Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy

Synopsis: Velma discovers she's inherited her great-great-uncles' cursed castle in Transylvania, Pennsylvania. This Scooby-Doo adventure has enough spooky fun to make the whole family come alive!
Director(s): Paul McEvoy
  1 nomination.
74 min

Hold up, Daphanatics, we're back

with another episode

of "Jeepers! It's Daphne!"

Later on the show,

you'll get a sneak peak

at my new modeling portfolio.

A lot of you keep posting

videos or comments

asking me about my other career

as a mystery-solving

teen monster-Buster.

Like this video from


I heard that you're

responsible for breaking up

the greatest band in history,

the Alex super experience.

Is that true?

It sure is, alexsuperfan2112.

It all started when the band

accidentally conjured up

the ghost of mamba wamba, a

freaky voodoo witch doctor.

Oh, look! We have a

live video chat.

- Hi, Daph.

- Hi, Fred.

Great show. I just

wanted to point out

that as Velma has taught

us again and again,

there's no such thing as ghosts.

Mamba wamba here only pretended

to be an otherworldly witch doctor.

He was really a music producer

who got performer Lila

to pretend to be a

zombie in order to steal

a potentially lucrative pop song.


Wait, what?

Oh, hey, Daph.

Shaggy, Scooby!

But I think the musical

case was the one

with the green phantoms, wasn't it?

Oh, yeah. They were really

creeps that crawled.

A pair of crooked

aptly named lawyers.

We were in a tight spot, but

once again, Velma's brilliance

solved the musical riddle

and saved our lives.

Uh, I thought we were gonna

see your modeling pics.

- Oh, hi, Velma.

- Hi, Daphne. Great show.

Thanks! Hey, I was just

singing your brain's praises.

I know, I was watching.

But that's just number crunching.

It's your personal magnetism

that allows us to get close

enough to bust these sociopaths.

Like this one.

Remember old Ironface?

Oh, do I ever.

He was actually cafe

owner mama Mione,

masquerading as the ghost of

a weird pirate or something,

to help convicts

escape from prison.

Wait. Like you're thinking

of Redbeard's ghost.


- Ohh! That dude was creepy.

- (GASP) Creepy.

That's right. At least

until we found out

he was C.L. Magnus,

a shipping magnate

who was stealing from himself

and pocketing the insurance.

- (RING)

- Mm-hmm. That's right.

Hi, Daphanatic,

what's your question?

Is it about my modeling pictures?

What? Oh, no. I just

searched "Velma Dinkley"

and this website came up. I

have an urgent message for her.

My name is Cuthbert Crawley.

I'm a lawyer for her family.

Lawyer? Family?


Uh, clearly this is

some sort of scam.

Scam? Velma!

Oh, Daph, the Internet

isn't exactly

the most reliable

source of information.

Nobody checks anything.

I mean, look at this.

A super suit? Please!

And with tiny agents that

sit inside this thing?


Wait. You're saying

that tiny special agents

aren't real? But...

Velma, you're ruining my show.

Besides, the beauty of the Internet

is the freedom of information.

And all the cool stuff

you can buy, too.

Velma, please! It's

a family emergency.

You must come to my office

as soon as possible.

I'm texting you my address.

Whoops. Looks like

we lost him. Moving on.

He said it was an emergency. We

need to meet him right away.

- We don't, Freddie, it's really OK.

- Come on, gang, time's a-wastin'.


Well, Daphanatics, I guess that's

all for now. Keep liking me, please.

Ooh, wait. What about

the modeling pics?



Boy, it's great to have the

gang back together. Let's go!

Fred, you really don't have

to go to the trouble of...

Nonsense. A road trip

is what we all need.

Come on, gang, let's go

see this lawyer Crawley.

But, Fred, wait!

Is the mystery machine even ready?

Is she ready?

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