The 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo

Season 1 Episode 2

Scoobra Kadoobra

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Aired Unknown Sep 14, 1985 on ABC
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Scoobra Kadoobra
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The gang heads to Princess Esmerelda's castle, nestled in the heart of the evil forest, to catch Maldor the Malevolent, while Vincent Van Ghoul keeps watch in his crystal ball. Once there, the gang gets captured and held in the castle while Maldor searches for Zagraz the Wizard's magical wand. But the worst fate is reserved for Daphne, who Maldor curses with the sleep of the centuries.moreless

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    Phil Hartman

    Phil Hartman

    Additional Voices

    Susan Blu

    Susan Blu

    Flim Flam

    Vincent Price

    Vincent Price

    Vincent VanGhoul

    Casey Kasem

    Casey Kasem

    Norville 'Shaggy' Rogers

    Heather North

    Heather North

    Daphne Blake

    Don Messick

    Don Messick

    Scooby Doo/Scrappy Doo

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Goof: Flim-Flam tries to sell the bunny dragon a "1924 Conestoga Station Wagon, incomplete with no wheels or engine." The Coestoga Station Wagon wasn't introduced until 1954.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Shaggy: Here leeme take a taste Scoob. (an elephant comes out of the soup) Oh boy. Like on second thought Scoob, let's eat out!

      • Zagraz: Thank you so much for saving our kingdom from the hands of Maldor. May he be locked away forever!
        Shaggy: (sighs) Too bad we couldn't save Daphne.
        Zagraz: Nor Princess Esmerelda, they are cursed with the sleep of the centuries.
        Scrappy: There must be some way to help them.
        Zagraz: No. I'm afraid this spell can only be broken by the kiss of a great Danish prince.
        Flim-Flam: Where are we ever gonna find a great Danish prince?
        Scooby: (appearing in a Danish prince costume) You called?!
        Scrappy: Hey! Uncle Scooby's a Great Dane!
        Shaggy: Like that's close enough!
        (Scooby licks Daphne on the lips and she wakes up.)
        Daphne: Scooby! Am I glad to see you!
        Zagraz: And now for the princess.
        (Scooby licks Princess Esmerelda on the lips and she awakens, but it turns out she's a dog.)
        Princess Esmerelda: My prince!
        Scooby: My gosh!
        (He runs away and the princess runs after him.)
        Princess Esmerelda: Prince! Prince! My prince, come back!

    • NOTES (1)

      • The dragon's roar is quite similar to the roar of the Mantis Creature of Vulture's Claw, the monster that Mystery Inc. unmasked in The Scooby-Doo Show episode "The Creepy Creature of Vulture's Claw."

    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • Title: Scoobra Kadoobra

        This is an allusion to the popular incantation "abracadabra". The word dates back to the 2nd century. In the past it was used to ward off illnesses when written in the form of an inverted pyramid. In present times the word is associated with magicians and said when performing magic spells.

      • After Scooby is turned into a fly, he cries, "Relp me! Relp me!" This is a reference to the classic Vincent Price film The Fly.

      • While in the kitchen, Scooby sings a variation of the theme song for "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?"

      • Daphne, Shaggy, Scooby, and Scrappy: (singing) If you're in a hurry, and want a great big feast, drag on down to Dragon's, and just say "Where's the beast?"

        "Where's the beast?" is a play on "Where's the beef?" a catchphrase popularized by Clara Peller in a 1984 commercial for Wendy's fast food restaurants.

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