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Scooby-Doo Movies

Most of the Scooby-Doo movies follow a similar format to the tv shows, where the gang investigates a spooky mystery but the ghosts and monsters turn out to be human villains in disguise. There are exceptions to this format, however. Personally, I prefer the classic fake ghosts to the real ones, but I know that some people feel differently, and some would rather not know what's real and what's fake until they see the shows. But, for those who really want to know one way or the other, maybe before showing the movies to kids, I've decided to provide hidden spoiler sections under each movie description so that those who want to know can click on them to see a brief spoiler that explains which ghosts and monsters are real. The only exception will be movies where it is obvious immediately that there are real ghosts or monsters because there are some of those.

Animated Movies

Most of the Scooby-Doo movies are animated, although there are a few that are live-action.

Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers (1987)

Shaggy inherits an old plantation from his uncle, Colonel Beauregard. At first, the local sheriff tries to warn Shaggy, Scooby, and Scrappy away from the estate, saying that it's haunted, but they decide to go there anyway. When they arrive, they are chased by different ghosts, including the ghost of the Colonel. However, the manservant of the house, Farquard, also tells them that there is a hidden fortune on the property. Farquard says that he thinks that the fortune, a collection of jewels, should really belong to him, and he doesn't want Shaggy on the estate. Because of the ghosts, Shaggy really wants to leave, but his truck gets caught in quicksand, and they are forced to stay at the plantation over night.

Scrappy decides that what they really need is ghost exterminators, and he calls some. However, the exterminators, the Boo Brothers, turn out to be ghosts themselves, and they don't seem to be much help in catching the ghosts that haunt the plantation.

Much of the movie parodies old dark house movies as Shaggy, Scooby, and Scrappy hunt for the hidden treasure and face off against the ghosts of the house.

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Although the Boo Brothers are real ghosts, the other ghosts that Shaggy, Scooby, and Scrappy see are fake, just criminals out to get the treasure for themselves. After they find the treasure, and the criminals are unmasked, Shaggy gives the old house to the Boo Brothers, who need a house of their own to haunt, and he gives the money to charity. The ghost of Colonel Beauregard also turns out to be real, but Shaggy and the dogs just leave quickly, so they don't have to deal with it.

Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School (1988)

Shaggy, Scooby, and Scrappy get jobs as gym teachers at a school, Miss Grimwood's Finishing School for Girls. HOwever, when they arrive, they discover that it's really a school for ghouls! All of the girls at the school are the daughters of famous monsters, like Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, the werewolf, and the mummy. Shaggy and Scooby are scared and want to leave immediately, but the headmistress and the girls persuade them to stay.

The girl/ghoul school is next door to a military academy with normal human boys, and the two schools sometimes meet for volleyball matches. The boys know that the girls at the school are pretty weird, but they always win against them at volleyball. The reason why the girls want new gym teachers is so that they can finally start winning. In spite of their fear, Shaggy and the dogs help the girls to train, using ballet to help build up their strength. They win the next volleyball match when Scooby accidentally interferes with the boys' attempts to cheat.

However, danger soon threatens the school and the girls. A witch called Revolta has a plot to hypnotize the girls and turn them evil. Shaggy, Scooby, and Scrappy have to save them with the help of the boys from the military school!

There really isn't any mystery to this show. The monsters are all real, obviously so from the beginning, and the only thing that the audience doesn't know is how Shaggy and the dogs will foil the witch's evil plot.

Scooby-Doo! and the Reluctant Werewolf (1988)

All of the world's famous monsters get together every year in Transylvania for a race. The winner is declared "Monster of the Year." However, this particular year, the Wolfman decides that he will retire and not take part in the race. Dracula, who hosts the race, is concerned that they might have to cancel the race if they are short a racer, and Dracula's minion suggests that they create a new werewolf to replace the Wolfman. They select Shaggy as the candidate to become the next werewolf.

The monsters in this story are real, and when he is changed into a werewolf, his friends have to find a way to change him back.

Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island (1998)

The members of the gang have grown up, and they've been living separate lives, following different careers. However, Fred reunites the gang for some mystery hunting as a surprise for Daphne's birthday. After investigating several fake monsters, just like old times, they are invited to investigate a pirate ghost that is haunting an estate on an island in a Louisiana bayou.

When they get there, they find more than just pirate ghosts. The gang runs into Confederate soldier ghosts and zombies. What is going on?

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This is one of the stories where the ghosts and monsters are all real. The twist of the story is that the zombies are not trying to attack the gang but to warn them that the estate and its owners are dangerous. They drain the life forces of people who come to their island in order to keep themselves immortal, turning their victims into zombies. The gang disrupts their ritual to break the curse and escape.

Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost (1999)

Velma is a fan of Ben Ravencroft, who writes horror stories. After he helps the gang with a case, he invites them to visit his hometown in Massachusetts. There, they learn than an ancestor of Ravencroft's, Sarah, was accused of witchcraft and executed by Puritans in the 17th century. In modern times, the town's mayor has been trying to turn the town into a tourist attraction where people can learn about 17th century life, and the town is also trying to capitalize on stories of Sarah's ghost, which supposedly still haunts the town. Ben Ravencroft says that the things that the townspeople have been saying about Sarah aren't true and that she was only a Wiccan, someone who uses herbs as medicine. He believes that Sarah left a journal somewhere, and he wants to find it so that he can prove to everyone who she really was.

This is the movie that introduces the characters of the Hex Girls, a goth-themed rock band that appears in some of the more recent Scooby-Doo series. In this movie, the band is performing at a local event.

Soon, the gang runs into the witch's ghost. When they finally locate Sarah's old book, what will it tell them about Sarah?

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This movie includes both a fake ghost and a real ghost. The first witch's ghost that the gang encounters is a fake one that is being used as a publicity device to encourage tourists to come to the town. However, from Sarah's book, they learn that Sarah actually was a real, evil witch, and Ben Ravencroft actually brings back her ghost to help him become powerful. Unfortunately, Sarah has no loyalty to Ben, and the Hex girls have to help the gang to imprison Sarah's ghost in her book, as other Wiccans did centuries earlier.

Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders (2000)

The gang is driving near Roswell, New Mexico when Shaggy, who is driving, spots a UFO and accidentally crashes the van.

This is the movie that introduces the characters of the Hex Girls, a goth-themed rock band that appears in some of the more recent Scooby-Doo series. In this movie, the band is performing at a local event. While the rest of the gang goes to a diner to ask for direction, Scooby and Shaggy stay with the van and see a jackalope. They chase after it when it steals a Scooby Snack, and they see aliens in a cave.

When they go to the diner and tell everyone what they saw, the waitress and chef say that other people have seen aliens, too, and that there have been strange lights and sounds in the area and mysterious disappearances of livestock. A local man named Lester says that he was once abducted by aliens. Needing a place to stay for the night, the gang ends up staying with Lester. During the night, Shaggy and Scooby are abducted by aliens. While attempting to escape, they are cornered by the aliens and pass out.

When Scooby and Shaggy wake up, they meet a photographer named Crystal and her dog, Amber. Shaggy immediately develops a crush on Crystal, and Scooby falls in love with Amber. At first, Crystal says that she is there to photograph the jackalope, but later tells the gang that she's a government agent. There is an organization nearby called the Search for Alien Life Forms (SALF), and since they put up their satellite dishes, strange things have been happening.

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This movie includes both fake aliens and real ones. The fake aliens are the SALF crew. While putting up their sattelite dishes, they located gold on government land. They have been mining the gold in secret and using their alien act to scare people away. However, Crystal and Amber turn out to be real aliens. They are from the UFO that Shaggy saw at the beginning. In the end, Crystal and Amber have to return to their home planet. Scooby and Shaggy are sad, but they cheer themselves up with Scooby Snacks.

Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase (2001)

A couple of college students and their professor are working in their computer lab when a virtual creature called the Phantom Virus comes out of a computer game that was based on the gang's previous adventures. The gang is friends with one of the students, Eric, and he tells them about the creature, which is now terrorizing the campus, saying that the creature was brought to life by an experimental laser. The laser has the ability to send objects into cyberspace.

The gang tries to track down the creature, but then someone activates the laser again, sending the gang into the computer game. In order to get back out of the game, they have to complete all the game's levels and reach the end. In the end, they also have to confront the Phantom Virus.

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The Phantom Virus is real, and the gang really gets taken into the computer game. However, there is a real human villain, the person who used the laser to create the virus and trap the gang in the game. When the gang gets out of the game, they expose the villain, who is arrested.

Scooby-Doo and the Legend of the Vampire (2003)

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The gang goes on vacation in Australia and decides to attend the "Vampire Rock Music Festival" at a place called Vampire Rock. There is a legend about the place that says that a vampire called the Yowie Yahoo lives there, and some people are worried that the vampire will be disturbed by the rock festival. The Hex Girls (introduced in Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost) are taking part in the festival, and the gang is glad to see them.

However, other people tell the gang that a number of other performers have left because of the vampire stories and because the vampire and his minions appeared earlier and carried off one of the musicians. Some people believe that the vampire's minions are also musicians who had participated in a past rock festival and mysteriously disappeared shortly afterward. Fred decides that the gang should investigate the mystery while posing as a band in the festival called the Meddling Kids.

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The vampires are all fake. It turns out that they really are the members of the band that had supposedly disappeared. Because they did not win the contest at the previous rock festival, they were using the vampire legends to scare away rivals in this year's festival so that they could win and revamp their careers. When they abducted some of the other musicians, rather than holding them prisoner, they gave them tickets for a Great Barrier Reef diving tour to get rid of them.

Scooby-Doo and the Monster of Mexico (2003)

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Fred's pen-pal in Mexico, Alejo, invites him to visit for the Day of the Dead and to bring his friends with him. Alejo and his family own and operate a nice hotel with plenty of room for everyone.

When the gang arrives, they learn that the Chupacabra is terrorizing the town. Because of the monster, other hotel guests have been frightened away. Also, a pushy businessman has been trying to persuade Alejo and his family to sell him their land. The gang decides to investigate the situation in order to help Alejo. On the Day of the Dead, not only do they have to face the Chupacabra, but the ghost of Alejo's father in the cemetery.

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The monster and the ghost are both fake, created by the same team of villains. The pushy businessman isn't responsible, but another businessman has had his eye on family's land as well, and knowing that the family has already refused to sell it, he decided to use the monster and ghost to pressure them to sell. His accomplice is Alejo's brother's fiance, who used to work for him and is secretly still his girlfriend.

Scooby-Doo and the Loch Ness Monster (2004)

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The gang goes to Scotland to visit Daphne's cousin, Shannon, who owns a castle by Loch Ness and is hosting the Highland Games this year. When they arrive, Shannon tells them that the Loch Ness Monster has appeared and is terrorizing the area. Sir Ian Locksley, who is the judge for the games, thinks that the monster stories are all nonsense, but his former assistant at the museum, Professor Fiona Pembroke believes in the monster and is trying to find it. After some terrifying run-ins with the creature, during which the games fields are trashed, the gang realizes that they must find the monster before the games can proceed!

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The monster is fake, but there are multiple people involved in the fake. Professor Pembroke is mainly responsible because she sees the Highland Games as her only opportunity to convince Sir Ian of the monster's existence. She recently took photographs of the monster herself, which are not good enough to be conclusive evidence of the monster's existence but are compelling enough to warrant further searching. However, because Sir Ian is a dedicated skeptic, she couldn't persuade him to look at her photographs and believe her. Since he was coming for the games, she decided to creat a fake monster (a couple of them actually, one for walking on land and one for being in the water) so that Sir Ian could have his own sightings and be more inclined to believe hers. She recruited a couple of local practical jokers to help her, and they agreed to participate just for the thrill of it.

Scooby-Doo in Where's My Mummy?(2005)

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Velma is part of an archaeological group in Egypt that is working on restoring the Sphinx. They unexpectedly uncover a hidden tomb beneath the sphinx. When her friends arrive in Egypt to visit her, she shows them the tomb and a strange ankh necklace that she found. However, a wealthy adventurer and treasure hunter (much like Lara Croft in Tomb Raider) shows up with her entourage to raid the tomb. The archaeological group is unable to prevent them from entering the tomb, especially when a sudden sandstorm sends them all inside, seeking shelter. They try to discourage the treasure hunters by telling them about the curse on the tomb, which is supposedly guarded by the ghost of Cleopatra and her army of undead mummies.

Soon, the undead mummies do attack, and some of the people in the tomb are apparently turned to stone ... including Velma! The gang, separated in the tomb, struggles to get back together and face the ghost of Cleopatra to save Velma.

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Velma is actually the one playing the ghost of Cleopatra, and other members of the archaeological team are playing the army of mummies. They've been faking the hauntings in order to scare off the treasure hunters. In the end, the gang also exposes the frauds of a man who has established a colony of people who try to live as those they're Ancient Egyptians and manages to give Cleopatra's treasure back to the people of Egypt.

Aloha, Scooby-Doo (2005)

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The gang gets a free trip to Hawaii because Daphne is going to be designing some new swimsuits for a beachwear company. While they're in Hawaii, they want to see the Big Kahuna of Hanahuna Surfing Contest. Until recently, only natives of Hawaii could participate in the contest, but now the mayor is allowing others to join. Some of the local people aren't happy about outsiders taking part in their contest. They also aren't happy about a new resort being built in the area.

Shortly before the contest begins, Wiki-Tiki demons attack the town and kidnap Snookie, the girlfriend of one of the surfers. Many of the other surfers and tourists flee in panic. Local people blame the increased tourism for angering the spirits. However, the gang isn't frightened away and begins to investigate the mystery.

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The monsters are fake. Snookie and her surfer boyfriend were trying to frighten away the tourists and the resort owners so that they could buy up land cheap and make a profit on it later.

Scooby-Doo Pirates Ahoy (2006)

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Fred's parents treat him and his friends to a mystery-themed cruise, but things get off to a rocky start when the gang manages to solve all of the cruise's available mysteries too quickly (some of them even by accident), spoiling things for the other people on the cruise. Then, the ship picks up a shipwrecked man who raves about being attacked by ghost pirates. At first, the gang assumes that this is just another mystery put together by the cruise and they promise that they won't get in the way of this one. A strange billionaire also joins the cruise. That night, at a costume party, a hypnotist entertains the guests, hypnotizing most of them, but not Scooby or Shaggy. The ship is then attacked by ghost pirates, and the gang realizes that this mystery isn't one of the fake ones for the cruise.

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The billionaire and the hynotist are working together to fake the pirates. They need the shipwrecked man, an astral cartographer (someone who maps the stars) in order to find a sunken meteor. The billionaire is convinced that the meteor will help him travel back in time so that he can live a life of high adventure as a pirate, and the hypnotist wants the meteor because it's made of gold and can make him rich. When cruise guests disappear, it is because they were hypnotized to join the crew of pirate "ghosts," including Fred's mother.

Chill Out, Scooby-Doo (2007)

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Scooby and Shaggy are supposed to join their friends in Paris for a vacation, but their airplane takes them to the Himalayas instead! They are abducted by a hunter, Alphonse LaFleur, who is looking for the Abominable Snowman and wants to use them as bait. In a small village, they meet Professor Jeffries and a Sherpa named Pemba. The professor has been looking for the Abominable Snowman also, but he wants to study it, not kill it.

Shaggy and Scooby talk to the High Lama of the village and ask him if there's a way that they can contact their friends in Paris. The High Lama tells them more about the Abominable Snowman and says the only phone nearby that they can use is at the weather station. When Shaggy and Scooby go to the weather station, they discover that it's manned by Del Chillman, a man they met earlier in Scooby-Doo and the Loch Ness Monster, who believed in the Loch Ness monster and was searching for it. After further investigation, Del and his friends were unable to locate Nessie, so he decided to leave Scotland. He has developed a new interest in the Abominable Snowman and got a job working at the weather station. In between weather reports, he plays music to entertain the locals and acts as a DJ.

Meanwhile, the rest of the gang has come to the Himalayas in search of Shaggy and Scooby. Can the gang solve the mystery of the Abominble Snowman?

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The monster is fake, played by Pemba's sister, Minga. She has developed a crush on Del and wanted to make the monster real for him in order to get his attention. Del is impressed and falls in love with Minga. The two of them become boyfriend and girlfriend. They also discover that Professor Jeffries has been illegally mining crystals in the area.

Scooby-Doo and the Goblin King (2008)

On Halloween night, the gang goes to a Halloween carnival and watches a magic show, but the magician, The Amazing Krudsky, refused to let Scooby into the show. Angry at Scooby being exclused, Scooby and Shaggy expose the magician's tricks to his audience, and the customers walk out on him. The entire gang is thrown out of the carnival. However, later that evening, Krudsky discovers a real fairy princess and kidnaps her to use her powers to make himself into a magician who can do real magic.

Meanwhile, the gang has gone trick-or-treating, and Scooby and Shaggy stop at a house that advertises itself as a real magic shop. Since a storm is starting, they decide to go inside. The owner of the shop tells them that magic really exists, and Krudsky and Willow show up. Krudsky turns the shop owner into rabbit and steals equipment from the shop. The shop owner tells Scooby and Shaggy that Krusky's next target will probably be the scepter of the Goblin King and that if Krusky gets his hands on that, the magical disturbance would cause Halloween to last forever, and all of the humans in the world will be turned into monsters. Scooby and Shaggy must go to the spirit world and prevent that from happening!

This is one of the Scooby-Doo movies that features real monsters, and there is no mystery about who or what the monsters really are.

Scooby-Doo and the Samurai Sword (2009)

In a museum of ancient history in Tokyo, Japan, the spririt on an evil ancient warrior called the Black Samurai comes back to life. The gang is also in Tokyo, where Daphne is preparing to take part in a martial arts tournament. At the tournament, they meet the curator of the museum, Mr. Takagawa, who tells them about the Black Samurai. He says that the Black Samurai will come after the Destiny Scroll, which is kept at the martial arts school where the tournament is taking place. That night, he does attack the school with his gang of ninjas and takes the scroll. However, the woman in charge of the school says that the scroll he took was only a copy.

According to the legend of the Black Samurai, he was corrupted by the evil contained within the sword that he wielded. He was eventually defeated by the Green Dragon, who imprisoned him within his sword and hid it. The location of the cursed sword is contained within the Destiny Scroll, which is why the Black Samurai wants it. With the help of their Japanese friends, the gang searches for the legendary sword to stop the Black Samurai.

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Some of the ghosts are real. At first, the woman in charge of the martial arts school fakes the attack to get the Destiny Scroll by using robots that look like ninjas. What she really wants is help to solve the riddle in the scroll and find the cursed sword. Once she finds the sword, she releases the spirit of the Black Samurai because she wants to make things in Japan like they were in feudal times, and she thinks that she can command the Black Samurai to help her. However, the Black Samurai has no interest in helping her. The gang finds the Green Dragon and his sword and uses them to help defeat the Black Samurai.

Scooby-Doo Abracadabra-Doo (2010)

Velma's younger sister, Madelyn, is studying magic at a school for stage magicians in an old castle, the Whirlen Merlin Magic Academy, and Velma's mother asks Velma to stop by and check on her. When the gang arrives, they learn that a griffin has attacked the castle, frightening off many of the students and staff. To help Madelyn and the school, the gang signs up for classes and starts to investigate the mystery.

Among the suspects is Curdles, a businessman who made his name in the ice cream business. Curdles has been trying to buy the castle. Meanwhile, Madelyn finds out about an ancient staff that belonged to the original owner of the castle. Supposedly, the griffin was originally supposed to protect the castle, and the staff could control it. However, the staff is currently in the original owner's tomb on a nearby island that is haunted by a banshee.

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The griffin and banshee are both inventions of the brother of the man who owns the magic school. He is also an excellent magician who works at the school, and although he does a lot of work for his brother, he never really gets the credit for what he does.

Scooby-Doo Camp Scare (2010)

Fred convinces the rest of the gang to join him at Camp Little Moose as camp counselors. Fred used to attend Camp Little Moose when he was a kid and has fond memories of the summer camp. However, when they arrive, they are told that one of the camp's traditional ghost stories about a camp counselor who went crazy, the Woodsman, has come to life and has scared away most of the campers. The only kids at the camp are three kids who arrived late and didn't see the Woodsman: Luke, Trudy, and Deacon.

In order to save the camp, Fred convinces the head counselor, Burt, to keep the camp open for the remaining three campers while he and the gang investigate the mystery. Soon, another camp legend about a kid who turned into a fish monster also comes to life as well as a legendary Spectre, who is supposedly the spirit of a lost hiker. There are secrets at the bottom of the lake that separates Camp Little Moose from Camp Big Moose, a larger, more modern, rival summer camp.

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Beneath the lake is the remains of a town that used to be called Moose Creek. The town was evacuated and flooded years ago when the dam was built. There is a hidden treasure within the town that someone wants, but in order to drain the water from the lake to get it, Camp Little Moose will be flooded, which is why someone wanted to scare everyone away from the camp, using its ghostly legends. At least, most of the ghosts and monsters were fake. At the very end of the movie, it turns out that the Spectre hiker is real. (You have to watch the bit after the ending credit to see it.)

Scooby-Doo Legend of the Phantosaur (2011)

Shaggy had a nervous breakdown after the gang's most recent adventure, so his friends take him to a spa in New Mexico in order to relax. They attend a barbecue being held in the town nearby and learn about a paleontological dig. While the others go to see the dig, Scooby and Shaggy stay at the barbecue. When they leave, they encounter the Phantosaur, the ghost of a dinosaur!

This encounter leaves Shaggy badly shaken. The owner of the spa helps Shaggy and Scooby to relax, and he decides to use a form of hypnosis on Shaggy as therapy. Under the influence of the hypnosis, Shaggy becomes completely fearless, with the word "bad" acting as a trigger for his fearlessness. If he hears the word again, he reverts back to his normal self. Of course, this leads to all kinds of bizarre situations where Shaggy is alternately courageous and cowardly, getting himself into and out of trouble.

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The Phantosaurs (there are actually two of them) are robots created by people who are mining silver in the area. They were trying to scare the paleontologists because they were in the way of their mining. Some of the members of the paleontological team are also guilty of faking dinosaurs wth a hologram projector beause they found a unique artifact at the dig that they wanted to keep for themselves. Velma is disappointed because she had a crush on one of them, but she says that she still might be willing to date him when he eventually gets out of prison.

Scooby-Doo Music of the Vampire (2012)

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Velma persuades the others to go to a small southern town that is hosting a vampire festival. The vampire festival seems to be suffering from lack of funds, and so is the vampire museum in town. The man who runs the museum, Vincent Van Helsing, shows the gang an ancient book about vampires and jewelry that supposedly belonged to the bridge of a vampire. The museum also has a casket that supposedly contains the body of a vampire called Valdronya. A troupe of performers at the festival claim that they are performing a ritual that can bring vampires back to life. At first, everyone thinks that it's just a show, but the ritual seems to revive Valdronya.

The gang is attacked by Valdronya, and the vampire actors kidnap Daphne to be his bride.

Unlike most Scooby-Doo movies, this one is a musical, and the characters sing throughout the show.

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The vampires are all fake. Van Helsing plays the part of Valdronya as a publicity stunt to promote tourism for his museum and sales for his books about vampires. He tricked the actors into helping him by making them think that he could really turn them into vampires and make them immortal.

Big Top Scooby-Doo (2012)

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Fred takes the gang to visit a circus. When they arrive, the circus isn't open, and they see someone chasing a werewolf. The man chasing the werewolf turns out to be the ringmaster of the circus, Marius, and he tells the gang that the werewolf has scared off many performers and that expensive jewelry seems to disappear when it's around. Marius thinks that perhaps one of his remaining performers might actually be the werewolf, but he's not sure which one. The gang decides to investigate, and Marius hires them as circus performers. Daphne does motorcycle stunts, Fred works on the high wire, Velma becomes a human cannonball, and Shaggy and Scooby do a trained dog act that causes friction between them when Shaggy takes all the credit for the act.

As the members of the gang learn their new circus positions and meet the other performers, some of the other performers start disappearing, apparently also turned into werewolves. The circus will also be doing a special performance for a rock singer who has a werewolf theme. Is he part of the mystery or a likely next victim because of the famous jewel he wears?

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Two of the circus performers are responsible for faking the werewolves. The rock singer had nothing to do with it. The kidnapped performers were hidden, and trained baboons were disguised as werewolves.

Scooby-Doo Mask of the Blue Falcon (2013)

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The gang goes to a comic book convention, where Scooby and Shaggy enter a costume contest dressed as Blue Falcon and Dynomutt, their favorite superheroes. There is going to be a new movie about the Blue Falcon, much darker than the original series. Fred thinks that it sounds interesting, but Shaggy and Scooby prefer the original old tv series. The actor who played the original Blue Falcon is at the convention as well, but he is bitter about what his character has become and about being neglected in favor of the newer, younger actor, who really doesn't know anything about the history of the character or the original comic books.

Then, the convention is attacked by Mr. Hyde, one of the villains from the original Blue Falcon series. Is it a publicity stunt by the people making the new Blue Falcon movie or a form of revenge from the older actor?

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Mr. Hyde is a fake, but not by either the older actor or the creators of the new movie. Someone else has noticed the bitter feelings of the old actor and is planning to use him as the scapegoat for a larger scheme. When the true villain is revealed, the creators of the movie come to an understanding with the older actor and decide that they will change the ending of the new movie so that the role of the Blue Falcon is one that is passed down through a family, with the older actor playing the part of the Original Blue Falcon, the father of the New Blue Falcon.