Christopher Lloyd has joined the cast of the darkly comic feature ‘Nandor Fodor and the Talking Mongoose.’
Currently, in production in Leeds, UK Lloyd joins Simon Pegg who plays Dr Nandor Fodor, a real-life, famed Hungarian-American psychoanalyst, author, journalist and “parapsychologist” who was a leading authority on poltergeists, hauntings and other paranormal phenomena and in the 1930s advanced the theory that such hauntings could be the result of past unresolved mental tensions.
Christopher Lloyd joins Simon Pegg on cast of ‘Nandor Fodor and The Talking Mongoose’ of Dr. Price, an esteemed psychic researcher and author who is also investigating the mysterious talking mongoose named Gef. Minnie Driver also plays Nandor’s assistant Anne as they embark on the journey together.
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The film is based on a true story of Fodor’s pursuit of ‘Gef,’ an allegedly talking mongoose that inhabited the home of a family on the Isle of Man and attracted many ghost hunters, as well as the British tabloids, in the 1930s.
Tim Downie, Ruth Connell, Paul Kaye, Gary Beadle, Drew Moerlein, Jessica Balmer and Edmund Kingsley will also star in the feature. Adam Sigal has written the story and will also direct.
Sasha Yelaun and Dominic Burns are producing alongside Karl Hall under Future Artists Entertainment.