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Scooby-Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf (TV Movie 1988) Poster

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Continuity 

In the supermarket scene, Crunch and Brunch are clearly seen running out with Shaggy in the trolley. But in the next shot, Crunch is just walking along, looking up at the sky. In the next shot Crunch appears, he's back pushing the trolley again.
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When Shaggy and Scooby try to escape from the castle, Scrappy ties the bedsheets to the bedpost so they can abseil down the tower. But, moments later, Shaggy scrambles back through the window after spotting the crocodile and the sheets have disappeared.
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On the morning before the race, Crunch and Brunch enter the "ghastly room" and the door is too high for its frame. Not only that but it's changed colour, from brown to purple. These mistakes are also noticeable on the morning of the race.
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After "disabling" the Werewolf Wagon, Brunch's monocle changes from being on his right eye to his left for a few scenes.
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When Shaggy, Scooby, Googie and Scrappy first arrive in Transylvania, the thin witch speaks with a high, squeaky voice, but during the race, her voice is deep and gravelly.
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Revealing mistakes 

At the end of the movie, when Shaggy turns back into a human, his girlfriend hugs him. During the animation of being hugged, Shaggy has part of his head from the previous animation frame shown at the same time.
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