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Get spooked with ghost hunters Gilly, Ted and Tina as they travel the globe from Scotland to South America with their reluctant pooch Goober on a search for paranormal action in this fondly remembered animated treat from Hanna-Barbera Productions. Full of good intentions and false bravado, Goober stands at the ready asking, "Who's afraid of ghosts?" Turns out, he is! His distinctive striped hat is the only evidence he leaves behind when a ghost appears. Uncover urban legends, unmask bumbling crooks and solve wacky mysteries with popular guest stars like basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain and singing sensations the Partridge Family kids - Laurie, Danny, Chris and Tracy (voiced by actors Susan Dey, Danny Bonaduce, Brain Foster and Suzanne Crough). Spooktacular fun will haunt you in this 4-Disc, 16-Episode Goober and the Ghost Chasers Complete Series Collection!
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Fun cartoon. Goober and The Ghost Chasers was before Scooby and the gang and actually pursued ghosts instead of people pretending to be monsters.Published 12 days ago by Pyxliarri
goober and the ghost chasers is one of my very favorite cartoons.Published 1 month ago by laura mcanally
My family loves these episodes. My parents hadn't seen them since they were children, it was interesting watching their reaction while watching Goober and the ghost chasers.Published 8 months ago by Gamer
Another HB classic. Not really created for adult humor as was the "Perils of Penelope Pitstop", but it is still a great classic cartoon worth adding to your collection.Published 10 months ago by Christopher Laub
I remember watching this on the old USA Cartoon Express. Another of Hanna-Barbera's oddball 70's mash-up cartoons featuring elements from the pop culture of the time thrown... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Eric Schneider
An okay Scooby-Doo imitation. Not awful, but then, when you can have the real thing ... why bother?!?Published 14 months ago by Red Wood
I no Scooby-Doo but this dog is in my opinion much more fun.
The Dog is a ghost dog and disapear and reapeers but he can't controle it himself. Read more