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A-Haunting We Will Go (1949)

Approved  |   |  Animation, Short  |  13 May 1949 (USA)
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Casper the Friendly Ghost, sad that he can make no friends since everyone he meets is afraid of him, hatches an abandoned egg and becomes the emerging little duck's best friend and protector.

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Casper the Friendly Ghost, sad that he can make no friends since everyone he meets is afraid of him, hatches an abandoned egg and becomes the emerging little duck's best friend and protector.

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Fun Casper Outing.
22 February 2006 | by (Newfoundland, Canada) – See all my reviews

After playing class dunce at Ghost School for being more concerned with making friends than scaring people, Casper continues his search for social acceptance and finally locates a duck, just hatched from its egg, that will accept him for who, or is that what?, he is. Casper takes the young duck under his proverbial wing and the two find happiness together although a hunter looking for a meal of duck sounds proves a most hazardous threat to Casper's newfound friend.

Simplistic, fun and straightforward, this Casper cartoon presents the character exactly as he should be presented: A kind-hearted soul more concerned with making friends and helping those he befriends than scaring others, which he does nevertheless whether he intends it or not. Also I cannot help but love the scenes in the Ghost School, which establishes just why Casper has no ghostly friends, and the delightful exit by the ghostly students as they leave class singing "A Haunting We Will Go".


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