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The White Whale
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Episode Number Dvd 47
Production Number 68047
Directed By Bill Reed
Written By Bob Forward
Date First Aired 11/11/1986
Animation Company Filmation



The White Whale


CastEdit

Jake Kong Jr.

Eddie Spenser Jr.

Tracy the Gorilla

Ghost Buggy

Jessica Wray

Futura

Captain Ahab

Moby-Dick

Harpoon

Swab

Lookout

Skeleton Fisherman

Outlaw Ghosts

Lord Nubbles

Anthrax

Rich Lady

Monster Ghost Termites

Ghost Command ItemsEdit

Skelevision (moral only)

Equipment UsedEdit

Ghost Dematerializer

Ghost Gummer

Spectre Snare

Ghost Bowling Ball

Ghost Swatter

VehiclesEdit

Time Hopper

Ghost Ship

Space Liner

LocationsEdit

Megopolis

Phantom Prison Planet

Plot Edit

The evil ghost, Harpoon, kidnaps the ghost of Moby Dick in order to capture spaceliners. The Ghostbusters, who were in the future to deal with an infestation of Monster Ghost Termites, head to the rescue, with Eddie, Jake and Tracy in Ghost Buggy going after Harpoon and Jessica and Futura on Time Hopper looking for Captain Ahab, Moby's friend.

Jessica and Futura are captured and imprisoned in the same cave as Ahab. Hopper frees them, but refuses to allow Ahab to join them, as she firmly believes that he is an evil ghost. She is convinced to do so, and they set off after the boys. After Harpoon is defeated and Moby freed, Ahab is pardoned and decides to sail the cosmos with Moby. Hopper apologizes to Ahab for her attitude, and offers to be his friend.

TriviaEdit

  • The timeframe of this episode is never specified. It appears to start in Megopolis, in Futura's time and yet Jessica is making a news report about the defeat of the Monster Ghost Termites. Ahab and Moby-Dick are said to have been together for 600 years, and since they originated around 1850, that would make it circa 2450.
  • The character model for Captain Ahab is drawn wearing gloves on his hands, but his hands are always flesh colored. Despite this you can still see three stripes down the back of his hands, not unlike Mickey Mouse.
  • Pat Fraley voices one of the two Outlaw Ghost, using the same voice and Texas accent he would later use for BraveStarr in the Filmation series of the same name.
  • Moby-Dick makes the sound of a lion roaring. The same sound effects were used in various Filmation productions, most notabely for Battle Cat in He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.
  • There is no transformation sequence in this episode and Ghost Command only appears during the moral segment with Skelevision.
  • Ghost Buggy no longer seems to be infatuated with Time Hopper. Instead he grumbles about her youthful opinions.

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