Dubs are offered in French, Spanish, and Thai, with the latter two translations also featured as subtitles. As always, a pre-existing preferably childhood attachment to the show is invaluable here. To All the Ghouls I've Loved Before 23:32 Originally aired September 7, 1985 Intending to visit Hawaii, the gang winds up crash-landing in the Himalayas, in a town of cursed werewolves. All eight episodes featured on The Best of the New Scooby-Doo Movies: The Lost Episodes are also included in The New Scooby-Doo Movies: The Almost Complete Collection. Sadly, a title revision may be in order, because only eleven are retrieved by series' end.
It takes Shaggy, Daphne, Scooby, and Scrappy to the Himalayan Mountains, where locked in a chest hidden inside a temple are the titular baker's dozen, the world's scariest ghosts. Minga is nowhere to be found and Jeffries is still gone, so the gang decides to split up and search for everyone else. The episode is presented in 1. Reflections in a Ghoulish Eye 23:34 Originally aired September 28, 1985 At a Marrakesh hotel during a paranormal convention, the gang is targeted by Bogel, Weerd, and their mirror monster. When You Witch Upon a Star 23:37 Originally aired October 26, 1985 Three sister witches with a spell book try to do the bidding of an escaped demon, while the Scooby gang tries to stop them. Running time 73 minutes Country United States Language English Chill Out, Scooby-Doo! LaFleur then locks Shaggy and Scooby up with his equipment, and throws them off the plane.
Unfortunately, Fred gets on the wrong plane and somehow ends up in the Amazon. It was the final direct-to-video Scooby-Doo movie that was involved with but was not dedicated to him; instead, carried a dedication to him. Meanwhile, Shaggy and Scooby manage to land near a small village on the mountain, where Professor Jefferies and Pemba currently are. After all, I find it a lot easier to get into 1980s cartoons than today's didactic or obnoxious fare and even a terrible show couldn't induce too much pain with just thirteen episodes. Flim Flam, introduced as a potion salesboy in the first episode, fits that bill like a glove.
Scooby in Kwackyland 23:36 Originally aired November 9, 1985 The gang finds themselves inside the worlds of the newspaper's funny pages, where comic strip characters help them try to evade Demondo. Scoobra Kadoobra 23:33 Originally aired September 14, 1985 Powerful black magician Maldor longs for The Wonder Wand of Zagraz, which Scooby inadvertently finds in a castle. Also common, the show borders on tedious when watched at a speed conducive to timely reviewing. Me and My Shadow Demon 23:43 Originally aired September 21, 1985 When the Chest of Demons goes missing on the night when monsters are strongest, the gang must endure a shadow demon, Queen Morbidia, and other spooks in Befuddle Manor. . A Spooky Little Ghoul Like You 23:36 Originally aired October 19, 1985 At a Friday the 13th gathering of warlocks, Nicara uses her eyes and kisses to drain magical powers. Meanwhile, Fred, Daphne and Velma get to the village and see it is deserted.
Each episode involves a different ghost, without too rigid a structure. The Snowman chases Shaggy, Scooby, and Jeffries down the mountain. One character is transparently modeled after Martin Short's nerdy Ed Grimley character, I must say. Music of the Vampire or Scooby-Doo! As soon as Jeffries fades from view, Pemba sees the outline of a large creature in front of him. Then an starts, and almost crushes Velma and Del, but the Snowman saves them at the last moment. The monaural sound is more than satisfactory; Vincent Price's opening narration sounds thin, as do certain other deliveries, but the experience is no doubt comparable to the original broadcast and not particularly taxing or disappointing.
His mystic friend Vincent VanGhoul, a Vincent Price caricature voiced by the man himself, serves as the group's spiritual advisor of sorts, often appearing in a crystal ball. The point is that I'm looking for somewhere to find the covers of Scooby-Doo dvds without words textless. Daphne and Pemba find a large cave and go inside, and conclude that is where the Snowman lives. This program is not entirely removed from Scooby's past ones, however; joining the unmistakable Vincent Price in the voice cast are Casey Kasem and Don Messick, who still provide the familiar voices of Shaggy who now wears a red shirt instead of his customary green and Scooby, respectively. Rounding out the regulars are Bogel and Weerd, the two mischievous but fairly harmless ghosts who con Shaggy and Scooby into releasing the eponymous spirits as only the living can.
As they run away, LaFleur shows up and tries to capture the creature, but falls of a cliff, apparently to his death. Jeffries attempts to get the crystals in the mine cart that Scooby and Shaggy are riding in. Phibes' henchmen hackers are caricatures of Napoleon Dynamite and his brother Kip. That's Monstertainment 23:36 Originally aired October 5, 1985 Scooby and friends are sucked into their television set and have to act in the old horror film The Son of the Bride of the Ghost of Frankenstein. LaFleur wants to find and kill the Snowman, and is taking Shaggy and Scooby along as bait. They conclude he is the Snowman and capture him, although he denies it. The colorfully-labeled discs arrive in a plastic-saving black Eco-Box case, with no inserts or slipcover.
The High Lama comes out to see what happened. The High Lama, a strange person, tells them there is only a phone on the nearby. Chillman tells them he decided to take the job so he could find out if the legend of the creature is true. I know I'm asking for too much almost impossible but any kind of help would be heartily appreciated. Disc One opens with a trailer for Scooby-Doo! LaFleur tries to capture the Snowman, but all his traps backfire on the Snowman, instead working on him. I've come to find losing interest in a yesteryear cartoon series is almost the norm when revisiting in bulk, which even a modest 13 episodes qualified as here. Velma notes that they are not very deep in the snow.
The Snowman is revealed to be Minga, who has been behind the mystery from the very beginning. As they travel, Minga runs up to them and says that she heard on the radio that a big storm is approaching. Del's touched by what Minga says, and finds it romantic. However, and have not arrived yet, and the gang wonders where they are. Coast-to-Ghost 23:30 Originally aired November 16, 1985 Ghosts, including Bogel and Weerd, look to get accepted into the Spooks and Poltergeist Society on the group's Initiation Night. Del catches up to the rest of the gang, but finds the weather station destroyed and some tanks missing.
Scooby and Shaggy manage to escape and find their way to the lost kingdom of Shangri-La, but are pursued by the Snowman. Ship of Ghouls 23:36 Originally aired October 12, 1985 Bound for Bermuda, the gang learns they're on a ghost ship. They also find an empty helium case. The 16:9 menus adhere to Warner's norms, with static character images placed against a consistent backdrop and an instrumental theme the end credits music attached to the main screen. Jeffries is out looking for the , who lives in the mountains. She used the helium to fly, which caused the footprints to not be as deep. Pemba tells her to leave the village, and he, Shaggy, Scooby and Jeffries who says that everyone should stick together , decide to go to the weather station.