Y'know, this memory just occurred to me, we had a local station in Chicago which started running the Harveytoons in 1976 in a one-hour timeslot under the title "Casper The Ghost." They used the New Casper Cartoon Show opening and closing, but freeze-framed them before the show title comes on, superimposing their own "Casper The Ghost" title and the station's logo beneath it. Initially, when they started running them, they were in a one-hour timeslot, and I don't know why I remember this, but the very first cartoon they showed was "A Visit From Mars" -- which is also the first cartoon on the DVD set. And from my foggy memories, I seem to recall them starting off with a made-for-TV Casper, a Modern Madcap, maybe another made-for-TV Casper, and then some theatrical Harveytoons -- usually the made-for-TV ones would appear early in the show and the theatricals later. I was gonna say I'm just wondering if these were being shown in their original sequence or whatever -- but now that I'm thinking about it, didn't the original New Casper Cartoon Show start off with a Modern Madcap, then a made-for-TV Casper and then another Modern Madcap? The other oddity is that I have seen prints of the Modern Madcaps with the Paramount logo replaced with a show-specific title card, so it ultimately reads "The New Casper Cartoon Show presents a Modern Madcap" -- yet I have no memory of seeing that title card back then. If you would have asked me I would have said they probably had the usual "Harvey Films" logo, but now I'm not so sure. Apropos of nothing, I guess, but this kind of jogged my memory. The Modern Madcaps aren't on this set anyway, but most of them are on the previous Harveytoons collection.