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Daphne must have had time to change her lipstick color before the police showed up, even though there was no time! She went for a bit pinker than her usual color.
When Shaggy and Scooby are playing around in the laboratory, Scooby lays down on one of the operating tables. The straps are hanging from the sides of the table, but when we see Scooby again, the straps are buckled.
During the scene in which "Dracula" is running toward his coffin, you can see that there is a hole in the tapestry, where his head fits through. However, toward the end of this episode, when he is running with the tapestry and Scooby is chasing him, the tapestry is in one piece, with no signs of rips or tears.
When Shaggy and Scooby pull down the tapestry to trap "Dracula" you can see that the side of the tapestry that is facing Shaggy and Scooby has jewels sewn into it. However, when "Dracula" crashes into it, that same side is devoid of jewels and is replaced with a family crest. When "Dracula" is seen running toward the coffin a few moments later, the tapestry is plain.
Villan: Sarah Jenkins
Reason: To stop her brother's robot from running the carnival.
When the robot is behind Shaggy in the hall of mirrors, Shaggy says "Scooby Doo, where are you?" But seconds earlier he was telling him the mouse was only little. He knew where Scooby was then.
The eerie robot music that plays whenever Charlie the Robot walks around or does something is borrowed from The Jetsons. Similarly, the circus-style music heard a couple of times in the episode was borrowed from Squiddly Diddly.
The first episode, and one of very few, in which there's no real 'villian' or crime being committed.
Velma, as usual, seems to lose her common sense along with her glasses. When she and Scooby are riding in the out-of-control kiddie car, she mistakes Charlie the Robot for a traffic cop. This is an abandoned amusement park!
The reflection of Scooby's dog tag in the funhouse mirror is not a reverse image, although it should be.
When Scooby and Velma are trapped on the runaway go cart, they are finally stalled by a huge mess of cotton candy. Cotton candy could not stop a go cart in real life.
When Sarah cuts the wire to the magnet, no one notices. That would be nearly impossible since she had to reach over Mr. Jenkins to cut the wire.
Much of this episode is used in the opening credits of the series.
This is the only episode where the bad guy out of the mask is revealed before the "final unmasking". In the episode, Shaggy and Scooby encounter the ape man without the mask and Shaggy photographs him. In the final unmasking, the villain is revealed in the photograph and he isn't unmasked by the gang.
When Freddy falls through the trap, the script is on the table. But when the scene flashes back to where Freddy disappeared, the script is gone.
In this episode, a latex Scooby-Doo mask is featured. The Ape Man puts it on to play the old mirror gag with Scooby. You'll notice that the neck on the mask covers down to the shoulders. However in the final scene with Shaggy wearing the mask, the neck is much shorter. Not only that, but after Shaggy peels off the Scooby mask, the collar VANISHES BEFORE YOUR EYES!
A wig disappears from a wig stand.
At one point, Shaggy says "Zooks!" instead of his trademark "Zoinks!"
At the swami's shop, Scooby is consigned to being the swami for a customer as Shaggy uses ventriloquism to make it seem like Scooby is speaking. But how does Scooby know the words to mouth as Shaggy says them?
As Shaggy discovers what is presumed to be the skeleton of Uncle Stewart, he asks if he as wearing a blue suit, red tie and tennis shoes which Fred verifies. But when the skeleton is shown, it is wearing a red jacket.
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unexplained phenomena, talking animals, goodie two shoes, altruistic behavior, campy