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What's New Scooby-Doo, Vol. 9 - Route Scary6
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What's New Scooby-Doo? Vol. 9: Route Scary 6 (DVD)
4 TV episodes -- all themed around "roadtrips" 1) Fright House of a Lighthouse - Haunting of an abandon lighthouse wreaks havoc in a small Midwestern town. 2) Go West Young Scoob - The gang visits a robot resort for living out Western movie fantasies. 3) Farmed and Dangerous - The kids visit the Secret Six Puppies on their farm, only to discover it's being haunted by the Demon Farmer. 4) Gentlemen Start Your Montsters - The gang goes to a champion stock car race, and finds a pit stop with mayhem BONUS EPISODE: Camp Comeoninwannascareya - Shaggy and Scooby are camp counselors when a ghost story comes to life]]>
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Go West Young Scoob - In a western-themed town, robots start to go evil and out of control; so, of course, it's up to the gang to figure out what's going on.
Fright House of a Lighthouse - While visiting Fred's uncle, Mystery Inc. runs across the ghost of the ex-lighthouse keeper, who is haunting the lighthouse and turning off the light when ships are coming to shore.
Farmed and Dangerous - While visiting the Secret Six puppies, everyone is horrified to find out that a demon farmer is trying to scare everyone off the farm.
Gentlemen, Start Your Monsters - When Fred enters a car race the gang has to find out who or what is behind the monster truck that is knocking cars out of the competition one-by-one.
Camp Comeonawannascareya - Shaggy and Scooby are by themselves in this one as counselors at a summer camp where a glowing green toxic monster is terrorizing the campers and wrecking the camp.
Also included on the DVD are various language options, subtitle options, trailers, and three mini-games. All-in-all, this is a fun DVD with silly episodes from the "What's New, Scooby Doo?" collection, and I can highly recommend it to Scooby fans everywhere!
NOTE: In case you didn't know, some of the monsters included in the DVD may be scary to young children who are frightened easily.
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Just scary enough