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Night Of The Living Sled was a series (film) shown at the Lighthouse in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011. Night of the Living Sled was first shown at the Lighthouse during the Halloween Party 2007 then at the Dance Lounge at Halloween Party 2008 then at the Coffee Shop at the Halloween Party 2009, Halloween Party 2010, and Halloween Party 2011. It also has a sequel, Night Of The Living Sled 2. This was shown at the Lighthouse at the Halloween Party 2008 and at the Dance Lounge at the Halloween Party 2009, Halloween Party 2010, and Halloween Party 2011. The Lighthouse was turned into a cinema, where Penguins could grab popcorn and drinks from the machines. The title is a parody of "Night of the Living Dead", a zombie movie, And the movie itself is a parody of frankenstein, a gothic novel.
During Mission 11, the Veggie Villain, this was the movie that was played for the childlike Penguins. During the Halloween Party 2009 and the Halloween Party 2010, all three episodes were shown. The original film was shown at the Coffee Shop, the sequel was at the Dance Lounge and the sequel to the sequel, Night Of The Living Sled 3, was shown at the Lighthouse. Night of The Living Sled (Live)! was shown at the Stage during the Halloween Party 2011.
On October 21, 2011, Club Penguin uploaded an interactive video on their YouTube channel with bloopers, two men chatting about the Halloween Party 2011 and sketches for the soon to come Night of the Living Sled 4.
Synopsispenguin donning a graduation hat. Pulling a switch, a zap of at least 30,000 volts of stored, amplified electricity fall upon a wooden sled. Rising from the table, the villain keels over in laughter. "BWA HA HA!" the subtitle reads, "IT'S ALIVE!" The scene is swapped outside where a reanimated arctic transportation device is busy running around terrorizing Penguins. It focuses on two particular penguins. One runs off screaming "AAAAAAHHH!", while the other soon follows, only able to use the Surprised Emote. Then the movie cuts off. Penguins. Dashing into an Igloo, the Penguins believe the monster is no longer chasing them, having lost their scent in the Forest they ran through. Glancing out the window, their nightmare is reprieved. The Sled is right outside their residence, staring straight at them! Hungry for what might be Penguin flesh, it ventures closer by the minute. In a last resort, our heroes throw Furniture in an attempt to barricade the igloo, thus preventing the Sled from entering and taking their lives. As the hyperventilating Penguins sit down and sigh in relief, one triumphantly speaks to the other, "We barricaded everything." In curiosity, the other asks, "Did you seal the door as well?" Stunned silence follows. One trembling Penguin asks the other, "No...did you?" Just as their realization dawns upon them, the door slides open... and we all know who came to call! Thus, the chase ensues. Out of sheer terror and possible adrenaline, the two Penguins gather the momentum to slam clean through the building's walls, and they run screaming into the night. The movie then cuts off. Penguins were still being chased by The Sled and ended up at the Ski Village. Then the Penguins ran to the top of the Ski Hill. "OH NO! It's the sled!!" gasped one Penguin. "That's just the Sled Racing Catalog." said the other Penguin, pointing at the toboggan on display."Not that sled, that one" the 1st Penguin said, and the camera shifts to show the monster sled standing next to the toboggan. "Hurry, let's escape on those tubes!" said the Penguin. They both got onto the tubes and started sliding down the Ski Hill. The Penguins soon thought they had lost the sled, but alas, due to its superior speed it was sliding right behind them. A Penguin shouted "Watch out for the Rock!" the two Penguins were able to dodge the rock but the sled wasn't. The sled ended up crashing into the rock and took off in the air. "Did you see that? we got away!" said the first Penguin. But before they do anything else, they both crashed into a huge pile of snow. They came out cautiously, but seeing that the sled is not to be seen, they begin to celebrate. But all of a sudden, The Sled emerges off the pile of snow without a scratch. Screaming in terror, the two Penguins run off into the night. The movie cuts off here.
During the Halloween Party 2011, a main menu for the films was made on YouTube, also with bloopers and a certain storyboard version of a sequel to a film series we all know.
- The Living Sled is a toboggan.
- The machine that brings the sled alive is the Monster Maker 3000 in the Secret Lab.
- It appears as a Power Card in Card-Jitsu, where the sled comes out of a hole in the wall and chases your penguin.
- The Living Sled's silhouette could be seen in the log on screen for the Halloween Party 2009.
- You can see the Sled and the blueprints in the Secret Laboratory.
- The CP Team never made a Night Of The Living Sled IV for the Halloween Party 2010
- In Mission 11, you can use this disc to block Herbert's show. This shows the first film.
- Whenever the sled is around, lightning flashes.
- There's a play about the movies in the Halloween Party 2011 and in the Halloween Party 2013, however, the script is only from the first three movies and a few lines from various plays.
- Herbert is afraid of the series as shown in a U.K Comic.
- Gary is a big fan of the saga.
- According to an interview in the Club Penguin Times, he has seen Night of the Living Sled 1193 times.
- Fans of the films are called sled-heads.
- The Game Upgrades for Sled Racing made an appearance in Part 3, ironically it didn't exist when the first two parts came out.
- All 3 parts were shown in one room during the Halloween Party 2013.
- The Living Sled and the Penguins appear in the video Dubstep Puffle
- Roman Numerals are used for the sequel titles of the series. Additionally the series is presented in low resolution, unicolor, and in a silent film format, making it reminiscent to the classic 19th century - 20th century era of film.