Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy!

Synopsis: Scooby and the gang take a mystery-themed cruise through the Bermuda Triangle, but what starts out as staged hi-jinks soon turns into the real thing. Ghost pirates are prowling the legendary waters of the Triangle, searching for a priceless treasure and someone on board the cruise ship may hold the secret to it's location. Now Scooby and the rest of gang will have to solve the real mystery behind the mysterious treasure or they may end up walking the plank to sink to the depths of Davy Jone's Locker! New songs by Paul James Prendergast and a duet by Rich Dickerson and Gigi Meroni are sure to please.
Director(s): Chuck Sheetz
Production: Warner Bros.
 
IMDB:
6.7
NOT RATED
Year:
2006
70 min
289 Views


- Dr. Garcia?

- Oh, please, call me Rupert.

Just wanted to let you know

we're about to enter...

The Bermuda Triangle.

I can tell by the stars.

Better than any compass.

This place gives me the creeps.

Vanishing ships, sea monsters,

aliens:
All legends.

Don't let them spook you. Anyway...

...we'll be out here

a few more nights...

...and then my star map

will finally be complete.

Whatever you say, doc.

We'll all be home safe and sound

before you know it.

Captain, you better take

a look at this.

Fog, dead ahead.

Who's there?

What the heck?

Mayday, mayday. We're under attack.

Here it be, captain.

Perfect. But now, where is he?

Maybe with the rest of the crew.

Blimey.

Board all hands below in the bilge

and we'll sort them out later.

It can't be. Ghost pirates?

Like, man, no more mysteries.

Finally, a trip where there

are no monsters...

...ghosts, aliens, mummies

or haunted tikis.

Nothing but R, R and R:

Rest, relaxation

and round-the-clock eats.

In other words, a cruise.

- Just sun, fun and...

- A buffet?

Fred, it sure was nice of your parents to

invite us all on a cruise for your birthday.

So, Freddy, how old

are you going to be?

Forty-three.

Forty-four, 45...

Pier 45. This is it.

No mysteries for a whole week.

Midnight buffets

and 24 hours of lounging.

That's what I call living large.

Extra large.

What's going on, guys?

I don't know.

Something spooked Scooby.

- A little scary dude.

- Yeah.

But there's no one

around here like that...

...unless you think Hawaiian shirts,

black socks and sandals are scary.

They are. Very, very scary.

Buddy, you need this vacation

more than I realized.

I hope you packed your sea legs.

And a new set of eyeballs.

- Pop!

- Freddy!

Hey, say...

...slide one by,

hands to the sky.

Well, thumbs up, thumbs down,

thumbs around, lost and found.

- Love you, Pop.

- Love you, too, through the woods.

Freddy, my baby.

Oh, it's my handsome baby boy.

Have you ever seen

such a good-looking boy?

Give me some sugar.

Mom, not in front of the gang.

Hon, leave the boy alone.

Oh, yeah, but he's just so sweet

and delicious.

Sure is great to see you again,

Mr. And Mrs. Jones.

Yeah, you, too, dear.

My, my, haven't you blossomed.

I hope you girls are taking good care

of my special little guy.

- Mom.

- And Velma...

...you look smart as ever...

...but you have to let me show you

my new Suzi Jay cosmetics.

They'll bring a little color to your face.

You'll never get a beau

unless you add a little glow.

- Thank you?

- You betcha. Oh, and Norville...

...you're growing like a weed.

But you're much too thin, dear.

Are you eating enough?

Twenty-four square meals a day.

And that's still not enough.

Oh, yeah? Then you need to try

my 10-pound pound cake.

It will put some meat on your bones.

- I have one in here somewhere.

- Mom.

- I'll take it from here, hon.

- Shake, boy.

Just shake, no lick.

Okay, thanks.

Like, he only shakes

when he's scared.

So, Mr. Jones, where exactly

is this cruise headed?

Oh, yeah, that's a surprise.

I've got the perfect birthday plan.

Like father, like son.

Ahoy there, mateys.

Welcome aboard

the Poseidon 's Paradise...

...the tiptop tidiest ship

to travel the ocean blue.

Hi, I'm Sunny St. Cloud,

cruise director extraordinaire.

Well, aren't you the perky one?

We're the Jones party.

And Jones, Jo...

Perfect timing.

This way, Jones party.

There's no time to waste.

We're just about to weigh anchor.

Now that's ship talk.

You landlubbers will be speaking

like old sea dogs in no time.

Like, we've got our old sea dog

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