Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island

Synopsis: After years of unmasking fake ghosts, the Mystery Gang have separated and acquired new careers, including Daphne being a reporter. For her birthday, Fred invites the whole gang to join their trip to Louisiana for Daphne's television show. They have many adventures but every ghost is just a villain in a costume. They soon meet Lena Dupree, who takes them to Moonscar Island in the hopes to encounter a real ghost. Things soon become creepy and the gang find themselves caught between vicious werecats and zombies lead by the ghost of Moonscar the Pirate.
Production: WARNER BROTHERS PICTURES
  2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.8
Rotten Tomatoes:
86%
UNRATED
Year:
1998
77 min
1,332 Views


Scooby-Doo, where are you?

It's Mr. Beeman, the real estate agent.

Mr. Beeman?

Yeah, he was printing millions

of counterfeit dollars in the basement...

...with his printing press.

What we originally thought was mold

was really green ink.

See?

I would've gotten away with it, too...

...if it wasn't for that big dog

and you meddling kids!

And that's how we solved

"The Case of the Moat Monster"...

...one of our most frightening mysteries.

Stories like that always give me

the heebie-jeebies.

No wonder you became a reporter.

That Moat Monster almost sliced you up

like a pepperoni pizza.

And then we wouldn't have

Coast to Coast with Daphne Blake...

...your very successful syndicated series

on Americana.

Going on its second season, I might add.

I never miss it.

Thanks, Chris. You know, the real reason

I changed jobs was because...

...the monsters and ghosts always

turned out to be bad guys in a mask.

Got a little boring?

No kidding. In fact, that's why the gang

went their separate ways...

...except for Fred and me.

She means Fred Jones, who's now

the producer and one-man crew...

...of Daphne's show.

How about getting a shot of Freddy, guys?

Is he cute or what?

So what's coming up for the new season?

A new series of segments called

Haunted America.

Sort of a

Ghost to Ghost with Daphne Blake?

Right, but this time I intend

to find some real haunted houses...

...for my viewers.

It's too bad the rest of the old gang

won't be along for the ride.

Yeah, I really miss them.

Yeah, we really miss you, too, Daphne.

Yeah!

Don't go away,

we'll be right back with Daphne Blake.

Hey, you two! Get back to work!

We're right on it, Boss-man, sir!

Got something, Scoob?

No offense, old buddy, but I think

your nose might be losing its touch.

Pretty sneaky,

but they can't fool your nose.

That's right!

No one brings contraband food

into our country with us on the job!

Let's go check it in, Scoob!

Is this the jackpot of jobs or what?

Yes, we do carry the Hair Raisers series.

Number 23, The Vampire Village? Got it.

Number 24,

The Creepy Clown Town? Got it.

Number 25,

Menace At Mummy Manor? Got it.

Yes, I'll hold them till Tuesday.

Two weeks from Tuesday?

Yeah, that's fine.

'Bye.

Solving mysteries was a lot more fun

than selling them.

Mystery Ink Bookshop.

Freddy?

Jinkies! Sounds great. Count me in.

Hi, Boss.

You ate all the contraband!

Excuse me!

Untrue, Boss. We didn't eat it all.

There's still a couple of Gorgonzolas left!

Help yourself!

You're a couple of Gorgonzolas.

You're fired!

What a grouch!

Looks like we're unemployed again, old pal.

Yeah! Unemployed!

Take it easy, buddy.

Something will turn up.

So what if this was the greatest gig ever!

So what if we starve.

Turn to skin and bones.

Hello. Freddy?

We just caught you on the tube!

Busy? Nah. Scoob and I were

just thinking of taking some time off!

Yeah! Yeah!

Sorry I'm late, Daph.

The traffic was murder.

Is this everything?

- Got the maps?

- Yeah.

Are you sure

you haven't forgotten anything!

Fred, what is with you?

Yes, I'm sure I'm sure.

Well, then...

Surprise! Happy Birthday, Daphne!

Gosh, it's great to see you all!

I've been working so hard...

...I guess I forgot my own birthday!

I hope you don't mind...

I asked the gang to come along.

This is the best birthday present ever.

It'll be just like old times.

Yeah! Old times!

Easy, boy. It's great to see you, too.

Speaking of old times,

look what I have for you, Scooby.

Scooby Snax!

Oh, boy!

Oh, boy!

Go long, guys!

I've been saving these Scooby Snax

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Glenn Leopold

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