IT'S THE START OF A BOO-TIFUL FRIENDSHIP WHEN SCOOBY AND SHAGGY GET UP-CLOSE AND SPOOKY WITH SOME SUPERNATURAL SIBLINGS. SPECIAL FEATURES: SCOOBY-DOO MUSIC VIDEO, JUKEBOX FEATURING ORIGINAL SCOOBY-DOO SONGS, SCOOBY SNACKS ... more »RECIPES AND SCOOBY-DOO TRIVIA.« less
Rebecca H. (rhoekstra) from MOROCCO, IN Reviewed on 9/5/2009...
Great movie! Love the original Scooby-Doo cartoons!
Classic Scooby-Doo At Its Best
M. B Evans | Madison, Mississippi United States | 03/14/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you grew up on Scooby-Doo like I did as a child in the 70's, then you will love this DVD. I own alot of Scooby videos, but when I surfed over to Amazon.com one night, and typed in Scooby-Doo in the DVD-video section and saw this DVD, I ordered it on the spot. Its about time they put the best cartoon that has ever graced Saturday morning tv on DVD format. If you love Scooby and the gang, and want the original classics(FIRST FIVE EPISODES) then, get this DVD, you will love it...."
Gabriel Fernandez | Canoga Park, CA | 02/08/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I will give you a description
What A night for a knight-An Old legend come true and a vanished archaeologist is in this episode
Hassle In The Castle-When the gang's boating stops they realizes that they are stuck in haunted isle and meet a ghost.
A Clue For Scooby Doo-The ghost of Captain Cutler stole many yatchs so the gang decides to solve the mystery.
Mine Your Own Business-The miner that Hank, the caretaker said the miner was looking for gold. Is this for real?
Decoy For A Dognapper-When Scooby was feeling bad about the kidnapped dog, he tells it to the dog. They listened to the radio and said "Dognappers Have strike Again". So Freddy says they have a mystery to solve."
Enjoyable Return to Childhood with the Original Scooby Doo!
Gary F. Taylor | Biloxi, MS USA | 11/08/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Scooby Doo and the gang may have hit the big screen, but this is the real stuff: the original Saturday morning cartoon series that so many of us grew up with. And although we might say we got this for our kids, the truth is that even as grown-ups we're addicted to these cartoon Scooby snacks ourselves!This particular DVD offers the first five episodes in the series, each one running just under half an hour. "What a Night for a Knight" finds the gang investigating a suit of armor that comes to life during the full moon. When their ship run aground on a spooky island, the gang visits a creepy castle in "Hassle in the Castle"--and encounters a ghost! "A Clue for Scooby Doo" concerns a ghostly scuba diver; "Mine Your Own Business" has the gang investigating 'the miner forty-niner' that haunts an old gold mine; and "Decoy for a Dognapper" finds Scooby himself dognapped and the gang searching an abandoned Indian village to find him. And you'll find all the stereotypes here: crazy clues, frantic chases, and the "ghosts" are NEVER real!The animation is pretty flat, the music is 1969 wannabe funky, the plots are loose and pretty silly--no one would ever accuse the series of being great art. But it has tremendous nostalgic appeal. The episodes seen here have not been restored, but to my mind the scratches, blips, and dust spots just add to the sense of watching an old favorite. The DVD includes a number of extras that the kids will enjoy... if you ever decide to share it with them!"
Scooby Doo deserves better than this!
Mitchell Diggs | Oxford, MS United States | 04/08/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"First off, Scooby Doo is my favorite Saturday morning series ever, and my 3-year-old loves it as much as I did when I was growing up. The stories, the music and the animation are all fun, so I was tickled when I found this DVD and got it to share with my son. He loves the DVD and watches it over and over, but every time we watch it, all I can see are the dust spots and scratches that are everywhere. It looks like the prints were gathering dust since 1969 and they never even bothered to clean the film before they slapped it in the duplicator! In some places, it's so bad that you watch pieces of fuzz blow across the picture while the action goes on. Come on, guys! Scooby Doo is a great property, so at least make sure the releases are quality work and not [something that] looks like you picked it up off the floor and sold it to us!"
Garrett Aja | North Las Vegas, NV | 05/14/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Scooby-Doo is one of the great TV cartoon stars, and the show, while cartainly fairly flimsy in the plot department (although pretty strong compared some of the other H-B cartoons), is still as entertaining as ever.This disc has the first five episodes in order (unlike most of the other discs, which are just random collections of episodes), which is a welcome change to the compilation discs and tapes. However, as always, the special features basically stink if you're above the age of like 8, and there still hasn't been any sort of series (or season) box set, so if you want the episodes in order, this is it."