Chill Out, Scooby-Doo!

Synopsis: It's another variation of the classic Scooby-Doo plot device with the gang investigating a snow creature, but this time, it's on Mount Everest with the Abominable Snowman. Shaggy and Scooby-Doo wind up on the wrong flight and wind up going to India, ruining the Mystery Inc. gang's vacation in Paris. They learn about the Snowman and are really afraid, of course. Then it becomes a huge mystery to solve when Fred, Daphne and Velma try to find Scooby and Shaggy, as well as the snow creature.
Director(s): Joe Sichta
72 min

and viola!

Wait, this can't be right.


- The Himalayas?

- The Himalayas?

Home to Mount Everest.

And the headline-making mystery

of the abominable snowman.

Now, hold on. Just because

there's a mysterious monster on the loose... doesn't necessarily mean that Shaggy

and Scooby are going to get in trouble.

Does it?

We've got to get to Mount Everest.

Everybody in the van.

Sorry, Daphne, but it looks like you're

trading in your new heels for snowshoes.

Oh, just once, I'd like to have a vacation

that stays a vacation.

Like, elevator going down.

I'm very sorry, Pemba.

I don't know what came over me.

I should never have cut that rope.

Without you, I quickly became lost...

...and wandered in the blinding

snowstorm for hours.

I barely made it back here alive.

It is my own fault, professor.

I should not have taken you

as far as the forbidden lands.

But you did, Pemba.

And now the discovery of a lifetime

is still within our grasp.

The lost kingdom of Shangri-la...

...hidden from mankind for centuries.

Why, it's an archeologist's dream.

And it's right up there,

just waiting for me.

I mean, for us, of course.

It's waiting for us.

You may be right, but you forget.

Something else is waiting there too.

Don't you see?

The abominable snowman must be guarding

the secret entrance.

- That's how close we are.

- No. You do not understand.

We have angered the creature,

and now he will seek his revenge.

That is why everyone

is fleeing the village.

Not everyone, it seems.


- What are you doing here?

- I've brought you some hot tea.

No, I mean...

Hey, I'm listening to that.

Why are you still in the village?

You should be leaving with the others.

I'm not a little girl anymore, Pemba.

You can stop trying to frighten me

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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