Alvin and the Chipmunks
Main Series (1983-1987)
Series and Associated Special Episodes (1981-2000)
Type: Animated, musical comedy
Source: The National Broadcasting Company
Premise: Three human like chipmunks are adopted by musician David Seville and become child singing stars.
Parental Guide: The Chipmunks contain little to no objectionable material and often contain moral lessons. “Alvin and the Chipmunks” is appropriate for all age groups.
This list will feature both actual Halloween episodes designed around the holiday and episodes that had a Halloween feel to them.
“Unidentified Flying Chipmunk” (10/22/83)
When Alvin convinced Theodore to dress like an alien as a publicity stunt, it draws out U.F.O. investigators who believe Theodore is a real alien.
“The Incredible Shrinking Dave” (11/05/83)
In this spoof of the 1957 film, “The Incredible Shrinking Man”, Dave begins shrinking.
“Who Ghost There?” (09/21/85)
During a blackout while the Chipmunks are home alone, the trio becomes convinced their house is haunted.
“My Pharaoh Lady” (09/19/87)
Brittany makes an unusual bet with another class mate that the mummy of king Rooten Tooten would rise from the grave and come visit her.
“Nightmare on Seville Street” (09/16/89)
The boys disobey Dave and watch a horror movie which causes them to stay afraid all night afterward.
In this parody of “King Kong”, Alvin plays a Broadway producer trying to capture a gigantic ape and bring him back as an attraction on stage.
“S.T. the Space Traveler” (10/27/90)
The boys have to hide an alien from a group of scientists that want to experiment on him in this parody of “E.T.”
The Chipmunks must stop a pack of gremlins that originated from Italy in this homage to “Gremlins.”
“Trick or Treason” (10/28/94)
Alvin wants to join a gang known for playing pranks on Halloween, but has second thoughts when they target a little boy that suffers from a facial deformity.
“Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein” (1999)
The Chipmunks discover that Dr. Frankenstein and his creation are both real people and are hiding out at a movie studio theme park.
“Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman” (2000)
Alvin becomes convinced that their new neighbor is a werewolf while Theodore begins exhibiting frightening symptoms after being bitten by a dog.