After years of unmasking fake ghosts, the Mystery Gang have separated and acquired new careers, including Daphne being a reporter. For her birthday, Fred invites the whole gang to join their trip to Louisiana for Daphne's television show. They have many adventures but every ghost is just a villain in a costume. They soon meet Lena Dupree, who takes them to Moonscar Island in the hopes to encounter a real ghost. Things soon become creepy and the gang find themselves caught between vicious werecats and zombies lead by the ghost of Moonscar the Pirate.Written by
This film marks the first time someone besides Casey Kasem voices Shaggy in the Scooby-Doo franchise. Reason being, Casey Kasem refused to provide the voice of Shaggy if he would not be vegetarian like himself (Shaggy eats crayfish in this movie). Instead, Shaggy is voiced by Billy West. See more »
When Scooby is chasing the cats, he gets stuck in a log that has a hole in the top. This hole disappears a few seconds later. See more »
[after a birthday surprise by the gang]
I've been working so hard lately, I completely forgot today was my birthday.
I hope you don't mind. I asked the gang to come along.
Freddie, it's the best birthday present ever. It'll be like old times.
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After the ending credits, Scooby reappears, makes peace with Simone's cats and says his famous "Scooby Dooby Doo!" See more »
Horrible, just horrible. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera did not work on this movie and it showed. Without their talent, it just reeked of nonsense. This movie was more Jonny Quest-ish, the enemies were a real threat, Scooby Doo is cartoony and funny not seriously threatening. Casey Kasem and Heather North did not provide the voices of Shaggy and Daphne and they sounded horrible. This really was a disappointment. "Scooby Doo Meets the Boo Brothers" was real Scooby in feature length because Hanna and Barbera were there to produce, where are you now guys?!!
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