Casper & Felix

Casper the friendly Ghost first appeared in 1945, leaving the haunted house to go out and make friends. Meantime, Felix the Cat had become a hugely popular piece of American culture during the 1920s and fepeated that success on a woldwide basis. Includes 'The Friendly Ghost' (1945) 'A Haunting We Will Go' (19490, 'Spooking About africa' (1957), / 'April Maze' (1930) 'Felix the Cat and the Goose That Laid The Golden Egg' (1936) and 'Neptune Nonsence (1936).

Year: 1949
Genre: Animation, Classic Animation
Country: USA
Starring: Casper, Felix
Duration: 46 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Cult (Classic Animation)



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