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Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School

1988 film

Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School is a 1988 animated made-for-television film produced by Hanna-Barbera for syndication as part of the Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 series.

DialogueEdit

Shaggy: Maybe I shouldn't have taken this job as a gym teacher.
Scrappy Doo: Don't worry about it, Shaggy, you'll do great, and I'll make a great assistant, I've been working out, see? [picks up a barbell but falls so that the barbell is stuck between the back doors of the van]
Shaggy: Zoinks! He's not only working out, he's falling out!
Scrappy Doo: [Still hanging onto the barbell] Whee! I bet this is great for building up my shoulder muscles.

Shaggy: What's the rush? We've got 1400 hours, that's a lot of time.
Scrappy Doo: But Shaggy, 1400 hours means 2:00, we've only got an hour!
Shaggy: Like why didn't you say so, Scrappy? Come on it's time to warm up.

Colonel Calloway: [trying some fudge] Doesn't it taste a little... moldy?
Ms. Grimwood: Of course, Colonel, fungus fudge always tastes moldy.
Colonel Calloway: Fungus fudge? [Drops the fudge so that Matches catches and eats it, and then drinks down a cup of tea]
Ms. Grimwood: Yes, it goes so well with toad stool tea.
Colonel Calloway: Toad stool tea? [Drops the teacup on Matches]

Scrappy Doo: But Shaggy, why do we have to wear a tutu?
Shaggy: Because uh... uh... well...
Ms. Grimwood: Because ballet makes my girls limber.
Shaggy: Yeah, that's it, limber.

Scrappy Doo: So with the cadets it was a snap to escape Revolta's trap, now let's get loose and dance and clap while I lay on my Scrappy rap. Over there is Daddy Drac who's glad to have his daughter back, and all the guys from Calloway are here to dance the night away. And there's Miss G with Colonel C, grooving to my melody.
Ms. Grimwood: Your boys were very gallant to go after my girls.
Scrappy Doo: And Grunt's with Elsa Frankenteen who wants to be a slam dance queen, and Phanty really does her thing, a dance for two, the Phanty fling.

Scooby Doo: Raggy, reyes, reyes.
Shaggy: Rice, where?
Scooby Doo: [Widens one of his eyes with his paws] Ro, reyes!
Shaggy: Oh, eyes, why didn't you say so?
Scooby Doo: Ri rid.

Scooby Doo: Raggy, rats, rats!
Shaggy: Rats? [yawns and gives Scooby mouse traps] Like take 2 of these and call me in the morning.
Scooby Doo: Ro Raggy, RATS.
Shaggy: Bats? [looks at the shade] See, Scoob? There's nothing shady about the shade, now go onto sleep.

Shaggy: That's keeping your cape in shape, Sibella.
Sibella Dracula: Fangs a lot, Shaggy.
Tanis the Mummy: And I'm keeping my tape in shape.
Ms. Grimwood: You certainly are, Tanis, scaerobics are good for everyone.

Daddy Dracula: [about Shaggy and Scooby] Sibella, these two are even battier than ve are!
Sibella Dracula: They are a little strange, Daddy, but they're fangtastic teachers!

CastEdit

  • Don Messick as Scooby-Doo / Scrappy-Doo
  • Casey Kasem as Shaggy / Mirror Monster
  • Remy Auberjonois as Baxter
  • Susan Blu as Sibella Dracula
  • Hamilton Camp as Phantom Father
  • Jeff B. Cohen as Grunt
  • Glynis Johns as Ms. Grimwood
  • Zale Kessler as Count Dracula / Frankenstein Senior
  • Ruta Lee as Revolta
  • Aaron Lohr as Miguel
  • Patty Maloney as Tanis
  • Scott Menville as Tug
  • Pat Musick as Elsa Frankenteen
  • Bumper Robinson as Jamal
  • Ronnie Schell as Colonel Calloway
  • Marilyn Schreffler as Winnie
  • Andre Stojka as The Grim Creeper / Mummy Daddy
  • Russi Taylor as "Phanty" Phantasma
  • Frank Welker as Matches / Papa Wer

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