'Scooby-Doo'
(The Movie)


by Craig Titley (story)
and
James Gunn (story/screenplay)
Scooby-Doo

‘Throughout the ages, one hero has cowered above the rest...’

After several years of investigating crime, the Mystery Inc. gang have now gone their separate ways. But two years later, they each receive an invitation to Spooky Island. Unaware that the others have also been invited, Shaggy, Scooby, Fred, Daphne and Velma arrive on the island, and are reunited when a man named Mondavarious asks for their help in solving a mystery. It seems that his amusement park is mysteriously affecting its young visitors, leaving them mellow and sober rather than thrilled. The gang soon realise that this mystery is just the tip of the iceberg…

Matthew Lillard (Norville 'Shaggy' Rogers), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Daphne Blake), Freddie Prinze Jr. (Fred Jones), Linda Cardellini (Velma Dinkley), Rowan Atkinson (Emile Mondavarious), Neil Fanning (Scooby Doo [voice]), Scott Innes (Scrappy Doo [voice)), Isla Fisher (Mary Jane), Miguel A. Núñez Jr. (Voodoo Man), Steven Grives (N'Goo Tuana), Sam Greco (Zarkos), Charles Cousins (Velma's Friend), Kristian Schmid (Brad), Nicholas Hope (Old Man Smithers), Andrew Bryniarski (Cavern Henchman), Pamela Anderson (Herself), Michala Banas (Carol), Craig Behenna (Henchman #1), Sheryl Benko (Reporter #2), Holly Brisley (Training Video Woman), Remi Broadway (Training Video Guy #2), Martin Broome (Melvin Doo), Craig Bullock (Himself), Keith S. Bullock (Henchman #2), Michael Caffrey (Coast Guard #2), Jonathan Coffey (Fitzgibbon), Stephen Colyer (Dancer), Chris Cruickshanks (Tiny Henchman), Simone Dumbleton (Co-Ed), Kurt Duval (Spooky Hotel Bartender), Robert Díaz (Training Video Guy #1), Charles Stan Frazier (Himself), Audrey Gosnell (Airport Family), Bradley Gosnell (Airport Family), Cayley Gosnell (Airport Family), Celeste Gosnell (Airport Family), Emily Gosnell (Autograph Seeker), Jess Harnell (Creature voices), Mark Hodge (Dancer), Stephen Holford (Dancer), Matthew Murphy Karges (Himself), Troy MacKinder (Guy in the Vat), J.P. Manoux (Scrappy-Doo [voice]), Janis McGavin (Co-Ed Hottie), Mark McGrath (Himself), Rio Nugara (Spooky Island Emissary), Deon Nuku (Dancer), Alex Ruiz (Reporter #1), Rodney Sheppard (Himself), Kyas Sherriff (Airport Attendant), Rodney Syaranamual (Dancer), David Vallon (Bartender Dead Mike's), Ashley Wallen (Dancer), Frank Welker (Creature voices)

Directed by Raja Gosnell
Produced by Charles Roven and Richard Suckle
Co-Produced by Alan Glazer
Executive Producers William Hanna, Joseph Barbera, Robert Engelman, Andrew Mason, and Kelley Smith-Wait

Distributed by Warner Bros.

Notes:
*Featuring Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne, Velma and Scrappy-Doo

*Released theatrically in cinemas in 2002

*Rated PG