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Isabella Acres ... Emma Gale (voice)

Troy Baker ... The Phantom / Lance Damon (voice)
Eric Bauza ... K.J. (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Mike Gale / Mel Richmond (voice)

Wayne Brady ... Brick Pimiento (voice)

Mindy Cohn ... Velma Dinkley (voice)

Grey DeLisle ... Daphne (voice)

Vivica A. Fox ... Lotte Lavoie (voice)
Kate Higgins ... Meg Gale / Cathy (voice)

Matthew Lillard ... Shaggy (voice)

Peter MacNicol ... Dewey Ottoman (voice)

Candi Milo ... Barb Damon (voice)

John O'Hurley ... The Great Pauldini (voice)

Cristina Pucelli ... Colette (voice)

Kevin Michael Richardson ... Security Guard 1 / Hotel Clerk (voice)
Paul Rugg ... Steve Trilby (voice)

Tara Sands ... Nancy (voice)

Tara Strong ... News anchor / Donna (voice)
Frank Welker ... Scooby-Doo / Fred Jones (voice)

Travis Willingham ... Waldo (voice)

Ariel Winter ... Chrissy Damon (voice)
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Directed by
Victor Cook 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Candie Langdale  story
Douglas Langdale  story
Douglas Langdale  teleplay

Produced by
Alan Burnett .... co-producer
Victor Cook .... producer
Sam Register .... executive producer
Jason Wyatt .... line producer
Original Music by
Robert J. Kral (music by)
Art Direction by
Eric Semones 
Production Management
Matthew Haddon .... assistant production manager
Ben Maloney .... production manager
Art Department
Mark Sonntag .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Aran Tanchum .... foley mixer
Animation Department
Roberto Yun Rodriguez .... cg animator
Jim Stenstrum .... character designer
Music Department
Brendyn Adams .... songwriter
Christine H. Luethje .... music editor
Mark Robertson .... musician: violin solos

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75 min (approx.)

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The character of The Great Pauldini is an homage to Paul Dini. Dini, in addition to being a writer, is also a magician.See more »
Daphne:Fred, why do ghosts and monsters and stuff turn up wherever we go? Is it something about us?
Fred:No, this happens to everyone. It would be too much of a coincidence if this only happened to us, so logically, everyone must run into ghosts and monsters all the time.
Fred:Sure! It's simple math. They must be everywhere.
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I thought it was innocuous fun. If you're a Scooby fan like I am, you should find it to be very cute, 29 November 2013
Author: callanvass from victoria b.c canada

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Fred & Daphne are finalists for a famous talent show in Chicago, hosted by Brick Pimiento. They are up against an overzealous teenage singer named Crissy, a freaky woman named Lotte, and a talented violin player named Emma Gale. Not is all as it seems. A phantom is terrorizing the talent show, demanding that a woman named Christine win the show. It's up to the Mystery gang to solve the mystery, and find out if there is any credence to these haunting from the Phantom, but will Fred & Daphne be able to focus?

I actually quite liked this for what it was. I've been a Scooby fan for most of my life, so I'll watch anything that involves Scooby Doo. I was bored the other night, and figured what the hell? It transcended my low expectations. The voices are altered quite a bit from the days of "Scooby Doo, Where Are You?" They are adequate. Frank Welker returns to do the voice of Freddy. Matthew Lillard plays Scooby in the two movies they did, and it was a good choice to bring him back for an animated movie. He does Shaggy well. The animations are impressive, and do the original characters justice. The mystery itself isn't as easy as one may think. As much as I love Scooby Doo, Where Are You? The villains were usually a cinch to figure out. Not in this one they aren't. This episode is very gutsy, throwing in more twists and turns than a violent tornado in Tennessee. It did get a bit old after a while, but I have to give them credit for trying something new. It wasn't all that predictable, that's for sure. It even takes digs towards the usual clichés "Yeah, yeah. We know, If it wasn't for those meddling kids and that dog" Never fear. The gags deliver. There are many funny moments, but Scooby and Shaggy chowing down on a gargantuan pizza is my highlight. Fred & Daphne have a love storyline going on here. This was never explored in the T.V series, and I actually dug that. Daphne being love struck over Fred was very cute. It took me by surprise. My only complaint is that even at just over 70 minutes, it feels padded and overlong. I'm not sure if Scooby material is meant to be longer than 30 minutes or so. P.S stay tuned for the end credits. There is some funny stuff you don't wanna miss.

Final Thoughts: This was a cute time waster. If you're a Scooby fan, you're bound to get some smiles and chuckles out of this. It's worth a look for sure. I'm definitely gonna check out more Scooby movies


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