Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase

Synopsis: When Scooby and the gang visit a scientist at a university to check out the game he created about them, they get trapped in the game itself and have to play the game to get out of it once and for all, while they face an enemy known as the 'Phantom Virus'.
Director(s): Jim Stenstrum
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
74 min

Any progress, Eric?

Sorry, Professor Kaufman. There's still

something wrong with the program.

We can't do any more experiments

with the laser until you boys fix it.

We know. We know.

Hey, wait! I've found something.

- What?

- Who turned on the laser?

Not me!

- Shut it down!

- I can't! It's not responding!

- What is that?

- I was hoping you'd know, professor.

- He's absorbing all our computer data.

- Call security!

- Like, are we there yet, Fred?

- I told you, Shaggy, soon.

But you said that an hour ago, man.

It's so impressive that Eric got

a grant for his computer project.

Doesn't surprise me. Back in high school, he

practically lived in the computer lab. Right, Velma?

- Yeah. He's one smart cookie.

- Cookie? Cookie?!

Sorry, Scooby. Figure of speech.

Cheer up, Scoob. When we get there,

we'll get to play the game Eric designed.

- I bet it's way cooler than this one.

- Yeah, cooler!

Imagine a computer game starring all of us!

Solving mysteries in cyberspace.

Like, I hope I do better

on Eric's game than this one.

Where do you think you're going?

To visit our friend Eric Staufer.

He's a student here.

Not if you're not on my list.

It should be under "Fred Jones".

- Is this whole group with you?

- Yes, sir.

- Including the dog?

- Dog? Where?

There you are.

But just so you know...

...I don't like a bunch of punks

running around my university.

- Your university?

- It might as well be.

I've been here for 20 years. There's

never been any trouble on my watch.

I'm the head of security.

Wembley's the name.

- Twenty years is an impressive record.

- You bet it is.

I want to make sure that it stays...

A wise guy, eh?

I'm keeping a special eye

on you, pooch!


- Like, Scooby's just playing, officer.

- Yeah, sorry.

We just need some help

finding the computer lab.

The lab is three buildings

down on the left.

- Thanks.

- And keep your dog off the grass.

Wow, Eric, this lab

is one groovy setup.

We like it too.

You don't want to eat those.

Because they're grown in radioactive soil.


- Everyone, this is my lab partner, Bill McLemore.

- Nice to meet you.

Thanks for keeping Shaggy and Scooby

from glowing in the dark.

- We'll go to dinner after the tour.

- But first, can you show us your new video game?

Scoob and I have been dying to play it.

No one is playing the game

until we get rid of our problem.

Professor Kaufman, I'd like you to meet the

mystery gang I based my game on.

- Oh, hi!

- Nice to meet you.

The famous Mystery, Inc.

And that's Scooby-Doo.

It looks like you showed up

just in time for a mystery.

- A mystery?

- Why? What happened?

This is a hyper-energy laser.

We've been using it to break down actual objects

and project them into cyberspace.

Jinkies! You mean you can transport objects

from the real world into the computer world?

- Precisely, young lady.

- That's fantastic!

It was, until the laser beamed

a monster into our world last night.

A monster?!

Yes, the laser beamed a computer virus

right here into this lab.

A really freaky-looking thing.

He erased all the computers' data

by just walking near them.

This virus is also able to control

and manipulate electrical objects.

- But where did it come from?

- Eric's computer game.

Computer viruses don't just appear.

They have to be created by someone.

- But I didn't create it!

- I'm sure it wasn't Mr. Staufer.

But whoever created this virus

is in serious trouble.

Our civilization is

so dependent on technology...

...that this virus is a threat

to the entire world.

Can you show us how the laser works?

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