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10 Childhood Halloween Specials No Longer on TV

The Halloween Tree

Based on the Ray Bradbury novel of the same name, The Halloween Tree finds four friends chasing after their friend Pip's spirit, in an attempt to prevent his death while his body lay in the hospital. As you can tell, this cartoon was a bit dark for children looking to get into the candy-collecting mood. But it was still a great Halloween movie.

With Bradbury as narrator and Leonard Nimoy as the spirit dealer Mr. Moundshroud, The Halloween Tree takes the four friends on a time-traveling journey into the past to the learn the history of witches, skeletons, mummies and monsters, leading them to make an important decision about the future of their friend's life.

Where to watch it: MySpace

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