Parents can introduce children to the spirit of the season with Barney's Halloween Party. Barney uses his usual squeaky-clean energy to infuse fall with a wholesome air. Fourteen songs are included in Barney's celebration and all are designed to stick in the brain. In lieu of haunted houses and ghoulish masks, the Barney team have fun with pumpkin carving and paper-bag owls, while spiders and pi atas serve as substitutes for trick or treating. In a side story, BJ and Baby Bop try their hand at door-to-door begging, but end up regretting the whole thing. Overall, Barney gets down with his fellow costumed guests and teaches viewers the value of old-fashioned fun. ~ Sarah Ing, Rovi
About the Actor
Pumpkin Season was written and illustrated by Michael Orlando. Michael is a motion picture visual effects and computer animation artist. He has worked for Walt Disney Feature Animation, George Lucas' Industrial Light & Magic, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Warner Brothers, and Paramount. Some of his screen credits and recent films include: Pumpkin Season, Star Wars Episode II, Men In Black II, The Mummy Returns, Time Machine, Minority Report, Dinosaur, Starship Troopers, and Space Jam.
Michael is currently directing the fully animated version of Pumpkin Season. Release date is unknown.