Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The Ghost Goes Wild is a low-cost but high-rolling farce starring James Ellison and Anne Gwynne. It starts off with Ellison, a young artist, being sued for an unauthorized caricature. To escape arrest, Ellison disguises himself as a mystic, only to conjure up a genuine ghost during a seance. Things come to a head during Ellison's trial, where the invisible ghost takes the witness stand on Our Hero's behalf. The Ghost Goes Wild is a rare venture into wacky comedy by western-oriented Republic Pictures.
artist, court [law], courtroom, disguise, escape, fantasy, ghost, help, hidden, lawsuit, lawyer, masquerade, mysticism, rampage, scheme, seance, spiritualism, testimony, trial [courtroom], witness