"The Simpsons" Treehouse of Horror (TV Episode 1990) Poster

(TV Series)



The only "Treehouse of Horror" to use the tree house motif and is so far one of two "Treehouse of Horrors" that don't use the spooky names. The second is The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XIII (2002).
Very first The Simpsons (1989) episode whose score was composed by Alf Clausen who has scored every episode since then.
The closing theme tune is played on a harpsichord. Originally it was supposed to be a theremin but that particular instrument is unable to hit all the notes in the theme music.
Edgar Allan Poe is listed in the opening credits as a writer as the episode refers to and quotes from his classic poem "The Raven".
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This episode dispenses with the usual opening credits and cuts straight into the action.
Harry Shearer provides the voice of the house in the first segment.

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