Director - Arthur Lubin (Footsteps in the Fog)
Starring - Don Knotts (The Ghost and Mr. Chicken), Carole Cook (Sixteen Candles), and Jack Weston (The Counterfeit Killer)
Release Date - 1964
Genre - Comedy/Children's
Tagline - "The fantastic exploits of the most daring of our secret
Format - DVD (Personal Collection)
Rating (out of 5):
When I was little my mom was always leaving my Dad forcing me and my little sister to stay with my grandmother a lot of the time while my dad was off working. My dad owned a used car lot and was often traveling to different car auctions. About 3 or 4 times a week we would stay with her till late at night. We would watch different movies with her when Lexx was not on the Sy-Fy channel. One of the movies I remember watching with her was The Incredible Mr. Limpet starring Don Knotts. We watched a lot of movies over the years but this film stuck out to me the most. I am a fan of Knotts and over time I have started collecting his films on DVD. One day while at Big Lots I found this one for $3 and grabbed it. After watching a few shitty horror flicks I decided it was time to switch it up and give it a another viewing.