I drew Ferdie yestereve, so why not continue drawing 'Casper' characters? After all, I've gone through a few Octobers now without drawing a single one, so... I gotta make up for that. :3
This is Hairy Scary from Hanna-Barbera's 'Casper and the Angels' (CatA) series, as well as from a couple of holiday specials (Casper's First Christmas and Casper's Halloween Special).
Hairy Scary is a jerk, but generally good---his role is that of comic relief. :p
CatA is a bit hard to describe, but it's effectively a spoof of 'Charlie's Angles': a live-action detective drama that was popular at the time (late 1970's). The 'Angels' of CatA were Mini and Maxi: two female space police officers who (somehow/-why) have 'guardian ghosts', namely Casper and (of course) Hairy Scary.
Oh, yeah, I forget to mention CatA takes place in outer space ...which in CatA's universe is filled with breathable air (I guess it's the same 'space' occupied by the Jetsons).
This is an early 20th-century 'Dixon's Best' pencil. Pencils from the 'Best' line were colored, with this particular specimen being white. The vintage of this pencil is narrowed down by the presence of the crucible logo (the cup-looking thing). Again, pencils bearing this logo would date no later than the early 1900's, albeit I don't have any precise timelines. Being that the core of this pencil is round, the featured pencil would be a later 'crucible' model. Additionally, colored pencils made for art (as this one would be) became widespread in the 1920's. With those facts in mind, I'd say this pencil dates somewhere between 1925 and the mid/late 1930's (most likely from the 1930's). :3