The Best of the New Scooby-Doo Movies
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Kids who fell in love with the original Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? TV series were growing up and could now enjoy more sophisticated plots and characters. So along came the hour-long The New Scooby-Doo Movies, and what sets them delightfully and hilariously apart is the marvelous lineup of celebrity guest stars - The Harlem Globetrotters, Dick Van Dyke, The Three Stooges, Jonathan Winters, Don Knotts, "Mama" Cass Elliot, and Laurel and Hardy, plus the participation of other animated action heroes like Batman and Robin and Speed Buggy. This 4-Disc Deluxe Set with Stardusted Special Features presents 15 of the best and spookiest capers. It's no mystery that you're in for a classic good time!]]>
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Here is a listing of the missing episodes not included in this dvd:
Scooby Doo Meets the Adams Family 1972
A Good Medium is Rare 1972 starring Phyllis Diller
Sandy Duncan's Jeckyll And Hyde 1972
The Secret of Shark Island 1972 stars Sonny and Cher
The Haunted Horseman of Hagglethorn 1972 starring Davey Jones
The Phantom of the Country Music Hall 1972 starring Jerry Reed
Scooby Doo Meets Jeannie (of I dream of Jeannie) 1973
The Haunted Showboat 1973 starring Josie and the Pussycats
The Spirited Spooks Sports Show 1973 starring Tim Conway
Too bad they have release issues with the stars, the Adams Family episode was one of my favorites.
The Ghastly Ghost Town (with The Three Stooges)
The Dynamic Scooby Doo Affair (with Batman & Robin)
The Frickert Fracas (with Jonathan Winters)
Guess Who's Knott Coming to Dinner (with Don Knotts)
The Spooky Fog (with Don Knotts)
The Ghost of Bigfoot (a.k.a. "Scooby-Doo Meets Laurel & Hardy")
The Ghost of The Red Baron (with The Three Stooges)
The Ghostly Creeps from the Deep (with The Harlem Globetrotters)
The Caped Crusader Caper (with Batman & Robin)
The Lochness Mess (with The Harlem Globetrotters)
The Mystery of Haunted Island (with The Harlem Globetrotters)
The Exterminator (with Don Adams)
The Weird Winds of Winona (with Speed Buggy)
The Haunted Candy Factory (with "Mama" Cass Elliot)
The Haunted Carnival (a.k.a. "Scooby-Doo Meets Dick Van Dyke")
Don't forget that this has some "Stardusted" special features, probably found on the fourth disc:
Featurette: The Hanna-Barbera Kennel Club Roasts Scooby-Doo
Featurette: Uptown With Scooby-Doo and The Harlem Globetrotters
Featurette: The Girls Rock!
I am just glad they are releasing this series but if I made a best of compilation, I would have picked one episode of the returning guests (i.e. one harlem globetrotter rather than all three since these episodes have been previously released on DVD). This way I could include the great guest episodes like Sonny and Cher, Josie and the Pussycats, Phyllis Diller, Davey Jones, Addams Family, Sandy Duncan and Jerry Reed. These episodes I feel far surpass the Don Adams, Dick Van Dyke, the "Guess Who's Knott Coming to Dinner (with Don Knotts)", "The Ghost of The Red Baron (with The Three Stooges)", "The Mystery of Haunted Island (with The Harlem Globetrotters)" and the Laurel and Hardy episodes.
"Ghastly Ghost Town" guest stars the Three Stooges. The gang is forced to seek help on foot in the desert after their van is forced onto a sand dune by a low-flying, king-sized bat. They come across Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly-Joe DeRita, whose amusement park is really the one in need of help.
"The Dynamic Scooby Doo Affair" with Batman & Robin. When The Mystery Machine breaks the gang bump into smugglers, Batman and Robin, a little old lady, and a punching clown filled with counterfeit cash. A tip leads them to the carnival. . .where they find Joker and Penguin behind the kooky counterfeit caper. As is usually the case with these villainous villains, our heroes wind up in a funhouse hideout.
"The Frickert Fracas" with Jonathan Winters. Hoping they will have a vacation from haunted houses and spooky characters when Jonathan Winters invites them to stay at Maude Frickert's farm, Scooby-Doo and company soon learn differently when the place becomes overrun with vandalizing scoundrels and living scarecrows.
"Guess who's Knott Coming to Dinner?" with Don Knotts. When the gang stop at Moody Manor to get directions, they find themselves mistaken for Captain Moody's neices and nephews by an assortment of characters who all resemble Don Knotts.
"The Spooky Fog" - with Don Knotts. A spoof of Knott's show Mayberry R.F.D, wherein a unique form of small-town hospitality is in store for Scooby-Doo and pals when officer Don Knotts invites them to spend the night at the best hotel in Juneberry: the local jail!
"The Ghost of Bigfoot" with Laurel & Hardy. While visiting a ski lodge, the gang run into bellhops Laurel and Hardy, who attempt to help the gang uncover the mystery of the ghost of Bigfoot... but Laurel and Hardy are even more cowardly than Scooby and Shaggy.
"The Ghost of the Red Baron" with the Three Stooges. The gang re-teams with the Three Stooges to ground the ghost of Baron Ludwig von Richtofen, The Red Baron, the evildoer of daring who has scared off all of Mr. Sawyer's crop dusting pilots in an effort to pressure the farmer into leaving his land.
"Ghostly Creeps from the Deep" with the Harlem Globetrotters. Scooby and the gang run across the clown princes of basketball, The Harlem Globetrotters on the eerie banks of a haunted swamp so that their boosted team spirit might protect them from the supernatural spirits being released by the ghost of Redbeard The Pirate.
"The Caped Crusader Caper" with Batman & Robin. In Batman and Robin's second appearance on this series, Scooby and the gang try to foil Joker and Penguin's attempts to steal a flying suit from a goofy scientist.
"The Lochness Mess" with the Harlem Globetrotters. The Gang travel to a small New England town to visit Shaggy's Uncle Nathaniel but walk into the middle of a mystery complete with the ghost of Paul Revere and a spooky sea serpent. With the aid of The Harlem Globetrotters, they uncover a plot whereby Morgan, a local crook, is trying to scare the townsfolk into moving away in order to hide his discovery of a treasure ship.
"The Mystery of the Haunted Island" - The Globetrotters are back again. The gang and the Trotters are taken by a spectral ship to a deserted island. They take refuge in a deserted mansion where statues come to life, books fly off the shelves, and ghosts and secret passages are everywhere.
"The Exterminator" with Don Adams. The gang pick up Don Adams who is running an extermination business and take him to his next job at Horror Hill, an eerie, foreboding-looking ramshackle which is also the home of old horror film star Lorne Chumley.
"The Weird Winds of Winona" - with Speed Buggy! The Mystery Machine breaks down and the gang find themselves running into Speed Buggy and his friends. It's up to the two gangs to discovery the mystery of the winds that blow through the town that they've been stranded in.
"The Haunted Candy Factory" with Mama Cass. Mama Cass, Scooby-Doo and company are caught in a "sticky mess" at her namesake candy factory when two green cotton candy globs attempt to "cover" stolen gold bullion with caramel, chocolate and nuts.
"The Haunted Carnival" with Dick Van Dyke. The gang takes a trip to the carnival to escape their ghost-chasing troubles, only to find Dick Van Dyke owns and operates the park. . .which is haunted.
I'm not sure how Warner's chose these particular episodes. Maybe there was something to do with obtaining the rights to shows with other guest stars. I would have preferred to see the episodes which featured the Adams Family, Phyllis Diller and Tim Conway myself as opposed to all the Globetrotter shows, Speed Buggy and Mama Cass. This set is aimed at us baby boomers since most kids today are not going to have any idea who people like Don Adams and Mama Cass are but they are still fun and I've not seen many of these in over 30 years. Great to see these on DVD! Actors doing voices for animated films and shows is quite common today but it wasn't so common back then and it's fun to see animated versions of these great comics with their own voices.