The Real Ghost Busters: Season 3, Episode 8

Halloween II 1/2 (31 Oct. 1987)

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It's Halloween on the streets of New York City - the Junior Ghostbusters favourite time of year. But when goblins release Samhain, the spirit of Halloween, from the containment unit, the ... See full summary »

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It's Halloween on the streets of New York City - the Junior Ghostbusters favourite time of year. But when goblins release Samhain, the spirit of Halloween, from the containment unit, the Firehouse becomes his fortress. The Ghostbusters attempts to stop the powerful spirit are foiled as the kids are captured by Samhain and they must send Slimer in to get them out. Written by Anonymous

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