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What's New Scooby-Doo, Vol. 9 - Route Scary6

Animation and Kids & Family movie directed by Jeffrey Gatrall

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What's new in this Scooby-Doo DVD?

  • Feb 6, 2011
If you're a complete Scooby-Doo fan like me, and you like to watch all of the episodes, then this is the DVD for you! The five episodes on this DVD are (currently) episodes that aren't played often as reruns on TV; instead, earlier episodes are played. Anyway, so these episodes were a lot of fun for me personally since I hadn't ever seen them, and they are:

Go West Young Scoob - In a western-themed town, robots start to go evil and out of control; so, of course, it's up to the gang to figure out what's going on.

Fright House of a Lighthouse - While visiting Fred's uncle, Mystery Inc. runs across the ghost of the ex-lighthouse keeper, who is haunting the lighthouse and turning off the light when ships are coming to shore.

Farmed and Dangerous - While visiting the Secret Six puppies, everyone is horrified to find out that a demon farmer is trying to scare everyone off the farm.

Gentlemen, Start Your Monsters - When Fred enters a car race the gang has to find out who or what is behind the monster truck that is knocking cars out of the competition one-by-one.

Camp Comeonawannascareya - Shaggy and Scooby are by themselves in this one as counselors at a summer camp where a glowing green toxic monster is terrorizing the campers and wrecking the camp.

Also included on the DVD are various language options, subtitle options, trailers, and three mini-games. All-in-all, this is a fun DVD with silly episodes from the "What's New, Scooby Doo?" collection, and I can highly recommend it to Scooby fans everywhere!

NOTE: In case you didn't know, some of the monsters included in the DVD may be scary to young children who are frightened easily.

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February 06, 2011
hahahah.You are giving me memories for sure. Thanks, JJ!
February 06, 2011
I know! Isn't it strange how much nostalgia Scooby-Doo can bring into someone's life? Lol! Thanks for commenting!
February 06, 2011
you better give me a scooby snack! LOL!
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4 TV episodes -- all themed around "roadtrips" 1) Fright House of a Lighthouse - Haunting of an abandon lighthouse wreaks havoc in a small Midwestern town. 2) Go West Young Scoob - The gang visits a robot resort for living out Western movie fantasies. 3) Farmed and Dangerous - The kids visit the Secret Six Puppies on their farm, only to discover it's being haunted by the Demon Farmer. 4) Gentlemen Start Your Montsters - The gang goes to a champion stock car race, and finds a pit stop with mayhem BONUS EPISODE: Camp Comeoninwannascareya - Shaggy and Scooby are camp counselors when a ghost story comes to life

DVD Features:
Additional Scenes:Bonus episode: "Camp Comeoninwannascareya"
Challenges:Scooby-Doo Mystery Roadtrip Challenge

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Director: Jeffrey Gatrall
DVD Release Date: June 6, 2006
Runtime: 30 minutes
Studio: WB Television Network, The
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