Wishbone Halloween Hound: The Legend of Creepy Collars: Part 1 (1995–1998) Online
"The Legend of Sleepy Hollow' dominates as Halloween comes to Oakdale. Wishbone imagines himself as Ichabod Crane while Joe and his two schoolmates participate in Oakdale's scavenger hunt.
|Episode credited cast:|
|Soccer the Dog||-||Wishbone|
|Larry Brantley||-||Wishbone (voice)|
|Jordan Wall||-||Joe Talbot|
|Christie Abbott||-||Sam Kepler|
|Adam Springfield||-||David Barnes|
|Joe Duffield||-||Damont Jones|
|Mary Chris Wall||-||Ellen Talbot|
|Angee Hughes||-||Wanda Gilmore|
|Julio Cesar Cedillo||-||Travis del Rio (as Julio Cedillo)|
|Mikaila Enriquez||-||Melina Finch|
|Paul English Jr.||-||Marcus Finch|
|Jarrad Kritzstein||-||Jimmy Kidd|
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
|Joe Nemmers||-||Brom Bones|
This episode marks the first episode to feature Oakdale's Sports and Games store owner, Travis Del Rio as well as his niece, Melina Finch and his nephew, Marcus Finch (Melina's brother).
Like "Shining Time Station", this Public Broadcasting Service family-oriented television series began its second season with a Halloween-themed episode.
The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow is nowhere to be seen in this episode, but its cemetery is shown during Wishbone's prologue and epilogue narrations.
It is the only Halloween-themed episode of this entire series. The first season episodes "Frankenbone" (Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein"), "Mixed Breeds" (Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde") and "Pantin' at the Opera" (Gaston Leroux's "The Phantom of the Opera") are set year-round.
Third Collaboration Between Brent Anderson And Joe Nemmers the first was 2 years earlier in Furst Impressions and Dogged Exposed.