"Ghosts and ghouls bid their adieu, 👻 " shared the actress in the caption of the fun Instagram snap on Wednesday
The 72-year-old actress gave a glimpse of how she spent the spooky holiday by sharing a photo with the legendary actor, 97, in an Instagram post on Wednesday.
"Ghosts and ghouls bid their adieu, 👻 The fun and scares with @official_dick_van_dyke, @amy_manford, & @williamjosephmusic are now through, Halloween's delight takes its flight, 🧹 Until next year, it’s time to vanish out of sight! 💨 ," wrote Seymour in the caption.
The photo showed the pair — who starred in 2018's Buttons: A Christmas Tale together — flashing wide smiles as they posed for the festive snap with theater star Amy Manford and musician William Joseph.
Joseph, 43, shared the same photo on his Instagram account and expressed that "Dick Van Dyke sure knows how to throw a Halloween Bash!" The post had clips of the party's decor that included a giant animated Grim Reaper and a life-sized mummy.
Manford, 29, gave a look inside the party on her Instagram Story and wrote, "Now this is what I call a street party."
After also sharing the group photo on her Instagram account, she wrote, "I'll just leave this here 🤯."
Van Dyke is one to appreciate a fun costume. The acting legend performed as Gnome on season 9 of The Masked Singer. Although he was unmasked during its premiere episode in February, he opened up about his experience in a conversation with PEOPLE.
"From the time I got out of the car, my head was covered, so I never saw anybody. I wanted to go back and meet them in person because I really never got to meet anybody. They led me around so I wouldn't fall down. But I was blindfolded the whole time," he said.
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"I had never even seen the show when they asked me," he said. "So I checked it out, and it looked like a lot of fun. I was positive they wouldn't be able to guess who I was. And I was right."
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