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Bill Pullman as Dr. James Harvey in the film Casper, 1995.

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Bill Pullman as Dr. James Harvey in the film Casper, 1995.
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Bill Pullman as Dr. James Harvey in the film Casper, 1995.
Bill Pullman as Dr. James Harvey in the film Casper, 1995.
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Bill Pullman as Dr. James Harvey in the film Casper, 1995. Casper is a 1995 American fantasy comedy film directed by Brad Silberling, based on the Harvey Comics and cartoon character Casper the Friendly Ghost by Seymour Reit and Joe Oriolo. The film stars Christina Ricci, Bill Pullman, Cathy Moriarty, Eric Idle, and Amy Brenneman. The film also stars the voices of Malachi Pearson as the titular character as well as Joe Nipote, Joe Alaskey, and Brad Garrett. The film makes extensive use of computer-generated imagery to create the titular character and the other ghosts alongside him. It is much darker in tone in comparison to the cartoons, comics, sequels and spin offs. The film was released in cinemas on May 26, 1995 by Universal Pictures. Casper received mixed reviews from critics and it earned $287.9 million[1] on a $55 million[1] budget. Following the death of her father, gold digger Carrigan Crittenden discovers he has only left her Whipstaff Manor in Friendship, Maine. Carrigan and her attorney Dibs discover a vast treasure allegedly is in the manor, but they find it is haunted by a friendly ghost named Casper and his obnoxious prankster uncles, the Ghostly Trio, who scare the two off the property. A lonely Casper watches a news report of paranormal therapist James Harvey, instantly smitten with his teenage daughter Kat, and inspires Carrigan to summon Dr. Harvey to Whipstaff. Harvey and Kat have an estranged relationship due to the former’s reputation, and searching for the ghost of his late wife Amelia. Moving into Whipstaff, Kat and her father quickly encounter Casper, who tries to befriend them, while his uncles try to scare them out of the house. After befriending Casper over breakfast, Kat goes to school and becomes popular when her class agree to host their Halloween party at Whipstaff upon learning she lives there. Amber, Kat’s classmate, envious of Kat stealing her spotlight, plots with her boyfriend Vic to humiliate Kat during the party. Harvey attempts to have therapy sessions with the Ghostly Trio, who reveal they know Amelia, but when they pull a prank on him, Harvey becomes dispassionate, encouraging the trio to take him out for a night on the town. At a bar, Harvey gets drunk and falls down a manhole. Meanwhile, Kat learns Casper has no memory of his life, and unlocks his old bedroom to remind him. Casper comes across a sled, recalling his father bought it for him, only for Casper to have died of an illness and became a ghost to keep his father company. A newspaper article reveals that Casper’s father built a machine called Lazarus, which could bring the dead back to life. Casper and Kat venture down into the manor’s basement, discovering Lazarus. Carrigan and Dibs sneak in, stealing the formula that powers Lazarus and plot to use the machine to essentially become immortals and commit crimes. However, the two attempt to kill each other as an experiment, Carrigan falling off a cliff to her death and rising as a ghost. She confronts Casper and Kat, launching Dibs out of a window when he tries to double-cross her. Casper tricks her into stating that she has no unfinished business in the afterlife, causing Carrigan to be involuntarily ejected into the afterlife. The alleged treasure is revealed to be Casper’s prized baseball signed by Duke Snider. Harvey and the trio appear, Casper sacrificing his last chance for life to restore Harvey. The Halloween party kicks off upstairs, Amber and Vic’s prank thwarted by the trio. Casper is visited by Amelia’s ghost, who briefly transforms him into a human as a reward for his sacrifice until ten o’clock. Casper dances with Kat, while Amelia speaks with Harvey, revealing that she was so content alive that she had no unfinished business, encouraging him to move on. Amelia departs as the clock chimes ten, Casper transforming back into a ghost and playfully scares off the party guests, leaving him, and the Harveys to dance while the trio play music. William James "Bill" Pullman (born December 17, 1953) is an American actor. He made his film debut in the 1986 film Ruthless People, and has since gone on to star in other films, such as Spaceballs (1987), While You Were Sleeping (1995), Casper (1995), Independence Day (1996) and Lost Highway (1997). He has also appeared regularly on television, usually in films and miniseries, though he also had a starring role in the one-season show 1600 Penn. Pullman was born in Hornell, New York, the son of James Pullman, a physician, and his wife Johanna (née Blaas), a nurse. His father's family descends from England, and his maternal grandparents immigrated from the Netherlands. After graduating from Hornell High School in 1971, he attended the State University of New York at Delhi (SUNY Delhi)[1] and the State University of New York at Oneonta in the 1970s. He eventually received his Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Pullman taught theater at SUNY Delhi[1] and Montana State University's School of Film and Photography, where he was convinced by his students to attempt film.

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