Scooby-Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf

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This made-for-TV animated feature stars only two regular members of the Mystery Machine gang: Scooby Doo and Shaggy (although Scrappy, a late addition to the series, is also present). In place of Freddy, Velma, and Daphne, we have Googie, Shaggy's girl friend. It seems that Shaggy and company are now involved in race car driving. By coincidence, in far-off Transylvania, Count Dracula is getting ready for the annual Monster Car Race -- a race that features such familiar faces as Frankenstein's Monster and his ...
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This made-for-TV animated feature stars only two regular members of the Mystery Machine gang: Scooby Doo and Shaggy (although Scrappy, a late addition to the series, is also present). In place of Freddy, Velma, and Daphne, we have Googie, Shaggy's girl friend. It seems that Shaggy and company are now involved in race car driving. By coincidence, in far-off Transylvania, Count Dracula is getting ready for the annual Monster Car Race -- a race that features such familiar faces as Frankenstein's Monster and his bride, the Mummy, Genghis Kong, and a pair of witches. Normally, the Werewolf is a part of the race, but he has fled this year and nothing Dracula can do will bring him back. As he desperately needs a werewolf for the race, Dracula sends the Hunch Bunch -- a pair of deformed brothers -- to America, where they transform Shaggy into a werewolf. Dracula tells Shaggy that he will take the spell off of him and return him to normal -- but only if he wins the Monster Car Race. That turns out to be easier said than done, especially since Dracula does everything in his power to see that Shaggy will lose and remain a werewolf forever.
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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
The Mystery, Inc. gang sat out this 1988 made-for-TV Scooby movie, in which race-car driver Shaggy is transformed into a werewolf by Count Dracula. Why would Drac do such a thing? To pad the field for his Transylvanian Grand Prix, naturally, which features the most ghoulish competitors to ever pursue a checkered flag. While this is hardly the sort of animation that lands its producers in the winner's circle, kids love the cowardly hound whose master is having his worst hair day ever. The Wolf Shag's fellow racers -- including Frankenstein, Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Snyde, the Swamp Thing, the Witch Sisters, the skeletal Mr. Bone Jangles -- and their amusing jalopies combine to make this outing monstrous fun.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/5/2002
  • UPC: 014764187839
  • Original Release: 1988
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  • Source: Turner Home Ent
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hamilton Camp Voice Only
Jim Cummings Voice Only
Joanie Gerber Voice Only
Ed Gilbert Voice Only
Casey Kasem Voice Only
Don Messick Voice Only, Voice Only
Brian Mitchell Voice Only
Pat Musick Voice Only
Alan Oppenheimer Voice Only
Rob Paulsen Voice Only
Mimi Seton Voice Only
B.J. Ward Voice Only
Frank Welker Voice Only
Technical Credits
Joseph Barbera Executive Producer
William Hanna Executive Producer
Jim Ryan Screenwriter
Berny Wolf Producer
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  • Posted April 10, 2011

    LOVE this movie!!

    I first saw this movie in the 90's when I was 7 years old and I love it! The story is very fun and funny and the adventure our Scooby Doo heros go on is very creative and awesome! Watching this movie brings back wonderful childhood memories!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    You Have To See This Movie

    Scooby and Shaggy get sucked into another adventure when Count Dracula decides to turn Shaggy into a werewolf. The only difference is that Shaggy can win his freedom if he wins the monster car race. However Dracula does everything he can to try to prevent Shaggy from winning. Watch as Shaggy and Scooby go through dozens of obstacles and give a performance any Scooby-Doo lover would truly appreciate. Once you watch this movie you will come back for more

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    Posted November 16, 2008

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