What's New Scooby-Doo, Vol. 1 - Space Ape at the Cape
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What's New Scooby-Doo? Vol. 1: Space Ape at the Cape (DVD)
Four exciting episodes from the hit animated TV series on the Kids WB! There's No Creature Like Snow Creature: The gang investigates suspicious behavior at a way-cool snowboarding contest. 3-D Struction: A fearsome Giganotosaurus jumps off a movie screen and goes on a mysterious rampage in Costa Rica. Space Ape at the Cape: A scary extraterrestrial monkeys around with an important rocket launch. Big Scare in the Big Easy: The Mystery Inc. crew unearths spooky doings at a haunted New Orleans cemetery!]]>
What's new is that the Mystery Machine finally comes equipped with seatbelts, not to mention the newly installed global positioning system. The updated WB series also features a new theme song. But Scooby fans needn't cringe: the basics are still here. Shaggy's still goofy, Scooby's still scared, and the "ghosts" are actually people with devious agendas. In these four 20-minute episodes from the 2002-2003 season, the gang finds themselves snowboarding with Chris Klug (in a cameo voice), hanging with scientists at a NASA-like facility, jetting to a museum in Costa Rica, and making the Mardi Gras scene in New Orleans. Along the way they encounter a snow monster, alien baby, "gigantisaurus," and the feuding Leland brothers, carrying their Civil War grudge beyond the grave. Casey Kasem continues his duties as Shaggy and new cast and guest voices include TV veterans Mindy Cohn, Hector Elizondo, Lauren Tom, and the ubiquitous voice artist Jim Cummings. --Kimberly Heinrichs
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So, here are the titles of the episodes: 1) There's No Creature Like Snow Creature, 2) Space Ape at the Cape, 3) 3-D Struction, and 4) Big Scare In the Big Easy.
I also tried to watch the Special Features but all I could see were bits of Velma's music video and one other video. The pictures and the sound were so bad because of all the scratches, freezes, and prints that my DVD player stopped and wouldn't continue playing the DVD.
As soon as I get my money back from the seller I plan on replacing the DVD.
The movie is enjoyable and no bloody violence. Scooby is hard to find in the stores. I shop Amazon.com all the time and was very happy to find it. Thank you!
Most recent customer reviews
1. Theres no creature like snow creature (A-)
2. Space ape at the cape (A+)
3. 3d struction (A-)