Topper (1937) and Topper Takes a Trip (1938)
We watched these back to back on TMC last night. They were both very entertaining. Topper is about a young rich couple that dies but then cannot get into heaven because they have done no good or bad deeds. (Smoking, drinking, and carousing must have not fit into the later in 1937.) They set getting Topper to live life for real as the deed needed to get them in.
The fadeing in and out for the ghost scenes was big for the day. Roland Young that plays Topper did a great job acting like he was interacting with ghosts when they were invisable. Cary Grant was very humorus and Constance Bennett was more so as his dead wife. A very attractive lady in an eligant but playful way.
Topper takes a Trip picked up where the first left off, with Topper's wife wanting to divorce him. Young and Bennett returned for this one, with Grtant being too big a star to play a supporting role. It was very good as well. I would recommend both if you enjoy a good romantic comedy. It was actually refreashing to watch and adult movie without profanity, nudity, or graphic violence.