|Ghosts of Rome|
|Directed by||Antonio Pietrangeli|
|Written by||Sergio Amidei|
|Based on||idea by Sergio Amidei|
story by Ennio Flaiano
|Produced by||Franco Cristaldi|
|Edited by||Eraldo Da Roma|
|Music by||Nino Rota|
|Distributed by||Gala (UK)|
Count di Roviano refuses to sell his palace to a developer, despite having no money. He lives with ghosts: Ronaldo, a lady's man, Bartholomew, a friar, Flora, who died with love, and a five year old boy.
The Count is blown up by his water heater and joins the ghosts. His nephew Fredeico inherits the castle and moves in with his girlfriend Eileen, intending to sell it. The ghosts call in an artist friend, Caprra, and try to get him to finish a painting so the castle is declared a national monument.
- Marcello Mastroianni - Reginaldo / Federico di Roviano / Gino
- Vittorio Gassman - Caparra, pittore del '600, rivale del Caravaggio
- Belinda Lee - Eileen
- Sandra Milo - Donna Flora
- Eduardo De Filippo - Don Annibale, Principe di Roviano
- Claudio Gora - Ing. Telladi
- Tino Buazzelli - Father Bartolomeo
- Franca Marzi - Nella
- Ida Galli - Carla
- Lilla Brignone - Regina
- Claudio Catania - Poldino
- Michele Riccardini - Antonio, tailor and doorman
- Enzo Cerusico - Admirer
- Nadia Marlowa
- Luciana Gilli - Girl in the park (as Gloria Gilli)
- Enzo Maggio - Fricandò
- Graziella Galvani - Mathematics teacher
The Monthly Film Bulletin called it an "inoffensive comedy has a theme too slight and too lacking to be anything other than tedious when treated at such length."
- "NY Times: Ghosts of Rome". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. Baseline & All Movie Guide. 2012. Archived from the original on 20 October 2012. Retrieved 22 March 2009.
- Beauty and the beast Grant, Elspeth. The Tatler and Bystander; London Vol. 253, Iss. 3289, (Sep 9, 1964): 511.
- The Goddess. (Academy Cinema Club, 'A' certificatr.)-Phantom Lovers. (Continentale, 'A' certificate) (Book Review) QUIGLY, ISABEL. The Spectator; London Vol. 213, Iss. 7106, (Sep 4, 1964): 312.
- PHANTOM LOVERS "(Fantasmi a Roma)" Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 31, Iss. 360, (Jan 1, 1964): 148.
- Review of film at Sight and Sound
- Vagg, Stephen (7 September 2020). "A Tale of Two Blondes: Diana Dors and Belinda Lee". Filmink.