Aloha, Scooby-Doo

Synopsis: When Daphne is given the opportunity to design clothes for a company in Hawaii, the entire gang travels along with her. As they are leaving for their destination, a man warns them that there are evil spirits on the island, but the gang is doubtful. When they arrive in Hanahuna, they are excited to watch the Big Kahuna of Hanahuna Surfing Contest, which Manu (a local) had won previously. Because the Mayor of the area welcomed everyone including mainlanders to the Surfing Contest, the Wiki Tiki spirit was angered. The gang and everyone in the area are threatened by the demons of the evil Wiki Tiki who also have kidnapped Manu's beautiful girlfriend Snookie.
Director(s): Tim Maltby
74 min

Over here!

- Over here!

It was a blast!


Yeah, Manu!

You show them, Manu! Yeah.


Hey, man. Chill out.

- Hang loose, bro.

- Get real, man.

Just because you live here

doesn't mean you own the ocean.


Yeah, that's right!

- All right!

Nice work!

All right!


Oh. Way to go, Manu.

That was awesome.

You're my big kahuna.

Aw. Snookie.

Manu, you're my big kahuna too.

What's up with all these

mainlanders anyway?

The Big Kahuna of Hanahuna contest

is supposed to be a local thing, man.

Hey, do I look worried?

I've got surfing in my blood.

My ancestors have been riding

these waves for generations.

I still don't think those mainlanders

have any business here.

No worries, Little Jim.

The competition only makes me

get more into my groove.

- I say, "Bring it on, baby."

- Yeah.

I don't know, Manu.

The island spirits won't like it.

Spirits? Trying to scare us...

...with your island-spirit

mumbo jumbo won't help.

You're going down this year, Manu.

Let's hit the waves, dudes.

Come on. Let's go.



Snookie! Look out!

Get off of me!

Help! Help me!


Oh, help!


What happened?

Where's Snookie?

They... They took her.

The tiki spirits.

The curse of the Wiki Tiki!

Like, I don't mean to be picky, Fred, but

are you sure you know what we're doing?

Of course. I read the instructions.

Well, part of them, anyway.

Now, there's nothing to it.

Just wait for a gust of wind,

and off you go!

Like, you gotta be kidding me.

The problem with being chicken, Scoob... that chickens don't fly!


That's it. You've got it.

Now, just hang on.

No problem there.


I think we've got it, Scoob.


There was one thing

I was wondering, though.

- What's that?

- Like, how do you land these things?

I don't know. I didn't get that far

in the instruction book.

Aha. Hold it. Hold it.

Just stay right there, little fella.

Look, Daphne.

I got a shot of a rare nene.

Wow, cool!

Ah... This is the life, isn't it?

Boy, it sure was neat

of the Goha Aloha Company... let you try designing clothes.

- I'll say.

And this all-expense-paid trip

to Hawaii sure is some perk.

I know. I think these geckos

are going to look super...

...on my new swimwear line.


These digital pictures can be

silk-screened right onto the swimwear.

I hope Jared Moon from

Goha Aloha likes my designs.

Jeepers. Some of these critters

sure are weird-looking.

Tell me about it.

Now, that's what I call

smooth sailing.


I guess us chickens can fly after all.

Yeah, they just

don't know how to land.

Jeepers. For a tiny island,

there sure is a lot of traffic.

What the heck is going on?

Like, where's everybody going?

Anywhere but Hanahuna, that's where.

Hanahuna? That's where I'm supposed

to meet the rep from Goha Aloha.

The island guide gives Hanahuna

an eight on its charm-o-meter.

Yeah. Well, I give it a 1O

on the it-creeps-me-out-meter.

That Hanahuna is one spooky place.

If you're heading there,

you'd better hurry.

The place is being overrun

by evil tiki spirits.

I'm so out of here.

Evil spirits? Like, you can count me out.

- Evil tiki spirits? I doubt that highly.

- Well, whatever it is, we'd better go...

...check it out and pronto.

- Let me get this straight.

There may be something spooky

going on on Hanahuna...

...and you think we better go

check it out.

How about you send

Scoob and me a postcard?

Well, if you insist.

But I wouldn't be surprised

if over in Hanahuna...

...we found some

delicious macadamia nuts.

Ooh. Macadamia nuts.

Why would anyone want to leave here?

Something must have frightened

them to make them want to move...

...from such a beautiful place.

What's that stuff they're mashing?

They're pounding taro into

a unique Hawaiian food called poi.

It was a staple in the diet

of ancient Hawaiians.

Would you like to taste it?


We are making this special batch

as an offering.

An offering to who?


Never mind.

Please enjoy your stay.


Now, that's what I call

an island retreat.

Even the locals

seem to be really spooked.

Maybe those surfers were right.

There could be something weird going on.

I'll bet the Goha Aloha guy,

Jared Moon, will know.

Beware of Hawaii's

most terrifying spirit...

...the scourge of the Pacific.

Get your Wiki Tiki charms now.

Don't wind up as a human sacrifice.

Get your Wiki Tiki charms now.

That's it.

Better safe than sorry.

Folks, today only...

This is your contact

from Goha Aloha?

Cool van.

Not as styling as

the Mystery Machine, of course.

Mr. Moon. I'm Daphne Blake.

I was supposed to meet you.

Oh, yeah. Right.

The hot new Goha Aloha designer.

The flavor du jour.

Step into my office.

- Your office?

- Um...

Excuse me for saying so,

but isn't it odd for a company rep... work out of a van

down by the beach?

Company car, sweetie.

This little venture's

something I'm doing on the side...

...when I'm not moving

and shaking with Goha Aloha.

First thing you gotta learn

about sales, sister:

You gotta strike while the iron's hot.

And these babies are H-O-T, hot.

- Boy, business is booming, huh?

- Are you kidding me?

I can barely keep

these babies in stock.

Once I sell my last batch,

I'm out of here.

And if you know what's good for you,

you'll do the same.

- What are these things?

- Charms. Talismans.

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