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A ghost in ‘Three Men And A Baby’ movie?

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Eldorado

Leonard Nimoy’s treasured 1987 comedy stars Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson as three bachelors who end up looking after a baby left on their doorstep.

Amid the hijinks and paternal lessons of having a child around, one scene sticks out for a very different reason – the ghostly appearance of a little boy who was apparently murdered and haunted the production.

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‘You won’t spot it on first viewing, but if you slow the shot down and look again, you can make out what appears to be a rifle and then a boy with a blank look on his face, peering at the actors from behind the curtains.’

UniLad UK

 

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diddyman68

I thought this got debunked years ago.....cardboard cutout.

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16 minutes ago, diddyman68 said:

I thought this got debunked years ago.....cardboard cutout.

I was going to say it looks like a cardboard cutout.

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zep73

Next up in Mystery Goofs:
 

Darwin recanted evolution at his deathbed.

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Glass is really a liquid.

 

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28 minutes ago, diddyman68 said:

I thought this got debunked years ago.....cardboard cutout.

Many many years ago!

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moonman

This again? I've known this was a cardboard cutout for something like 20 years now. It's Ted Danson in a tuxedo.

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