The gang's vacation to Paris takes a wrong turn when Scooby and Shaggy miss their flight and end up on a skydiving expedition in the Himalayas. To make matters worse, upon arrival they must outrun the Abominable Snowmonster.
When Scooby and the gang visit a scientist at a university to check out the game he created about them, they get trapped in the game itself and have to play the game to get out of it once and for all, while they face an enemy known as the 'Phantom Virus'.Written by
The first Scooby-Doo animated movie to feature Grey Griffin as Daphne Blake due to Mary Kay Bergman's suicide in November 1999. See more »
At the ending of the film when the gang meets their cyber counterparts, you can tell the real Scooby from the cyber Scooby by the color of their collars (red and blue). However, there are a couple of errors. In the scene where the monster goes over the water flume, both Scoobys wear a red collar in one shot. In a later scene, when the gang stands outside the arcade, Scooby's collar changes from red to blue between shots. See more »
[about the cyber Mystery Gang's wardrobe]
I guess it's been a while since we've seen Eric. He hasn't seen our fashion changes.
[to Cyber Daphne]
We'll go shopping later.
[carrying a mountain of french fries in a basket to the table]
Like, why don't you join us for a little snack?
Man, I thought you'd never ask!
[the Scoobys create a diversion to swipe the basket away from the two Shaggys]
[throws a French fry to Scooby]
Here you go, pal.
Rhanks a rot!
Cyber Shaggy, Shaggy:
[after noticing the fries are gone]
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After the credits are over, Daphne, Fred, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo talk to the audience about their adventure in Eric's Scooby-Doo game and this ends with Scooby and Shaggy visiting the Scooby from the game. See more »
The post credits scene where the Mystery Gang discusses their favorite parts about making the movie is usually removed from Cartoon Network broadcasts, most likely because of time constraints. See more »
Decent enough Scooby Doo movie, but I don't think it is the best one!
If I had to sum up Cyber Chase in one word, it would have to be decent, though I do think it is one of the weaker Scooby Doo movies, if far from the worst. The plot is a nice idea, but the middle half came across as rather rudimentary, and there were times when it didn't really go anywhere. The writing wasn't bad at all, Shaggy and Scooby are still their zany selves, but the other characters that aren't quite as well written. I wasn't hugely keen on the song playing while the gang were completing the other levels, and the film does to my liking start off slow. However, there are a lot of positives, such as the very nice animation, which was very colourful and fluid. And the voice acting was top notch, plus the Phantom Virus is a good villain. The highlight of the film is the climax, I loved the idea of the gang meeting their cyber selves, and bringing back past villains such as the Creeper. All in all, a little feeble in plot construction, but a mildly enjoyable Scooby feature. 6.5/10 Bethany Cox
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