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Music director  Winston Sharples
Country  United States
6.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Animation, Family, Comedy
Initial release  January 1, 1954
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Language  English
Boo Moon movie poster
Director  Izzy Sparber Seymour Kneitel
Writer  Isadore Klein (story)
Directors  Isadore Sparber, Seymour Kneitel
Producers  Isadore Sparber, Seymour Kneitel
Cast  Cecil Roy (Casper), Jackson Beck (King Luna/Moon People), Jack Mercer (Moon People), Allen Swift (Lookout)
Similar movies  Seymour Kneitel directed Boo Moon and Gullivers Travels

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Boo Moon is a theatrical cartoon short released on New Year's Day 1954 in 3D format as a Stereotoon. It was produced by Famous Studios for the Casper the Friendly Ghost series and distributed by Paramount Pictures.

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Boo Moon movie scenes

Plot

Casper emerges from a subway station, following a crowd of scared strangers. He encounters a man saying "see the wonders of the moon for ten cents," and offering a sight through a telescope. Casper scares the man away, then uses the telescope to see the moon. He then flies to the moon for a visit. Casper lands on the moon, disappointed to find no man on the moon. He lies down to nap, then tiny moon men emerge from holes. They capture Casper, lock him in a cage, and tow him to King Luna. The King addresses Casper as a monster and treats him as an enemy. Casper playfully picks him up, only to be placed in the royal dungeon. Then, tree monsters attack. The Moon Men defend their fortified city with flaming missiles. The tree monsters fight back with water, then break through the town walls. Casper escapes his cage, and helps the Moon Men by going underground and tying the trees' root feet together so they can't attack. After the Moon Men win the battle, King Luna knights Casper for the valiant defense of his people.

Trivia

This is the second Paramount cartoon released in 3D format. The first one was Popeye, the Ace of Space released on 2 October 1953 in the Popeye the Sailor series. The 2-D print of Boo Moon was released on March 5, 1954.

References

Boo Moon Wikipedia
Boo Moon IMDb Boo Moon themoviedb.org


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