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Received a big-screen release by Kidtoon films in 2005. It was the third big-screen Scooby-Doo movie, and the first animated one to get a theater release. See more »
The pyramids are depicted as being many miles from civilization but they are actually on the outskirts of Cairo, a major city. See more »
[Appearing in bright light and smoke]
Who dares disturb of the tomb of the Great Cleopatra!
Amelia von Butch:
In the name of ISIS Goddess of Egypt be merciful to us! Oh, Queen of the Nile!
What she said!
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Well let me start off by saying I always look forward to watching any Scooby-Doo cartoon and by the time I was finished with this one I couldn't stop laughing, smiling, and I was begging for more. This cartoon is filled with hilarious jokes, twists and turns, great voice acting, and an ending you will never see coming.
Scooby and the gang head to Egypt to meet up with their good old friend Velma, who has been there for six months renovating the ancient Sphinx. Upon arriving in the desert the gang find out that in the tomb of Cleapatra there is a curse that will doom who ever enters. When treasure thieves arrive the gang is on the case and they must try and break the curse and solve the mystery.
First off let me say the voice over cast does a tremendous job in this cartoon, I don't remember the last time I heard so many great actors do such a good job in one cartoon. Once again we get Frank Welker as Fred and Scooby-Doo, Casey Kasem as Shaggy, Mindy Cohn as Velma, and Grey DeLisle as Daphne, who all once again do a great and wonderful job. Joining the cast we have Christine Baranski as Amelia Von Butch, Ajay Naidu, Ron Perlman as Hotep, Jeremy Piven as Rocky Rivers, Oded Fehr as Amahl Ali Akbar and Virginia Madsen as Cleopatra.
The storyline this movie follows is smart, funny, and very enjoyable for the entire family. It's very interesting to see how the gang has to explore the tomb to avoid traps and stick together to find clues to solve the mystery but of course they some how gets split up and Scooby-Doo and Shaggy wind up on their own wacky adventure. I have to say when the movie ended I didn't see the twist coming at all, it was the biggest shock of them all.
In the end I wish the movie wasn't over it was so funny and great and I promise you will not be disappointed and you will be crying for more. So make sure you rent or buy Scooby-Doo wheres my mummy, because you just have to see this cartoon.
Overall rating: ********* out of **********
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