Ghost Dad

1990 83 Mins Audio: English Maturity Rating 7+
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Watch or Download Ghost Dad 1990. Director Sidney Poitier, Cast Bill Cosby, Kimberly Russell, Denise Nicholas,

A widower with three children is working on a business deal to get his family out of financial straits when he is killed in a taxi accident. With the aid of a paranormal researcher, he attempts to complete the deal from the beyond, ensuring his family will be taken care of. Movie Ghost Dad

Comedy, Family, Fantasy,

loss of loved one, parent child relationship, daughter,

Ghost Dad Parent guide

Sex & Nudity
Sex & Nudity Reason
Elliot's first wife dies and he develops a relationship with his next door neighbor. It is implied that they have slept together. She solicits him in her bedroom and he says, "I can't". Little kids won't understand this, but teenagers will. She asks, "why are you falling through the bed?" and "Why are you having trouble with intimacy"

Violence & Gore
Violence & Gore Reason
For a couple of seconds, Bill Cosby holds Dana Ashbrook in a stranglehold. The cab driver's displays wild, irratic behavior that may be disturbing to sensitive individuals. The cab breaks through a bridge, falls several dozen feet into a river.

Profanity Reason
Use of the sh** word during the cab scene God is used three times, or more. "Jesus Christ" is uttered. The word crappy is used.

Frightening & Intense Scenes
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
The ghost flies through doors and walls. The ghost's head pops in and out of walls. The ghost shows suffering and pain, and appears to be losing the life of the soul itself as it bleeps in and out of reception. The ghost's body is shown in ICU with an ashen haze. The ghost is shown re-entering his body. The ghost's daughter dies. Her spirit flies through the hospital, and her head pops in and out of walls. The ghost's daughter is shown to re-enter her body. The cab driver is a wild man and some of his actions can be disturbing to younger children.

Universal Pictures, SAH Productions,

United States of America,




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