Casper, the Friendly Ghost, who has a hard time making a friend, is in search of a friend and comes upon a young boy reading about Aladdin and his magic lamp. Casper decides he can make a ... See full summary »
Through the use of a Time Machine, Casper the Friendly Ghost gets transported back in time, In the stone-age, Casper frightens cave-men and women. Robert Fulton's steamboat makes a ... See full summary »
Casper, the Friendly Ghost, travels south of the border down Mexico way. He comes upon a baby bull, who is attempting to imitate his father, a hero of the bull-ring. Casper trains the calf ... See full summary »
Casper the Friendly Ghost goes to Ireland, where he meets Billy, a young boy whose widowed mother is about to be evicted my a miserly landlord. Billy thinks Casper is a leprechaun and ... See full summary »
Caasper, the Friendly Ghost, attends the circus and frightens the performers. He then encounters a Laughing Hyena that is unable to laugh. Casper, determined to make the hyena laugh, tries ... See full summary »
Be Friendly to Casper -- He will be voting in the New York City Elections
How many Casper the Friendly Ghost cartoons are there? One, really, since they all have exactly the same plot: Casper shows up, the adults are terrified, but the children don't know to be frightened. Eventually Casper saves someone's life and the adults decide they like him.
Here it's Indians. There are some lovely cartoon drawings of Noble Savages. But as with just about all the cartoons from Famous Studios -- which is what became of Fleischer after the brothers couldn't deal with each other anymore and Paramount repossessed the studio -- there's very little in the way of writing. These cartoons were made for the kiddies and, except for a sense of nostalgia and some technical artwork issues, have almost no value for adults. Give them all a miss.
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