Quel fantasma di mio marito
That Ghost of My Husband (Italian: Quel fantasma di mio marito) is a 1950 Italian comedy film directed by Camillo Mastrocinque and starring Walter Chiari, Enzo Biliotti and Jole Fierro. The film's sets were designed by the art director Angelo Zagame. It financed by the Sicilian producer Ferdinando Briguglio who had previously backed Luigi Zampa's Difficult Years. For many years it was considered a lost film before being rediscover in an attic and restored by the Cineteca di Bologna and theNational Museum of Cinema in Turin.