In the first of the series, Raymond introduces Loletta Lee and Bonnie Law to the screen. They and a few of their friends (Lam San-san the bespectacled one and Sara Lee in a small role) go camping, but when it begins raining they find shelter in a nearby temple. Inside is residing the un-reincarnated ghost of a Ching scholar who committed suicide long ago. Bonnie unthinkingly brings back the rope that he used to kill himself with and it turns out his spirit has been captured in this rope. Raymond jumps out of the rope and after initially scaring Bonnie they become the best of friends.
It turns out that having a friendly ghost can be very useful at her all-girls Catholic school. He helps Bonnie at a track event by sabotaging her main competitor and by carrying her shot put a long ways and then carries Bonnie herself in the long jump. Once Bonnie introduces Raymond to her buddies Loletta and Lam San-san all four of them have a great time together. Their prime target of fun is the head nun – Teresa Carpio – who is intent on enforcing all the very strict rules of the Catholic all-girls school – low hemlines and no fraternizing too closely with the boys from another school.
Towards the end of the film, it turns more serious – Loletta gets pregnant, the pressure of succeeding in exams makes one of the girls get caught cheating with the accompanying shame and the nuns finally get wise to having a ghost in the school. With a strong knock on religious intolerance, the story has the nuns attempting to destroy Raymond’s spirit by exorcising the rope, while the girls attempt to save him and allow him to reincarnate.
Much of the story is on par with the Haley Mills/ Gidget films of the 60’s – innocent fun with a large sprinkling of goofy humor and enjoyable performances from the girls. It tends to be more sweet than funny.Source: http://www.brns.com/pages4/comed109.html
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