One year after the Davis family defeated the hideous ghost of Mr. Boogedy, the evil spirit returns once again from beyond the grave by haunting the dreams of the Davis children, determined to get his revenge by re-acquiring his magic cloak back as well as seek a new mate for himself in his own hellish afterlife. Can Mr. Boogedy be stopped this time?
Did You Know?
Benjamin Gregory, Kristy Swanson, and John Astin did not reprise their respective roles from the first film, Mr. Boogedy (1986). Benjamin Gregory, by this time, had been cast on the sci-fi sitcom, ALF, and, therefore, was not available. He was replaced by Joshua Rudoy. Kristy Swanson, was busy with other projects, and she was replaced by Tammy Lauren. John Astin, was also busy with other projects, and his character, Neil Witherspoon, was removed altogether, and was replaced by a similar character, Walter Witherspoon, Neil's apparent brother, (although it's never specified) portrayed by the late Leonard Frey. See more
Mr. Witherspoon's first name in this movie is Walter, but in the last movie, it was Neil, and he's also credited as Neil Witherspoon. See more
You tell fortunes with an electric crystal ball?
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References Bride of Frankenstein