Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery
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Wrestlemania Meets Scooby-Doo and Friends
In Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery, your favorite team of investigators is back on the case for another exciting cartoon adventure. This time, there’s a spooky secret in WWE City — a ghastly ghost bear is holding the town in its terrifying grip. Luckily, the Mystery Inc. gang is on hand for an epic WrestleMania event. Get ready for some animated action when Scooby, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne and Fred team up with WWE superstars to save the show.
In this film, Frank Welker does the voice work for both Scooby-Doo and Fred Jones.
The businesses in WWE City are all named after subjects related to wrestling.
The wrestling moves in the film are based on the ones used in real-life matches.
A Slammy Award is a real award given out by the WWE.
This film was made to celebrate the 30th year of WrestleMania.
- Featuring cartoon versions of top WWE wrestlers, including John Cena, the Miz and Kane
- Includes a behind-the-scenes look at Scooby and the WWE gang
- 84 minutes of laughs, smackdowns and mystery
- A must-own for WWE fans
- Available on DVD and Blu-ray
Meet the Characters
Scooby-Doo (voiced by Frank Welker)
In WWE City, Scooby gets in on the action when he comes face to face with a few stars of the WWE. Will he make it out of the ring in one piece?
Shaggy Rogers (voiced by Matthew Lillard)
Shaggy and Scooby have just won tickets to an epic WWE event. They convince the rest of gang to go along for the trip.
Daphne Blake (voiced by Grey Griffin)
Daphne complains about the entire trip – until she meets John Cena. Could it be she has a crush on the superstar wrestler?
Velma Dinkley (voiced by Mindy Cohn)
Velma is a big wrestling fan and the smart one on the Mystery Inc. team. When it comes to solving puzzles, she’s the one in charge.
Top Customer Reviews
"Scooby Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery" doesn't deviate from that formula. A ghost bear threatens to ruin Wrestlemania and it's up to Mystery Inc to save the day.
The inclusion of the WWE is a welcome change. The wrestlers (oops, they're called 'Superstars' now) don't dominate the scenes but they do add to them. Only a handful of wrestlers are present with John Cena taking center stage.
Definitely worth a rental for the family.
A number of real-life professional wrestlers have lent their voices and personas to this movie, which is fascinating. I’m not a fan of professional wrestling, but I still enjoyed the mystery. Actually, I was joking about it with a friend because we recently discovered the old Santo movies, which are Mexican horror/adventure films made during the middle of the last century and are about a wrestler who fights vampires, werewolves, and other monsters. The part in this show with Sin Cara (in English “Faceless” or “Without a Face” because of his mask), who fights in the style of Mexican masked luchadors, reminds me of Santo. (If you’re curious about Santo, some of his old movies have subtitles and one of them was featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 as Samson vs. The Vampire Women.Read more ›
He watches it again every chance he gets. Even in the car we have to bring his portable dvd player.
This movie works-- whether you love Scooby Doo or WrestleMania!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
if this isn't the best movie from scoopy and the gang then I don't know what is. Shaggy is always making me laugh and Fred...boy, is he strong in this film. Read morePublished 3 days ago by huge hat
My grandson is really into wrestling and he also loves Scooby Doo so this was perfect. It had a lot of his favorites in it and was very enjoyable. Can't wait for the new one.Published 7 days ago by Kindle Customer
Grandson loves Scooby Doo and WWE so there was absolutely no way I could go wrong with this movie we have watched this several times and will probably watch it even more lol.Published 22 days ago by Nene
Both my kids are Scooby-Doo fand and they love this movie.Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
The over all quality is not as good in reality as it looks on the product's photo.Published 3 months ago by ric applegate
This is a great kids movie. Nothing violent or objectionable that I saw. Scooby Doo is geared for younger kids probably 10 and under but my son who is a fan of WWE liked it at... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Eric Schurley
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