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Casper Comes To Clown (1951) - Casper, The Friendly Ghost Theatrical Cartoon Series Casper Comes To Clown

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Famous Studios Mae Questel, Norma Macmillan, Gwen Davies, Cecil Roy Isadore Sparber Winston Sharples, Jerry Livingston, Mack David
  • 1951
  • Famous Studios
  • Paramount Studios
  • Casper, The Friendly Ghost Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Casper, Browny Bear, Ringmaster, Gorilla, Monkey.
  • Vocal Talent: Mae Questel, Norma Macmillan, Gwen Davies, Cecil Roy (Casper).
  • Directed By Isadore Sparber.
  • Animated By Myron Waldman, Gordon Whittier, Larry Silverman.
  • Written By Izzy Klein.

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  • Scenics: Anton Loeb.

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Casper the Friendly Ghost rescues Browny Bear from a swarm of bees and trains him to be a juggling bear. A circus ringmaster spots Browny and grabs him. Casper...  (more)

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One of the best. I loved the song Casper sang when Brownie perfected his juggling. One wonders about the little monkey, though. It's very likely he released the gorilla on purpose. He was thinking that if he did, Brownie would be out of the way, and...  (read more)

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