September 4, 2013
It took about 6 months to film this DVD. First, the song Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star was filmed live in Hot Potato Studios in September 2012. Then the rest of the songs such as Pumpkin Face were filmed. The Wiggles also used the I Stamp song they filmed in the United Kingdom in June 2012, in order to let its intro scene introduce it.
- Scary Ghost!
- Little Vampires
- Three Little Pumpkins
- Do the Skeleton Skat
- The Full Moon Melody
- Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
- Hey Billy Bat!
- A Friendly Little Spider
- Zombie Feet
- Furry Wolfman
- I Stamp
- Trick or Treat
- Do the Owl
- I Like Scary Nights
- Howling Wolf
- Mumbles the Monster
- Who Killed Cock Robin?
- Witchy-Woo, Ooh, Ooh, Ooh!
- Pumpkin Face
- The Sound of Halloween
- In "Zombie Feet", The Wiggles are wearing the 2007-2012 shirts and the 2001-2007 pants, except for Emma as she wears a skirt.
- This is the very first Wiggles Halloween video to date.
- The video was first released in the United States on September 3, 2013 titled as "Wiggly Halloween".
- Jeff cameos in "Witchy-Woo, Ooh, Ooh, Ooh!" and "Sound of Halloween" doing a ribbon dance with The Wiggles and Captain Feathersword.
- During the chorus for "Little Vampires", sing-along words are shown.
- Songs from this video were broadcasted on The Wiggles' new TV Series on Sprout.
- Simon plays the brown Fender bass guitar in "Hey Billy Bat!" and "Howling Wolf".
- Anthony's daughter, Maria, sings in "Who Killed Cock Robin?.
- Wiggly Team Crew, Pablo Munoz is seen in "Zombie Feet" where he hands out candy to The Wiggles and Captain Feathersword as zombies and in "the title of the song" where he and the other families are carving out jack-o-lanterns. Caterina Mete's nephew, Anthony Caio, is also seen in "A Friendly Little Spider" in a spider costume.
- In the song "Witchy-Woo, Ooh, Ooh, Ooh!", Caterina Mete is dressed as a witch as she sings the song with Emma while the Pro Wiggly Humans fly around on broomsticks.
- "Sound of Halloween" is a recap song with previous songs from the video playing.
- The ballroom dancing Lachy and Emma did in "Do the Owl" more or less planted the seed of people getting suspicious about them dating.