for a bit in the middle. But most compelling of all is a young Natalie Wood as Mrs. Muir's daughter.
Gene rents the seaside house that belonged to Cap'n Harrison who promptly begins to haunt her. Other stuff happens but every time there is a scene near the water you can't take your eyes off of Natalie Wood. Careful Natalie! Not too close to the water!
You know Christopher Walken's in a boat in the distance in at least one of those scenes.
The film was enjoyable but made little sense.