Newlyweds Webster and Jackie Frye (James Dunn and Florence Rice) are shocked to find a dead body appear and then disappear in the quaint cottage they’ve rented for their honeymoon, leading them to believe that the place is haunted. But as the police become involved, and the identity of the body is finally revealed, the Fryes begin to realize that they have stumbled smack into the middle of a bumbling gang of criminals.
William Nigh (October 12, 1881 – November 27, 1955) was an American film director, writer, and actor. His film work sometimes lists him as either “Will Nigh” or “William Nye”.
He was born in Berlin, Wisconsin.
His film career began with acting in 17 films in 1913 and 1914; he also directed one of these, Salomy Jane. He acted in 8 more films in the 1910s and two more in the 1920s, but directed a total of 119 films, the last in 1948. His film-writing credits numbered 18, mostly concentrated early in his career.
His films included Mr. Wise Guy, Thunder, Black Dragons, Corregidor, Mr. Wong, Detective, The Mystery of Mr. Wong, Mr. Wong in Chinatown, Lady from Chungking, The Fatal Hour, The Ape, Doomed to Die, Lord Byron of Broadway, and Casey of the Coast Guard.
He died in Burbank, California at the age of 74. —Wikipedia