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Fright From Wrong (1956) - Casper, The Friendly Ghost Theatrical Cartoon Series Fright From Wrong

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Evil Casper 8 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: Anonymous Cartoon Lover, December 05, 2010

I thought this cartoon was quite revealing. Who would ever think that sweet innocent Casper could be so fiendish after being forced to take "mean pills" by his uncles The Ghostly Trio. The methods Casper uses against the trio are pretty severe and a bit chilling. Just the sight of Casper transformed into a red skinned, green eyed, horned and tailed demon with a sinister grin and fiendish laugh is disturbing enough. But the to watch him set fire to one, iron another into a glider then chop off the head of another is just so evil. He then continues his torture by sucking all three into a vacuum cleaner, dumping them into a washing machine then covering them with glue and feathers as he laughs like a maniac. He then sets a lawn mower after the glued o the floor ghosts. The ghosts manage to free themselves and flee the house staying just ahead of the mower. Casper then changes back to his pre demonic appearence and explains that he was only faking to have taken the mean pills to teach the ghostly trio a lesson. The big question is how could Casper have even thought of the horrific totures he used? One would have to assume that inside that gentle exterior beats the heart of a real demon.
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