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Casper as usual wants nothing more than to make friends. But of course as a ghost, he frightens everyone. A cow jumps over the moon to avoid him; a skunk sprays him to drive him off. Poor Casper takes a bath  and wrings himself dry, only to soak himself again with his tears. Finally a little fox cub comes close and nuzzles against the  ghost. Casper is surprised, then overjoyed, that the fox isn’t scared of him. Casper calls him Ferdie, and the two rapidly become best friends. But that friendship is in jeopardy when a hunter and his two dogs arrive… Animation by Myron Waldman, Morey Reden and Nick Tafuri. Scenics by Anton Loeb. Story by Bill Turner and Larry Reilly. Music by Winston Sharples. Narrator is Frank Gallop. Produced in 1948.