This is the first ever film appearance of Casper the Ghost! The Friendly Ghost is a benevolent cartoon from the nineteen forties staring the nicest ghost that ever lived: Casper. Casper is lonely and wants to make friends, but kids are afraid of ghosts and he’s rejected by many children. But eventually Casper can find happiness with understanding youngsters. This story would become the prototypical Casper tale; it’s a fun, family story that has proved timeless.
A FRIENDLY GHOST..................LOL
*******StanMedley**** Stan Medley Presents Noveltoon: Casper The Friendly Ghost in There's Good Boos Tonight (1948)Casper makes friends with a little fox. Animation by Myron Waldman, Morey Reden and Nick Tafuri. Scenics by Anto Loeb. Story by Bill Turner and Larry Reilly. Music by Winston Sharples. Narrator is Frank Gallop. Produced in 1948.
Classic Casper The Friendly Ghost cartoon.
A little girl's father plays a game of hide and seek with her. Little does he know that her imaginary friend wants to play too.
A father plays hide and go seek with his daughter. The situation becomes horrifying when he sees his daughters "imaginary friend" in the corner, seemingly attempting to play along.
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Chris Hegedus on his two biggest fears.
This is the strange face that I've never seen before!
We are all driven by money.
Yet, what if you had to get rid of it in order to be let alone by an uncanny and haunting figure?
How would you do it if you were not allowed to donate it to a deserving poor person?
Funny lar this guy. Turned a cup into a torchlight, 007's gun, a ring and etc...
written by ufuk gacipa and peter schwarz
The friendly Ghost...This is a realy cool ass car.
Old York Cemetery - York Village, MaineA friendly ghost makes this cemetery her home. Mary Miller Jason, a white witch, would help sick people by prescribing herbs and exorcising neighbor's homes in her life. She died in 1774 and sightings of her have been occurring ever since. Children have also told stories of a good invisible woman that pushes them on the swings of the playground across the street.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Baby Huey
Publisher Harvey Comics
Created by Martin Taras
Full name Baby Huey
Baby Huey was a gigantic and naïve duckling cartoon character. He was created by Martin Taras for Paramount Pictures' Famous Studios, and became a Paramount cartoon star during the 1950s. Although created by Famous for its animated cartoons, Huey first appeared in comic-book form in an origin story in Casper the Friendly Ghost #1 September 1949, as published by St. John Publications.
Baby Huey was a gigantic and naive duckling cartoon character. He was created by Martin Taras for Paramount Pictures' Famous Studios, and became a Paramount cartoon star during the 1950s. Although created by Famous for its animated cartoons, Huey first appeared in comic-book form in an origin story in Casper the Friendly Ghost #1 September 1949, as published by St. John Publications.