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



See, professor? The ancient carvings,

just as I promised you.

So the legend is true.

Yes. It's all here,

just as the manuscript describes.

I've found it at last.

Come, Pemba. The lost kingdom

of Shangri-la awaits.


I am sorry, professor.

We dare not go further.

These lands are forbidden.

Forbidden? By whom?

Look around. We're the only ones here.


...we are not alone.

We should not be here.

He is coming.

No, Pemba. We can't quit now,

not when we're so close.

You do not understand. We must hurry.

Then I'll go alone.





I have seen the creature.

Don't you just love Paris?

The city, the sights, the shopping.

Isn't it romantic, Freddie?

Oh, man, I think I'm in love.

This new cell phone rocks.

It's got hi-def video, an MP3 player,

even satellite GPS.

I'm, like, totally geeking.

Really? How can you tell?

I don't know which is worse:

Fred and his phone,

or you and your newspapers.

I thought we were supposed

to be on vacation.

We are.

You know how I like reading

in a foreign language.

Listen to this, gang.

Climbers on Mount Everest claim

to have seen the abominable snowman...

...a mysterious creature believed to exist

in the high Himalayas.

Oh, no. Not this time, Velma.

I don't care if it's in English,

French or Swahili.

There will be no talk of mysteries

or monsters on this trip.

Do you hear me?

Yes, I hear you.

Can I have my cheeks back now?

Speaking of mysteries, Shaggy and Scooby

were supposed to meet us here...

...over an hour ago.

Where could they be?

Knowing those two, they've probably

been sidetracked by their stomachs.


What a great idea, Scoob.

Like, I've always wanted

to fly an all-you-can-eat airline.

Yeah, me too.

Like, gee whiz. Shouldn't we have landed

in Paris by now?

We're coming up on the drop zone.

Mount Everest, dead ahead.

Mount Everest, tallest mountain

in the world...

...and home to the abominable snowman.

- So you're really going through with this?

- But of course.

I am Alphonse Lafleur,

the world's greatest hunter.

Now, I come in search

of the world's greatest prize.

But I thought the abominable snowman

is just a myth.

How do you catch a monster

that may not even exist?

With a bait no monster can resist.

What can they want now?

Hello, anybody home?


And thank you for flying Alphonse

Lafleur's Le Monde Grande Tours.

We are going to be landing very shortly.

Boy, are we glad to hear that.

Like, my stomach is already coming in

for a three-snack landing.

- You have eaten everything?

- Almost.

Like, I'm still saving the last slice

of peanut butter and pineapple pizza... case of an emergency.


The pooch is still hungry, no?

We have lots of yummy goodies

waiting for you in the VIP lounge.

This is the VIP lounge?

You are on the package tour, no?

I didn't know that that meant

we were the package.

You said it, Scoob.

Like, I think we've just been bumped

from first class to worst class.

Zoinks, like, now, we know

how it feels to be lost luggage.

As if things weren't bad enough,

now my ears are ringing.

Shaggy, cell phone. Cell phone.

Hey, my cell phone.

Like, world's worst vacation ever,

Shaggy speaking.

Shaggy? I can barely hear you.

Where are you guys?

Hang on, Freddie.

Like, I think Scoob and I are about to go

from frequent fliers to frequent criers.

Shaggy? Scooby?

I've lost their signal.

Can't you trace it with that high-tech

GPS thingy?

Oh, yeah. With global positioning, I should

be able to pinpoint their exact location.

Just a little satellite tracking,

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