Carnival of Sinners (1943) Man jokingly sells his soul only to discover the devil is real and keeps receipts. Moves nicely between light-hearted and serious. TIL: It's said Satan has two lies. Before we sin, he says it's no big deal; after we’ve sinned, he tells us it's hopeless.
Sylvia and the Ghost (1946) Wistful kindhearted comedy has a father hiring three men to play the spirit his daughter's in love with, much to the chagrin of the real spook. TIL: Pope Leo XIII said if you want to learn to love the Holy Spirit, start out by talking to him every day.
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