Garfield has one spooktacular adventure on the Eve of All Saints. He fashions himself a pirate costume then takes Odie out trick-or-treating to ensure extra candy. But when attempting to cross a river on a boat, Garfield and Odie end up at a haunted house. Horror and hilarity ensue.Written by
CASTLE THUNDER: Heard multiple times throughout the scene where the old man tells Garfield and Odie about the pirates burying the treasure. See more »
The vertical tooth lines on the skull on the hat Garfield is wearing, sometimes disappear completely. See more »
Odie's so stupid he'd have to stand on a chair to raise his I.Q. He's ugly, too. It would take two of him to get any uglier. He's so ugly, he wouldn't have to wear a mask to go trick or treating on Halloween.
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Lorenzo Music's name is listed twice under "Vocals". See more »
Originally, this TV special was titled "Garfield in Disguise" when first aired, however, it was later re-titled "Garfield's Halloween Adventure" (with a new title card) for subsequent re-airings. See more »
This one I remember back, way back. It's a well written, well animated, excellently voiced Halloween special. Adults can actually watch it for the plot. It has a wonderful mood to it.
Not like the junk we see today, like the stuff that gets computer cranked out.
Unfortunately it never seems to get back on TV. This and Spongebob's Halloween where he dresses up like the Flying Dutchman and Patrick tries to make him scary are classics.
Im not sure if it might scare very young children, it is just good fun. Some kids just more sensitive to these things. In that case you might want to seek out the book, Garfield's Halloween Adventure (Formerly Titled Garfield in Disguise) and read it to them first.
This is one case where the movie is better then the book.
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