Bride of Boogedy

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Bride of Boogedy
Bride of Boogedy FilmPoster.jpeg
Genre Adventure
Written by Michael Janover
Directed by Oz Scott[1]
Starring Richard Masur
Mimi Kennedy
Tammy Lauren
David Faustino
Music by John Addison
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Michael Janover
Oz Scott
Carey Melcher (associate producer)
Cinematography King Baggot
Editor(s) Duane Hartzell
Running time 100 minutes
Production company(s) Michael Janover-Oz Scott Productions
Walt Disney Television
Distributor ABC
Original network ABC
Original release
  • April 12, 1987 (1987-04-12)

Bride of Boogedy is a 1987 family film, directed by Oz Scott[1] and written by Michael Janover, which originally aired as an episode of "The Disney Sunday Movie."[2]

It tells the continuing story of the Davis family and their encounters with an evil 300-year-old ghost in the fictional New England town of Lucifer Falls. The film is a sequel to Mr. Boogedy,[2] which aired in 1986.


The movie begins about a year after the events of the first story. The Davis family has fit in very well with the townspeople of Lucifer Falls. Almost all of them, a grumpy general store owner Tom Lynch (played by Eugene Levy) has a great disdain for Carlton and the growing popularity he's gained among the townspeople. But that is the least of their worries, as the children Jennifer and two younger sons Corwin and Aurie begin to sense that Mr. Boogedy may return for revenge. Though both parents shrug off the idea, even after getting a warning from a fortune teller Madeleinska (played by Karen Kondazain). To put an end to their children's beliefs, Carlton and Eloise use their faux seance both to prove that Boogedy is gone. However, the two unwittingly awake his spirit while Carlton impersonates him; which may have been helped when Lynch almost tried to take out their store's power.



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