Scooby-Doo! Legend Of The Phantosaur

Synopsis: When the Scooby Doo gang encounters the horrible Phantosaur, they investigate to find out what's really behind this prehistoric haunting.
Director(s): Ethan Spaulding
  2 nominations.
75 min



How long has he been screaming like this?

Almost three hours.

Without taking a breath?

It's unbelievable.

- Do you think it's a world record?

- Oh, definitely.

I'm just wondering if it's a violation

of the laws of physics.

- Is that a dog?

- Broadly speaking, yes.

You can't have a dog in the ER.

It's okay,

he's a certified medical rescue dog.

- You made this in Photoshop, didn't you?

- No.

She did.

Please don't throw him out, doctor.

Scooby is Shaggy's best friend.

As long as he doesn't make a mess...

- or break anything.

- Yeah, yeah, yeah. Thanks, doc.

Can you help Shaggy, doctor?

Hey! Stop screaming!

- Why didn't that work when we tried it?

- Eh, people listen to doctors.

Now, tell me what happened.

It was just a normal evening.

We were investigating an old mansion

haunted by phantom Naval officers.

Velma, Daphne and I

will look around upstairs.

Shaggy, you and Scooby

check out the cellar.


- Like, why do we have to...?

- Great.

We'll meet up back here.

Ghosts are lighter than air, right, Scoob?

So they wouldn't be down here.

They'd, like, rise up to the attic, right?

Right. Like balloons?

Shaggy, are balloons filled with ghosts?

Oh, man. I have no idea.




Wait a second.

It's Blair and Culhane.

Hey, do you guys hear something?

Once we'd scared everyone off, we could've

bought this place for next to nothing.

Anyway, that was the plan.

And we would've gotten away with it too,

if it weren't for...

Could you get him to hold it down?

I'm trying to confess here.

So that's a normal evening for you, is it?

- Yeah.

- Sure.

- Pretty much.

- I see.

Well, let's get some x-rays.


It seems Shaggy is suffering from acute

threat avoidance hypertrophy disorder.

Sorry, was that in English?

It's a very rare form of overreaction

to fear stimuli.

It affects fewer than one in 10 million.

Like, wow, I'm special. Ha, ha.

This means you'Il have to give up anything

even remotely frightening.

So no more ghost-hunting, crime-busting,

or mystery-solving shenanigans.

- No more shenanigans.

- None.

Shaggy, as your doctor,

I forbid you to get in the Mystery Machine.

But that means

the end of the Scooby-Doo gang.

So is there a cafeteria here or what?

Cafeteria food is yummy,

yummy, yummy.

This is so, like, boring.

What are we supposed to do

if we're not solving mysteries?

Hey, Shaky Joe,

what do you do in your spare time?

I knit.

- It's a scarf.

- Hmm.

Hey, here's something we could do.

There's a crafts fair in McKimson Park.

Are you crazy?

You know I'm terrified of papier-mch.

- Well, we could go bowling.

- No way.

Do you have any idea how many people

are killed by bowling pins every year?

I'm guessing approximately none.


I have to avoid all things that are scary

because of my cute trophy disorder thingy.

Shaggy, Shaggy, Shaggy!

Um, Joe, what was Scooby-Doo

just drinking?

Looks like coffee.

Gee, I wonder how that happened.

Hey, ev... Oof!

Fred, Fred, Fred!

What's the matter, Fred?

I'm failing science.

Mr. Fleischer didn't like my project.

What? It illustrates all three of

Newton's laws of motion.

Fred, maybe not every science project

needs to be a booby trap.

Scooby-Doo. Scooby-Doo!

If I don't come up with

an extra-credit project, I won't graduate.

You guys got any ideas?

Like, how about the anti-gravity effects

of caffeine?


I know. My Uncle Ted invested

in this new spa resort in La Serena.

Here's a brochure.


And there's a paleontological dig

going on in town.

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Doug Langdale

Douglas Langdale (born August 19, 1969) is an American screenwriter, producer and actor, who mostly works on television cartoons and animated films aimed at children. He has worked with Disney numerous times. more…

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