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Goosebumps (TV Series 1995–1998) Poster

(1995–1998)

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The hooded man with the briefcase in the opening sequence is writer R.L. Stine in a cameo.
Originally, this show made up its own rating known as "GB-7", because, as they said, it may be too spooky for children under seven. This lasted until the TV rating system began in 1996, and from then on, it was officially given a "TV-Y7" rating.
CASTLE THUNDER: Heard frequently in stormy weather scenes, such as "Vampire Breath".
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Some of the two-part episodes are edited into one episode for the Region 1 DVD releases removing the opening credits, the previous footage and credits overlays for the beginning of the episodes.
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Michelle Risi who played Becca in Teacher's Pet (#3.22) passed away on April 12th 1997 from Meningitis at the age of 15. Right before the closing credits, at the end of (#3.22) a caption appears on the screen: "In loving memory of Michelle Risi".
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A stage play was adapted entitled the 'Goosebumps HorrorLand Fright Show' which was a horror magic show with characters from the Goosebumps TV episodes and books. It was written and directed by Rupert Holmes. It was at Disney MGM Studios in 1998.
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Attack of the Mutant was shot in Toronto ON. Canada. The Skydome and CN Tower can be seen behind the Masked Mutant's lair.
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