Scooby-Doo 3 Seasons 2006

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Season 3
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Video game characters come to life and menace the Mystery Inc. gang while they attend a game convention.

Starring:
Casey Kasem, Frank Welker
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
July 21, 2006

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Season 3

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Genres Mystery, Comedy
Director Chuck Sheetz
Starring Casey Kasem, Frank Welker
Supporting actors Mindy Cohn, Grey Griffin, Ben Diskin, Jennifer Hale, Khary Payton, Josh Peck, James Arnold Taylor
Season year 2003
Network Warner Bros.
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I love watching it with my kids, and they have watched them over and over again.
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101 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Paul J. Mular TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 3, 2007
Format: DVD
What's New Scooby Doo is the first Scooby Doo sequal that equals the quality of the original "Scooby Doo Where Are You?" series. The animation style may be updated somewhat (the original was not great animation anyway), but the stories are just as good. If you only liked the first series and hated Scrappy & the others, I suggest you give this new series a try. The original gang is all here on their original rolls.

This set contains 13 episodes from the first season (all have been previously released with bonus material NOT included here) plus one special from 2005.

SEASON 1:
2002 episodes:
Sep.14 There's No Creature Like Snow Creature (previously released on "Volume 1').
Sep.21 3-D Struction (previously released on "Volume 1').
Sep.28 Space Ape at the Cape (previously released on "Volume 1').
Oct.05 Big Scare at the Big Easy (previously released on "Volume 1').
Oct.26 It's Mean, It's Grean, It's the Mystery Machine (previously released on "Volume 2').
Nov.02 Riva Ras Vegas (previously released on "Volume 2').
Nov.09 Roller Goaster Ride (previously released on "Volume 2').
Nov.23 Safari, So Goodie (previously released on "Volume 2').
Nov.30 She Sees Sea Monster at the Sea Shore (previously released on "Volume 3').

2003 episodes:
Feb.01 Toy Scary Boo (previously released on "Volume 4').
Feb.15 Lights! Camera! Mayhem! (previously released on "Volume 8').
Feb.22 Pompeii and Circumstances (previously released on "Volume 7').
Mar.22 The Unnatural. (previously released on "Volume 5').

Bonus 2005 Special:
Feb.11 A Scooby Doo Valentine (previously released on "Volume 8').
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54 of 61 people found the following review helpful By H. Summers on January 22, 2008
Format: DVD
Disc 1:
Disc 1
1. Fright House of a Lighthouse
2. Go West, Young Scoob
3. Wrestle Maniacs
4. Ready to Scare
5. Farmed and Dangerous
6. Diamonds are a Ghouls Best Friend
7. A Terrifying Round with a Menacing Clown
8. Camp Comeoniwannascareya
Disc 2:
Disc 2
1. Block-Long Hong Kong Terror
2. Gentlemen, Start Your Monsters
3. Gold Paw
4. Reef Grief!
5. E-Scream
6. Scooby-Doo Christmas (BONUS EPISODE)
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 19, 2008
Format: DVD
At first I didn't think this series would be as good as some of the movies
like The Loch Ness Monster & Chill Out, but I then bought Volume 8 and saw it was better than I thought. With the return of the original cast from some of my favorite Scooby Doo movies (Frank Welker as Scooby Doo/Fred, Casey Kasem as Shaggy, Grey Delisle as Daphne, & Mindy Cohn as Velma) and 13 great mysteries, this compilation of Season 1 of What's New Scooby Doo, is probably one of the best 2-disc sets ever! Each mystery is different:

THERE'S NO CREATURE LIKE SNOW CREATURE
The series debut, a snow monster is badly injuring contestants in a snowboarding competition. (co-starring an Olympic Gold Medalist Snowboarder)

SPACE APE AT THE CAPE
Velma wins a science project contest in Cape Canaveral and it will go
into space but it is trying to be stopped by an alien believed to have been hatched from an egg.

3-D STRUCTION
Down in Costa Rica, a dinosaur monster comes out of a sacred tomb, believed to be a ghost, due to the removal of some sacred bones.

BIG SCARE IN THE BIG EASY
The gang heads to New Orleans to solve the mysteries of the ghosts
of Civil War enemies, the Leland Brothers.

IT'S MEAN, IT'S GREEN, IT'S THE MYSTERY MACHINE
Despite having their van fixed, the gang has their van chasing after
them believed to have been driven by the ghost of Flash Flannigan.

RIVA RAS REGAS
When the gang goes to Las Vegas for some vacation, it gets interrupted
by the ghost of the late magician Rufus Rocous, they solve the mystery with the help of real-life teen pop star Lindsay Pagano.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By slim on June 3, 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Having grown up with Scooby Doo, I mistakenly thought this was the "old" TV series put on DVD. Instead, it is the "What's New Scooby Doo" series, which is an updated version of the old. The new version looks a lot like the old series, having the usual mystery to solve in 30 minutes or less. They don't ever let it get too serious, as they play fun music behind the chase scenes. The jokes are funny as the characters poke fun at themselves, and each other. The voices are the same (thankfully). I love watching it with my kids, and they have watched them over and over again.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By K. Woods on January 25, 2008
Format: DVD
If your little one loves Scooby like mine does this is the DVD for you. Its got 14 episodes that each have a catchy music number in them. Also a lot of episodes that you don't constantly see on CN.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By David J. Neal on February 18, 2008
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Imagine you were a career biologist in your 30s or 40s. A general interest magazine asks you to rewrite a long bio report you cranked out in the middle of seventh grade on a typewriter while doing stuff for your other six or seven classes. How much will you be able to improve on the original report now that you're wittier; know more about the subject and have a good gauge of what the general public knows of the subject; will be working on a laptop; have access to noted, interesting people in and around your field for interviews on the subject?

That's why, just considering it as entertainment, What's New, Scooby Doo? dusts the original Scooby Doo, Where Are You? and The New Scooby Doo Movies from 1972-73.

This isn't some Gen Y kid engaging in presentism. I'm a Gen Xer who was in the first generation to grow up watching the original Scoobies on Saturday mornings. Fine enough entertainment for most of us, though it was a weakly-animated, formulaic product of the Hanna-Barbera made-for-TV assembly line. Our standards were pretty low at the time.

In doing the update, the current creators did the job that some of the Scooby Doo movies from the 1990s began. They fleshed out the characters, giving them backstory, interests, families. Velma (voiced by "Facts of Life" star Mindy Cohn) is a brilliant scientist with the kind of "smart girl" wit we always suspected she had. We find out where Fred's from and even what he can bench. Daphne was moved from the Danger Prone Daphne of the original toward being a resourceful, style-conscious Buffy the Vampire Slayer-type. (Coincidentlaly, Sarah Michelle Gellar, TV's Buffy, played Daphne in the two live-action Scooby Doo movies, and Buffy's pals called themselves "The Scooby Gang.").
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