Three Live Ghosts

Three Live Ghosts is a 1936 American comedy film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and starring Richard Arlen, Claud Allister and Cecilia Parker.


Three soldiers of the British Army, including an American, are reported killed in action during the First World War. In fact they are being held as prisoners of war by the Germans. After the war they return to London, where they find they are considered officially dead. The stepmother of one has spent all the money she has received in compensation, another is an eccentric aristocratic-type who has lost his memory while the third is an American who has a private detective searching him out.