The Scooby gang get lost in the woods while trying the solve the mystery of a mysterious creature lurking within the forest.
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The Scooby gang get lost in the woods while trying the solve the mystery of a mysterious creature lurking within the forest.

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This premiered only once, on Halloween of 1999. The Scooby-Doo Project was broken down into commercial break stingers during Cartoon Network's Halloween Scooby-Doo marathon, and then it was aired in its entirety after the marathon finished. It parodied its source material, The Blair Witch Project (1999), very well. To this day, it's never received a home media release of any kind, even though it was widely advertised by Cartoon Network before its premiere and was enjoyed by both kids and adults alike. See more »

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Velma Dinkley: Hello, I'm Velma Dinkley, and this is a documentary of one of our mysteries. That's Scooby Doo...
Scooby Doo: Hello.
Velma Dinkley: ...Fred Jones and Daphne Blake.
Fred: Hey, Howya doin'?
Daphne Blake: Of course, I wanna play myself in the movie version.
Velma Dinkley: And that's Norville Rogers.
Norville 'Shaggy' Rogers: It's Shaggy! Like nobody calls me "Norville"!
Fred: What's the matter, Norville?
Norville 'Shaggy' Rogers: Th-th-that's not on tape is it?
Daphne Blake: Something wrong, Norville?
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Enjoyable Parody of the Blair Witch Project Featuring Scooby and the gang.
1 December 2001 | by (Cape Girardeau, MO) – See all my reviews

The Scooby Doo Project was a Cartoon Network feature that was originally shown in pieces between shows and commercials. The work is a takeoff on the Blair Witch Project and featured brief clips of those meddling kids arriving in the woods to investigate strange events only to have things start to go wrong. The show was then supposed to be shown in its entirety. For some reason the network did not include all of the filmed sequences, especially interesting was the missing sequence in which Scrappy shows up and the gang is not happy, one character asking, `Who invited him?' A nice little parody well executed. I would love to get a copy of the entire group of sequences they made.


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