Lonesome Ghosts


Animation / Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 65%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 2427

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Billy Bletcher as Short Ghost
Walt Disney as Mickey Mouse
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80.76 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
12 hr 8 min
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149.84 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
12 hr 8 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by utgard14 8 / 10

"I know you! You're a ghost!"

Wonderful Disney short starring Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and Donald Duck as ghost hunters (decades before the idea became so commonplace in popular culture). The trio are hired to rid a haunted house of its spirits. The funny thing is the spirits are the ones doing the hiring, because they're bored and want some people to scare. Terrific voice work from Clarence Nash, Pinto Colvig, Billy Bletcher, and Walt Disney himself. The animation is gorgeous with rich colors and well-drawn characters and backgrounds. The music is whimsical and quirky. It's a really fun cartoon from start to finish. Even if you aren't a big fan of these characters and their usual exploits, this one should please you. One of the all-time great Halloween cartoons. A real classic. Goofy's line "I ain't scared of no ghosts!" predates the famous similar line from Ray Parker's Ghostbusters song by almost half a century.

Reviewed by Matt-293 9 / 10

Peak Disney

Fast paced Disney short has Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy as "ghost exterminators" who get called to an old house by the prank-playing ghosts themselves. The animation and Technicolor is terrific, as usual, and the storyline allows the trio to get scared in all sorts of creative ways. This was made when the familiar Disney characters' personalities were at their peaks: Mickey is the resourceful group leader (and not the bland goody-goody he would become later on), Donald is the short-tempered one, and Goofy is the well-meaning dunce. Even the ghosts have spunk and verve - a winner!

Reviewed by Foreverisacastironmess123 10 / 10

No, it's more like Lovable Ghosts!

Alrighty, now this here is just one of those timelessly magical and special Disney shorts that generally everybody always loves, and with very good reason, it is brilliant! The gorgeously rich animation of it - just look at the incredible detail that's been poured into that snow-covered haunted house, it's beautiful! The tremendously fun chemistry between the three Disney legends is especially strong and helps to make this great and one of my favourites, second only to "Mickey and the Beanstalk." And last, but absolutely not the least is the bumbling quartet of adorable ghosts who really make this short, and who between them create a manic atmosphere that's spooky, but fun spooky as all they wanna do is have a good time! Their red Rudolph-like noses are so festive and cheerful! They can create a little tidal wave in my house any day! I love the impressive transparent effect of the phantom's animation as well as their strange echoing voices which I didn't have any problems understanding. They're certainly a lot more cuddly than the rattling ghouls from "The Skeleton Dance", which has got to be the ultimate Gothic cartoon. And although I thought Skeleton Dance was a great animation I also found it to be a little too grim and Somewhat disturbing. In my opinion it was too dark for its own good and didn't have any sense of fun and lightness to it, and I don't think some people liked that, but it was how I felt about it, and you've always got to be honest when you do these things, so... Sorry, went a bit off topic there! Anyway this beauty's a whole other story. This short manages to create some very interesting and distinctive sight gags in regard to the ghost's abilities to appear and disappear, and go straight through walls and such, I especially like the gag where they all march and play the tune of the Revolutionary War! The ghosts are not the brightest bunch, and the ending is pretty illogical considering what they are, but it sure makes for one hilarious and highly memorable scene! Such a fun classic little masterpiece, marvelous, absolutely marvelous.

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