When Fruit-O-Ween rolls around, everyone has a costume ready...including a well-disguised Vampire Fruit Bat with a thirst for juice! Fruit-O-Ween means more than candy and costumes - it ... See full summary »

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Dane Boedigheimer ...
Orange (voice)
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Nerville (voice)
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Yves Bole ...
Pineapple (voice)
Kevin Brueck ...
Grandpa Lemon (voice)
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Ginger Root (voice)
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Passion Fruit (voice)
Bobby Jennings ...
Grapefruit (voice)
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Apple (voice)
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When Fruit-O-Ween rolls around, everyone has a costume ready...including a well-disguised Vampire Fruit Bat with a thirst for juice! Fruit-O-Ween means more than candy and costumes - it also means that Orange tries to teach his fruit friends about the importance of acceptance when they balk at his new Rainbow Fairy friend. Of course, that lesson is harder to teach when it turns out your pal is a vampire fruit bat in disguise. Written by Shannon Jones

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Orange Theme Song
Written by Dane Boedigheimer, DJ Monopoli and Sabrina Abu-Obeid
"Orange Theme Song" Performed by Terabrite
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