History WesternAnimation / ScoobyDooMeetsTheBooBrothers

22nd Sep '16 10:15:33 AM GhostHouse
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''Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers'' is a television special produced 1988 by Creator/HannaBarbera for the ''Superstars 10'' series. ScoobyDoo, Shaggy and [[TheScrappy Scrappy-Doo]] head down south to the Beauregard Mansion. The owner of the plantation, Colonel Beauregard, has passed away, and left everything to Shaggy. There, they learn that hidden somewhere on the property is a 'king's ransom' worth of treasures. However, like all old houses, the estate is haunted! Scrappy decides to hire some ghost exterminators. What our heroes get are the Boo Brothers: StraightMan Freako, wise-cracking Shrieko, and the aptly named Meeko.

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''Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers'' is a television special produced 1988 by Creator/HannaBarbera for the ''Superstars 10'' series. ScoobyDoo, Shaggy and [[TheScrappy Scrappy-Doo]] Scrappy-Doo head down south to the Beauregard Mansion. The owner of the plantation, Colonel Beauregard, has passed away, and left everything to Shaggy. There, they learn that hidden somewhere on the property is a 'king's ransom' worth of treasures. However, like all old houses, the estate is haunted! Scrappy decides to hire some ghost exterminators. What our heroes get are the Boo Brothers: StraightMan Freako, wise-cracking Shrieko, and the aptly named Meeko.
26th Jan '16 9:59:02 PM DuelMark
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* {{Kissgusting}}: Shaggy exclaims "Like yuck!" when Sadie Mae kisses him off screen.
22nd Jan '16 9:37:07 PM DuelMark
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* ForcefulKiss: Sadie Mae does this to Shaggy at least twice in the movie. Granted, because it's a kid's film, we never see lip contact. Shaggy's "Like yuck!" response suggests so.


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* {{Kissgusting}}: Shaggy exclaims "Like yuck!" when Sadie Mae kisses him off screen.


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* MySisterIsOffLimits: Billy Bob doesn't want Shaggy anywhere near his overly affectionate sister, giving him another reason to try and shoot him.
6th Jan '16 11:29:56 AM Berrenta
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* {{Kissgusting}}: Shaggy gets kissed by Sadie May repeatedly, presumably on the lips, and his response is "yuck" while running away.
28th Oct '15 2:16:36 PM FF32
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* {{Expy}}: The Boo Brothers are an obvious parody of ''TheThreeStooges''.

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* {{Expy}}: The Boo Brothers are an obvious parody of ''TheThreeStooges''.''Film/TheThreeStooges''.
27th Sep '15 6:52:39 PM Vox
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* TheIgor: Farquard.
16th Aug '15 4:27:02 PM nombretomado
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* AmericanAccents: Several southerns ones, with the sheriff's being more gentlemanly and the Scroggins siblings having more of a hillbilly vibe. The ghost of Shaggy's uncle uses a stronger drawl and speaks more slowly. Farquard instead uses more of a "creepy" voice with a slight European-ish accent.

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* AmericanAccents: UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents: Several southerns ones, with the sheriff's being more gentlemanly and the Scroggins siblings having more of a hillbilly vibe. The ghost of Shaggy's uncle uses a stronger drawl and speaks more slowly. Farquard instead uses more of a "creepy" voice with a slight European-ish accent.
4th Jul '15 9:39:30 AM Morgenthaler
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This was the first of the three ''Superstars 10'' movies to star Scooby, and rather conservative compared to its successors (''[[ScoobyDooAndTheGhoulSchool Ghoul School]]'' and ''[[ScoobyDooAndTheReluctantWerewolf Reluctant Werewolf]]''). The presence of real monsters is comparatively minimal, and the plot does contain several mysteries (complete with the classic ScoobyDooHoax), as opposed to the other two's emphasis on straight-up action and adventure.

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This was the first of the three ''Superstars 10'' movies to star Scooby, and rather conservative compared to its successors (''[[ScoobyDooAndTheGhoulSchool (''[[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheGhoulSchool Ghoul School]]'' and ''[[ScoobyDooAndTheReluctantWerewolf ''[[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheReluctantWerewolf Reluctant Werewolf]]''). The presence of real monsters is comparatively minimal, and the plot does contain several mysteries (complete with the classic ScoobyDooHoax), as opposed to the other two's emphasis on straight-up action and adventure.
25th Jun '15 5:26:17 AM GothicProphet
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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: [[spoiler: The Sheriff]] was behind some of the ghosts, but what about the candle that won't blow out? The hand that scratches Scooby's ear? Shaggy's trousers dancing a jig? The picture that threw a sword at Shaggy?
** The Skull Ghost is obviously a guy in a costume in some scenes, because you can see the black lining around the bones, but in earlier scenes the ghost has glowing eyes and no black lining, implying that some of the time, it's a real ghost.
** While Shaggy is reading one of the clues, two people are watching him. [[spoiler: The Sheriff]] didn't have an accomplice.
** And then there's Shaggy's uncle appearing at the end, and his voice is heard a while before that... Ghosts obviously do exist in this film, since the Boo Brothers are ones, so what's to stop some of the "ghosts" being real ghosts?
22nd Jun '15 9:53:12 PM Looneygamemaster
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* OohMeAccentsSlipping: A possibly intentional case: [[spoiler: when the Skull Ghost uncovers the treasure, he drops his British-esque accent and starts sounding Dixie.]]
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