Halloween Hall o' Fame is a television special that first aired on October 30, 1977 as part of The Wonderful World of Disney. The special featured Jonathan Winters as a security guard working late at the Walt Disney Productions studio on Halloween night. He is accompanied by his dog, Peanuts. Winters, bitter about working on Halloween night, stumbles upon the prop room at the studio and begins acting out scenes with various props. Eventually he finds a crystal ball containing a talking pumpkin, Jack O'Lantern (also played by Winters). Jack O'Lantern is hiding out from Halloween because it is no longer scary like it was in "the old days". The dialogue between the security guard and the pumpkin is interspersed with Halloween-related Disney cartoons, that Jack O'Lantern shows the security guard in his crystal ball and which the audience gets to enjoy.
List of cartoons
The second cartoon, "Pluto's Judgement Day", shows Pluto on trial for tormenting cats featuring a jury of felines who instantly proclaim he's guilty. Thankfully, just as he is given the penalty, he wakes up, reveling it all to be a nightmare.
The third cartoon, "Lonesome Ghosts", shows (4 Ghosts) are bored with having nobody around to scare, decide to look in the phone book and call some ghost exterminators to mess around with. Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy arrive, are subject to the ghosts various pranks, and eventually frighten them off when they crash into a mixture of flour and molasses that makes them look like an even more frightening trio of ghosts.
The fourth and final cartoon portrays the story of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", originally released as part of The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad and narrated by Bing Crosby. This cartoon takes up the rest and most of the special.
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