Vero asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 1 decade ago

When did casper die??????????????????????????

not how he died... when he died

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    Given that Casper is depicted as a ghostly little boy, it is a source of controversy by fans of the series in regards to the question of whether or not he is, in fact, a dead child. Early Casper cartoons seemed to suggest this, as they portrayed him "living" beside a gravestone. Specifically, the short There's Good Boos To-Night featured Ferdie, a fox befriended by Casper coming back from the dead as a ghost. Casper's death (as well as the reason why he became friendly) has become disputed since then.

    This somewhat macabre premise was later abandoned in favor of the idea that ghosts were merely a type of creature, similar to ghouls, goblins, etc. He was thereafter portrayed with feet and shown to have ghostly parents. In the 1960s and 1970s, the stock answer provided by Harvey Comics in response to those wondering how Casper died was that he was a ghost simply because his parents were already ghosts when they were married.

    The 1995 feature film Casper, however, revived the notion that Casper was a deceased human and provided a brief account of his death. According to the film, Casper was left out to play in the snow and forgotten by his father, dying of pneumonia. The first direct-to-video film to follow the feature, Casper: A Spirited Beginning, showed Casper's early days as a ghost, not showing how he died and ignoring the story provided in the previous film.

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  • casper the ghost O_o

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    He have been given a sled and rode all of it day, he then misplaced music of time and have been given pnemonia from staying interior the snow see you later and died. As for why hes so friendly, in all likelihood because of the fact he grew up a great individual and would not like his uncles habit.

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