It was also adapted for television in the 1950s and 1960s and for radio.
The play enjoyed several West End and Broadway revivals in the 1970s and 1980s and was revived again in London in 2004, 20. For some time before 1941 Coward had been thinking of a comedy about ghosts.
It also did well on Broadway later that year, running for 657 performances.
Coward adapted the play for film in 1945, starring Rex Harrison, and directed a musical adaptation, High Spirits, on Broadway in 1964.
Its a film from a "bygone" era so to speak as they really don't make films like these anymore.
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She was writing a play about Keats, and he was still thinking about his ghostly light comedy: We sat on the beach with our backs against the sea wall and discussed my idea exclusively for several hours. By lunchtime the title had emerged together with the names of the characters, and a rough, very rough, outline of the plot.
At seven-thirty the next morning I sat, with the usual nervous palpitations, at my typewriter.