Scooby-Doo and the Samurai Sword

Synopsis: The Mystery Inc. crew travels the globe on a transcontinental treasure hunt to solve a series of ancient riddles. Scooby-Doo and Shaggy are indoctrinated by an unlikely Sword Master.
Production: Warner Home Video
74 min

with a canine complex.


Most honored participants...

...welcome to Mirimoto Academy's

Tournament of Champions.

The finest martial artists

in all the world...

...have gathered here today

for one single purpose:

To prove that they are the best.

By this time tomorrow...

...most of you will be sent home

in humiliating defeat.

But there is one among you...

...who has already displayed

the heart of a champion.

Miss Daphne Blake?

Um, over here.


Can this be?

The tournament has not yet begun...

...and already you have defeated

the mighty Sojo.

I didn't mean to. It's just that... Eh...

This is most impressive.

Perhaps you would honor us...

...with a demonstration

of your superior skill.

As in right now?

Your opponent will always attack

when you least expect it.


Like, meow.

Talk about a kung-fu catfight, ha.

Uh-huh. Meow.

My hair band. I can't see.

Hey, that was a dirty trick.

The first rule of Mirimoto Academy:

If you want to win... must be willing to do

that which others are not willing to do.

Most impressive, Miss Blake.

You lack proper training...

...but I see in you much potential.

The tournament begins tomorrow

at sunrise...

...but tonight,

a feast has been prepared in your honor.

Hear that, Scoob?

Like, a feast in our honor.

Oh, boy.

Finally, something worth fighting for.

Boy, the service here is great...

...but, uh, our waitress

sure could use a suntan.

She's not a waitress, Freddy.

She's a geisha girl.

Geisha, the ancient Japanese tradition

celebrating exquisite beauty.

Speaking of beauty,

check out the buffet table.

Oh, ho, ho!

It's like there's a party in my stomach

and everything's invited.



Ha-ha-ha. Like, you must be

a black belt in kung food.


Forget the karate chop.

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