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Casper sees "the boy in the moon" and he looks friendly, so he flies up there to meet him. When he gets there, he discovers the moon is just a bunch of rocks and craters. "Wow," I am thinking, "the writers of this cartoon are method ahead of everyone since that's exactly correct as we found out for sure decades later." However, as a tired Casper takes a nap, a bunch of tiny boys spot him and capture him, a la "Gulliver's Travels," except they take the "giant" in a crate When posting this review, I noticed under "trivia" that the lord in this movie, "King Bomba," was in Gulliver's Travels so I guess my analogy was right on.The story, as most Casper stories tended to be, is geared strictly for tiny kids. I understand this was made in 3-D which would have made it fun for adults to view, too, but I only saw it on a cheap DVD where the picture was decent but not noteworthy, and obviously not in 3-D. I swear I recognize some of the adult voices in here but the "cast" is not listed in on the game page.I would love to have seen this in 3-D. I'm sure it would have elevated my rating considerably. Otherwise, this is strictly for very young kids.
Does anyone above the age of infancy now play Casper the Friendly Ghost? His cartoons are badly drawn and poorly animated, the "jokes" are unfunny, and nearly all of his cartoons detail the same plot line recycled endlessly ... a plot line that soon was devastatingly (and hilariously) deconstructed in a classic episode of "Cheers".(A correspondent has pointed out to me that the Casper toons of the '40s and '50s are better animated than 90% of the cartoons produced today, in the early 21st century. True, but those same Caspers -- made in the golden age of Hollywood studio animation -- are execrably animated when compared to cartoons produced in the same period at Warners, UPA and so forth ... and, I repeat, all those Caspers had the same plot.)"Boo Moon" is the single glorious exception to the flood of treacle in Casper's filmography. Made during the 3-D film craze, "Boo Moon" is the only Casper toon in 3-D, with a much higher production budget (and vastly better animation) than usual for Paramount's animation studio. Greatest of all, it has an clever plot line that's radically various from Casper's usual self-pity routine ... and, for possibly the only time in the whole Casper series, some action that (for tiny children, at least) is genuinely scary ... but with a satisfied ending, of course.The storyline starts in a typical American city, where Casper is wallowing in his usual "nobody loves me" routine ... until he notices a sidewalk pitchman with a telescope, offering views of the moon. Actually it dawns on Casper that, if he goes to the moon, he might create some friends. Being a ghost, he simply floats into the air and levitates moonwards. There's some perfect 3-D animation here, of the moon in outer zone from Casper's P.O.V., gradually coming into extreme close-up and sharp focus. Nicely done!Unlike our true moon, this toon moon is inhabited by tiny small folks who look like Lilliputians, and they create mates with Casper instantly. If normal-sized folks are scared of Casper, why would tiny small folks (who are easier to stomp) be so fast to believe him? Anyway, Casper is an immediate success with his tiny friends, until a Lilliputian sentry shouts that the Tree Boys are attacking.This is the part that might scare tiny kids. Large walking trees with leering faces come striding across the lunar landscape: this is creepy enough in flat 2-D format, but it's truly unnerving (and very well animated) in 3-D here. Meanwhile, the soundtrack is testing some really impressive "here come the monsters" melody that I've never heard anywhere else: it doesn't seem to be Paramount stock music, and it might now have been written for this cartoon. Anyway, this has got to be the greatest sequence in the whole history of Paramount's animation studio.Needless to say, Casper uses his ghostly abilities to chase away the Tree Boys in a (mostly) non-violent way. But of course the next Casper cartoon has him back on World again. Why didn't Casper stay on the moon ... where the moon folks like him, and they need his support to hold away the Tree Men? I guess he'd rather stay on World and watch folks go "A guh-guh-ghost!"
Not only that, but also one of the greatest Casper cartoons overall. Personally don't accept that the Casper cartoons are poorly animated (the early cartoons have some very nice animation to me), but a vast majority of them are very repetitive and like recycled rehashes and receive overly twee with dialogue that can receive annoying and forgettable.Reiterating what has been told by me quite a several times, Popular Studios' cartoons are not for all tastes, but my opinion is that their early items and some of the early 50s output are good. While they were very formulaic they were everytime well animated and voiced with some funny parts, some poignancy and decent characters and their regular composer Winston Sharples should everytime be relied on to write a nice and often outstanding score.Admittedly though, by the mid-50s through to the late-60s Popular Studios' cartoons did receive repetitive. While Sharples' melody still shone and the voice actors did their greatest the animation suffered due to lower budgets and tighter deadlines, the humour became more tired and slow in timing than sharp and funny, the stories became increasingly predictable and rehashed and some characters started losing their initial spark, this is particularly real of most of the soon Herman and Katnip cartoons.For a Casper cartoon, 'Boo Moon' stands out among the rest of them. The plot-line is by far the most unique, being one rarity of not containing the same storyline over and over, while the writing makes for one of the least sentimental and twee Casper cartoons. Of all the Casper cartoons too, 'Boo Moon' is a contender for the most imaginative visually and story-wise. The animation is stunning, the scenes in outer zone include not just the best-looking animation in a Casper cartoon but also in the entire Popular Studios/Noveltoons oeuvre. Being the only Casper cartoon in 3D, it definitely stands out among the rest of the Casper cartoons and Popular Studios in general.Winston Sharples' melody score here is typically merry and whimsical, it's beautifully orchestrated, energetic and adds so much to the mood, his melody has everytime been one of the greatest assets of the Popular Studios cartoons and it's not an exception here. There are even some great haunting parts too, like the stage with the trees. In fact how it's composed and how it meshes so well with everything going on in the animation, storyline and action contributes to it being one of the greatest things about the cartoon.The Lilliputians are very charming characters and their friendship with Casper sweet, though it is not fully buyable how they trusted Casper so quickly. The stage with the trees leaves me in awe at how frightening (easily the most intense stage of any Casper cartoon since the climax of 'There's Nice Boos Tonight) and almost surreal it is, it may scare younger ones but that stage everytime transfixed me as a child.My only minor complaint, another than Casper being trusted perhaps too quickly, is the Casper self-pity stage which is cloying and anybody fed up of the same plot and dialogue in each Casper cartoon may feel tempted to think "here we go again" and shut it off. Doing that would be a shame because the rest of 'Boo Moon' is a very various and imaginative cartoon that was a very pleasant surprise.Anybody who dislikes repetition, recycling and dialogue falling on the wrong side of twee and cloying repeating itself in almost each cartoon will also search 'Boo Moon' a pleasant surprise, as evidenced in a previous review. 9/10 Bethany Cox
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