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Aloha, Scooby-Doo! (2005)

Not Rated | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | Video 8 February 2005
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The Mystery Gang goes to Hawaii for the Big Kahuna of Hanahuna Surfing Contest. However, the gang and the locals find the island invaded by the vengeful Wiki Tiki spirit and his demons.


Tim Maltby


Temple Mathews





Cast overview:
Frank Welker ... Scooby-Doo / Fred / Wiki Tiki / Interviewer (voice)
Casey Kasem ... Shaggy (voice)
Mindy Cohn ... Velma Dinkley (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Daphne Blake / Auntie Mahina / Local Woman #2 (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
Ray Bumatai Ray Bumatai ... Little Jim (voice)
Tia Carrere ... Snookie / Local Woman #1 (voice)
Teri Garr ... Mayor Molly Quinn (voice)
Mario Lopez ... Manu Tuiama / Mainland Surfer (voice) (as Mario López)
Adam West ... Jared Moon (voice)
Don Ho ... Special Musical Guest (voice)
Dick Dale ... Special Musical Guest (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker ... Tiny Tiki / Surfer on Bike / California Surfer Dude / Local Guy #1 / Wild Pig / Gecko / Flame Thrower (voice)
Tom Kenny ... Ruben Laluna / California Surfer / Tiny Tiki (voice)


When Daphne is given the opportunity to design clothes for a company in Hawaii, the entire gang travels along with her. As they are leaving for their destination, a man warns them that there are evil spirits on the island, but the gang is doubtful. When they arrive in Hanahuna, they are excited to watch the Big Kahuna of Hanahuna Surfing Contest, which Manu (a local) had won previously. Because the Mayor of the area welcomed everyone including mainlanders to the Surfing Contest, the Wiki Tiki spirit was angered. The gang and everyone in the area are threatened by the demons of the evil Wiki Tiki who also have kidnapped Manu's beautiful girlfriend Snookie. Written by katie

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As the Mystery Gang are searching the cave lair of the Wiki Tiki, they are passing by some carvings on a cave wall. A torch mounted on the wall flares up and startles Shaggy and Scooby, causing them to fall over. They land next to a skeleton dressed in a white hat, red shirt and blue bell-bottom pants. As a spider crawls out of the skeleton's eye socket, the music changes briefly to reflect the Gilligan's Island theme song. See more »


After the gang is chased by the Wiki-Tiki, they settle near a waterfall to talk. When Daphne first sits down, she puts both of her feet in the water. However in her next shot, she has on in the water and the other one under it, with the bottom of her bare foot almost completely facing the camera. See more »


[the gang are exploring a cave and Shaggy and Scooby are spooked by a skeleton dressed like Gilligan]
Shaggy: Fred, could I make a suggestion?
Fred Jones: Let me guess. You wanna leave and never come back.
Shaggy: Wow, groovy. It's like you read my mind.
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Follows Scooby-Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf (1988) See more »


That's the Way the Islands Say Aloha
Written by Thomas Chase (as Thomas Chase Jones)
Performed by Don Ho
Don Ho appears courtesy of Honey Records
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A good film for surfing lovers.
9 November 2019 | by silvermistvioSee all my reviews

Aloha Scooby-Doo is one of the Scooby-Doo animations produced in 2005. So, I'd say it's a bit old compared to those ones produced in 2010s. Still, I was surprised to see it's awesome quality. I'm not quite sure that they've enhanced the quality or they didn't, but based on the one I've got, the quality is so good to be the one produced in 2005. The images are sharp and yeah, it's quality is very good.

As I've said in the title, this film is concerning with surfing thing. I'm not that much into surfing, and I don't surf, but it's good to see how people are surfing and happy. And also, I like to see some Hawaii cultures. I've never seen it in any films. So, I'd say it's good to see in this one.

Moreover, I was so surprised to see it's very huge inside the volcano. Even people can live inside there. It's like a whole underground city. Thus, the creators' ideas are very cool.

That being said, there's something that is not possible. Dental floss scene. It's quite impossible that Dental Floss could hold a person. No matter Daphne's body is so light, I find it it's not possible that dental floss could hold it. So, it's entirely impossible. Furthermore, I find this film is somehow a bit boring. I was feeling sleepy during the movie. I know that Scooby-Doo films are interesting. But this one made me feel a little sleepy. I was trying not to fall asleep. So, if they have made it a bit less boring, it'd be good.

The mystery is also quite good. It's concerning with the Hawaii cultures and so, it seems to be a little difficult to guess the one who is responsible for all disturbances. But I could guess who that one is. They made it so obvious at the beginning of the film. That was a big mistake they've ever made in this film.

To say it overall, Aloha Scooby-Doo seems to be a good film to enjoy. But as for me, it's kind of boring and so predictable, so, compared to the other ones, this one is a little inferior to them. But if you're not sleepy and not thinking the other things when the film's started, you might find this one quite enjoyable.

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1.33 : 1
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