Scooby-Doo and the Samurai Sword

Synopsis: The Mystery Inc. crew travels the globe on a transcontinental treasure hunt to solve a series of ancient riddles. Scooby-Doo and Shaggy are indoctrinated by an unlikely Sword Master.
Production: Warner Home Video
74 min


- Kenji. Kenji.

- Aah!

I'm paying you to clean the floors,

not stare off into space.

I am sorry, Takagawa san,

but I got distracted.

Sadly, that is why no one comes

to the museum anymore.

Too many distractions. No discipline.

No respect for the old ways.

Come with me. I will show you.

But I saw...

Behold, the Black Samurai.

The Black Samurai.

Never heard of him.

The most fearsome warlord

in the history of Japan.

Do you see what I am getting at,



Yes, Takagawa san.

You want me to mop in here.

No, that this exhibit

could save the museum.

What is happening?

I live.

Kenji, do something.



The ghost of the Black Samurai

has returned.

Welcome to Shibuya Station.

Now arriving on Track 5.


Wow, we made it, gang.

Shibuya Station.

The most popular meeting place

in all of Tokyo.

And I can see why.

Everyone in Japan is already here.

But, like, wouldn't you know it?

We're all out of Scooby Snacks.

Scooby Snacks. Scooby Snacks.

Way to go, Scoob.

A Scooby Snack vending machine.

Like, it's the wave of the future.

Hey, I've got a text message

from Miyumi.

She says,

"Meet me at the statue of Hachiko. "

Any idea what this Hachiko person

looks like?

Let's see. Hachiko. Hachiko.

Hachiko. Take a picture.


Like, check it out, Scoob.

Hachiko's not a person, he's a pooch.

Here it is.

Hachiko used to greet his master every

day when he came home on the train.

One day his master died...

...and Hachiko

spent the rest of his life...

...waiting at the station

for his master to return.

Wow, sounds like

he was one cool canine.

Heh, heh. Hey, Scoob. Like, maybe

they'll put up a statue of you some day.

Me? Oh, boy.

Ta-da. Bow-wow. Ruff.

Look at Scooby. What a ham.

- It's going to take more than that.

- Huh?

If you want to have a statue

of your own in Japan... must first become a legend.

Just like Hachiko.

Today, in honor of his great loyalty...

...his statue serves as a special place

for faithful friends to meet.

Uh, I'm sorry, but have we met?

Huh! You must be Miyumi.

And you are Miss Daphne Blake.

I have heard all about you

and the Scooby gang.

What do you know, Scoob?

Looks like our reputation precedes us.

Like, I hope that's a good thing.

Heh-heh-heh. Of course it is.

Can I tell you a secret?

I sometimes wish I could be a member

of the Scooby gang too.

Like, tell you what.

Next time there's a gruesome ghost

up in our grill, you've got first dibs.


Hey, don't worry, guys.

We're not here to solve any mysteries

this time.

We're here to watch Daphne compete

in the big martial-arts competition.

I'm so honored

to be invited to the tournament.

And so should you be.

Miss Mirimoto runs the most exclusive

martial-arts academy in all the world.

Only the most exemplary students

are accepted by her.

But first,

you must survive the tournament.


Oh, I'm sorry. Did I say "survive"?

Ha, ha. I meant "win. "

First, you must win the tournament.

Wow, what a sweet ride.

All it needs

is a groovy green paint job.

Uh, not quite, Freddy.

I can think of one more thing it needs.

Like, how about a pilot?

- Huh?

- Don't worry. We're perfectly safe.

The hover jet is the world's first

fully functioning robotic plane.

That's amazing.

I've studied mechanical engineering...

...but I've never heard

of anything this advanced.

Here in Japan,

technology is taking over everything...

...while many of the old traditions

are fading away.

Please, Miss Mirimoto,

you must believe me.

The ghost of the Black Samurai

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