Living under the care of his uncles: The Ghostly Trio, Casper has been letting them push him around and making his afterlife miserable by having him do choirs for them while they are scaring “fleshes” for their amusement. Whenever Casper would try to stand up to them, he gets to timid to do so. While they are on vacation in a place called Sunnybrite Resorts, Casper meets with a good little witch girl name Wendy, whom she and her bewitching aunts are on the run from an evil warlock: Desmond Spellman who attempts on destroying her after discovering that she will be a greater witch than him. Like Casper, Wendy is a kind witch who also have her relatives mistreating her. Casper and Wendy have become good friends as they discover that ghosts and witches are each others worst enemies, so they come up with a plan to make their elders pair up to one another. Once Desmond comes into town, he determines to destroy Wendy at once. It is now up to Casper to do what he can to save his friend.
Initial release: September 22, 1998
Film series: Casper film series
Adapted from: Wendy the Good Little Witch, Casper Cast
Director: Sean McNamara,
Writers: Jymn Magon (screenplay), Jymn Magon (story)
Stars: Cathy Moriarty, Shelley Duvall, Teri Garr
Having cleaned up Tombstone, marshal Frame Johnson quits after an attempted lynching, and hopes to settle down on a ranch near Cottonwood with his sweetheart Jeannie. Before he can do so, it looks like he may have to clean up Cottonwood too. But how great a sacrifice will he make for law and order?
Director: Nathan Juran
Writers: W.R. Burnett (novel) (as William R. Burnett), Inez Cocke (adaptation)
Stars: Ronald Reagan, Dorothy Malone, Preston Foster
Elmer is a dimwitted hunter, “wooking for wabbits.” Bugs is clever, smooth-talking character, who confuses Elmer with double-talk and misdirection. Elmer is no match for the wascally wabbit, even when he thinks Bugs is dead.
Director: Tex Avery (as Fred Avery)
Writer: Rich Hogan (story)
Stars: Mel Blanc, Arthur Q. Bryan
Director: David Lean
Writers: Charles Dickens (by), David Lean (adapted for the screen by)
Stars: John Mills, Valerie Hobson, Tony Wager
Director: Delmer Daves
Writers: Elliott Arnold (novel), Albert Maltz (screenplay)
Stars: James Stewart, Jeff Chandler, Debra Paget
Poor Andy, all he wants to do is get to town and continue to woo his girl and ask her hand in marriage. Andrew “Andy” Hardy met his sweetheart Kay Wilson in college, but has since served in the military and is now being discharged. Getting back to Kay may be the hardest thing of them all to accomplish. He arrives in town alright, but things start to go awry from there. Question is, will he succeed?
Release Date: 16 January 1947 (USA)
Director: Willis Goldbeck
Writers: Harry Ruskin (screenplay), William Ludwig (screenplay)
Stars: Mickey Rooney, Lewis Stone, Sara Haden
A simple stagecoach trip is complicated by the fact that Geronimo is on the warpath in the area. The passengers on the coach include a drunken doctor, two women, a bank manager who has taken off with his client’s money, and the famous Ringo Kid, among others.
Director: John Ford
Writers: Ernest Haycox (original story), Dudley Nichols (screen play)
Stars: John Wayne, Claire Trevor, Andy Devine
The Little Orphan Annie radio program, which began in 1931, was the first newspaper comic strip to make the leap to nationwide radio, and the first radio program aimed at children. Each episode was broadcast twice, once from Chicago for the Eastern half of the United States featuring Shirley Bell as Annie, and also from San Francisco for the West Coast radio stations featuring Floy Margaret Hughes as Annie.