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An unusual love triangle unfolds in this thriller starring Jane Seymour and Gerald McRaney. A happily married couple moves into an old house, but their happiness is marred when the wife (Seymour) becomes the object of someone else's affection. What's even more troubling is that the new admirer is a ghost -- the lover of the house's former owner.

  1. John Korty

    Director

  2. Michael Berk

    Writer

  3. Douglas Schwartz

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jane Seymour

    Jane Seymour

    Julia Evans

  2. Gerald McRaney

    Gerald McRaney

    Dan Evans

  3. Millie Perkins

    Millie Perkins

    Lois O'Connor

  4. Ruth Nelson

    Ruth Nelson

    Judith Granville

  5. Paul Rosselli

    Jonathan Kane

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The Haunting Passion

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Status Released

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  • January 1, 1983
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 38m

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