A Night in Terror Tower is the sixteenth and seventeenth episodes of Season 1 of the Goosebumps TV series. The episodes aired on Fox Network on February 25, 1996. The episodes were based on the Goosebumps book of the same name. It was directed by William Fruet.
- R.L. Stine as Himself / Host
- Kathryn Short as Sue
- Corey Sevier as Eddie
- Robert Collins as Lord High Executioner
- Diego Matamoros as Morgred
- Peter Messaline as Mr. Starkes
- Les Porter as Hotel Clerk
- Michael Polley as Cab Driver
- Robert Latimer Cornell a.k.a. Robert Latimer as Maitre d'
- Robert Buck as Security Guard
- Frank Nakashima as Japanese Man
- Michael Woods as Reading Guard
- Ann Holloway as Peasant Woman
- Bathsheba Garnett as Old Crone
- Arnie Hardt as German Man
- Deborah Lobban as Elderly Woman
- Jayne Eastwood as Woman in Line
- Daniel Levinson as Waiter
- J. Craig Sandy as Guard
- Shirley Josephs as Haggard Woman
- Jared Wall as Medieval Boy
- Sophie Bennett as Medieval Girl
Differences from the Book
- The television episode is mostly faithful to the original story, save for an alteration at the climax; the Lord High Executioner still possesses Morgred's three white stones at the end of the episode, and Eddie pickpockets them from him a second time (instead of Morgred), allowing Morgred to save all three of their lives. In the book, Morgred would have been spared for refusing to send the children again and apparently just never considered sending himself as well. Additionally, in the twist, it is shown that the Executioner managed to sieze back one of Morgred's stones, allowing himself to return to the present.
- The original premiere of the episode and its VHS release include R.L. Stine as the episode's host.
- Kathryn Short (Sue) played Sabrina in the series premiere, The Haunted Mask, and its sequel, The Haunted Mask II.
- Corey Sevier (Eddie) played Ryan in Season 4's Cry of the Cat.
- Diego Matamoros (Morgred) played the voice of the shadow figure in Season 4's The Ghost Next Door.
- The closing credits for the second television episode had a very fitting medieval version of the theme. However, they were exclusive to this television episode and were not featured on the previous one.