Casper

Casper
Casper

Year

1995

Duration

96 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Family, Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

When Carrigan Crittenden discovers the haunted house she has inherited may contain hidden treasure she calls in a specialist to exercise the ghosts wreaking havoc on the empty mansion. Moving in with with his daughter, Dr James Harvey sets to work on ridding the house of the ghouls only to discover one of them is not as horrible as they thought. Unlike his ghastly uncles - Stretch, Fatso and Stinkie – who hate humans, Casper is a friendly ghost seeking companionship and someone to help him over to the other side. A popular animation on its release in the 90s, this is a feel-good haunted house comedy with just enough scares.

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Contains mild language, violence and ghost horror.

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