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Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost is a 1999 direct-to-video animated supernatural horror - comedy film , and the second of the direct-to-video films based upon Hanna-Barbera 's Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoons . It was released on October 5, 1999, and it was produced by Warner Bros. Animation (although with a Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc. copyright) starting in 1998.

The Mystery Gang ( Scooby-Doo , Shaggy , Fred , Daphne and Velma ) travel to a New England town called Oakhaven after being invited by horror writer Ben Ravencroft. Like a number of direct-to-video Scooby-Doo animated films released in the late-1990s and early-2000s, The Witch's Ghost features real ghosts instead of simple crooks in masks, giving the film a darker tone. The film has been adapted into a book. [1]

It is the second of the first four Scooby Doo direct-to-video film to be animated overseas by Japanese animation studio Mook Animation . The film marks the first time voice actor and radio-personality Scott Innes voiced Shaggy, as Billy West (who voiced Shaggy in Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island ) needed time for his roles as Philip J. Fry, Professor Farnsworth and Dr. John Zoidberg on Futurama .

  • 2 Voice cast
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  • 4 Follow-up film
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After Ben Ravencroft, a famous horror writer of whom Velma Dinkley is a huge fan, assists her and the Mystery Gang solve a case at a museum, he invites them to his hometown, Oakhaven, Massachusetts. When they arrive, they find the town converted into a tourist attraction by Mayor Corey, complete with 17th-century replicas and attractions based on the alleged ghost of Sarah Ravencroft, an ancestor of Ben's who was persecuted as a witch and executed by the Puritan townspeople in 1657. Ben disputes this, claiming Sarah to be a Wiccan who used natural herbs to heal people and reveals for years, he has been searching for Sarah's medical journal to prove her innocence.

Scooby-Doo and Shaggy Rogers are chased by a witch and run into Ben and the gang. They find broken tree branches at the scene and are drawn to an all-female Gothic rock band, The Hex Girls, led by Sally "Thorn" McKnight. The gang then decides to split up; Fred and Daphne stay to watch the Hex Girls, Velma and Ben explore an old barn, and Shaggy and Scooby follow the Mayor. Fred and Daphne see Thorn doing some sort of ritual and are convinced the Hex Girls are witches. Velma and Ben find a cherry picker truck in the barn. Scooby and Shaggy follow Corey until they encounter the witch and flee to the gang.

The gang, the Hex Girls, and Ben meet in the woods. The witch appears and gives chase but is captured by Velma. The witch is revealed to be Mr. McKnight, who is Thorn's father. Velma locates the truck and explains that the truck's arm made the witch appear to fly, with the townspeople jointly involved. Ben scolds everyone involved for exploiting Sarah's good name. Back at Ben's house, Fred and Daphne apologize to the Hex Girls, and Thorn explains the "ritual" was for soothing her vocal cords and that she is actually descended from Wiccans. Corey and Mr. McKnight arrive to apologize to Ben for using his ancestor in their publicity stunt, explaining the witch was to boost the town's failing tourist economy and that they found inspiration from digging up the head marker for Sarah's grave; they kept it secret just not to upset Ben. It is then recalled that Scooby found what appeared to be a shoe buckle earlier, which was actually from Sarah's diary.

Everyone goes to the buckle's location, where Scooby discovers the buried book, which is actually a spellbook. Ben reveals that Sarah was indeed a witch, who wielded her terrible and evil magic against many people before the Wiccans used their powers with nature to imprison her within her own spellbook. He created the mystery at the museum and engineered the encounters with the gang, as he knew they could lead him to the book. After taking the book from Ben, the gang attempts to flee in the Mystery Machine, but Ben (with his newly acquired powers) renders the Mystery Machine useless by damaging its tires. Ben takes back the book and finally summons Sarah. However, he soon discovers that she has no loyalty to him, and her ambitions are to destroy the world rather than rule it alongside him.

Disillusioned, Ben attempts to imprison Sarah, but she tells him that only a Wiccan could defeat her and imprisons Ben in a magical sphere. The gang launches an attempt to get the book while Sarah begins to turn pumpkins, trees, and a turkey into monsters to stop them. Daphne and Velma free the Hex Girls, and Velma convinces Thorn to use her inherited Wiccan power to read the spell to banish Sarah into her imprisonment. However, Sarah manages to pull Ben in to make him suffer her fate with her, and they are both imprisoned inside the book. A burning branch falls onto the book, destroying it, ensuring that the Ravencrofts can never return. All of the monsters that Sarah had created have also returned to normal. The gang and townsfolk celebrate their deliverance with a concert from the Hex Girls with Scooby-Doo and the gang (and the still-gigantic turkey) joining in on the performance.

Voice cast [ ]

  • Scott Innes as Scooby-Doo and Shaggy Rogers
  • Frank Welker as Fred Jones
  • Mary Kay Bergman as Daphne Blake
  • B.J. Ward as Velma Dinkley
  • Tim Curry as Ben Ravencroft
  • Jennifer Hale as Thorn
  • Neil Ross as Mayor Corey
  • Jane Wiedlin as Dusk
  • Bob Joles as Jack
  • Kimberly Brooks as Luna
  • Tress MacNeille as Sarah Ravencroft
  • Peter Renaday as Mr. McKnight

Soundtrack [ ]

On September 14, 1999, the soundtrack was released featuring the Hex Girls performing "Hex Girl" and Billy Ray Cyrus performing "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!".

Follow-up film [ ]

Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders was released on October 3, 2000.

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References [ ]

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From a mysterious museum to a haunted New England village, join Scooby-Doo and the Gang as they set out on their most spellbinding adventure ever! When world-famous horror writer Ben Ravencroft tracks down the Mystery Inc. team to figure out why a ghost has decided to haunt his hometown's popular Autumn Harvest festival, suspicious spirits are only the beginning! Before long, Scooby, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne and Fred find themselves delving dangerously deep into Ravencroft's family secrets. Was his beloved ancestor Sarah a kindhearted healer, or an evil witch whose legacy now threatens the town...and maybe even the world? With out-of-this-world excitement, spine-tingling thrills and supernatural fun, follow Scooby, Shaggy and the rest of the gang through every hilariously hair-raising twist of their all-new animated feature to find out!

Scooby-Doo is making a big comeback with several helpings on TV and new videos. The series' writers are smart enough to mildly spoof themselves, and this movie opens with Scooby, Shaggy, Daphne, Frank, and Velma solving a crime that ends with the now-classic Scooby line, "It's... [insert some administrative minion/angry neighbor/disgruntled relative], only to have the criminal bleat, "And I would've gotten away with it too, if it hadn't been for you kids!" There they meet one of Velma's idols, fright-writer Ben Ravencroft (voiced by an effective Tim Curry). Smitten Velma and gang accept his invitation to his New England hometown festival. When one of Ravencroft's ancestors suddenly swoops down from the supernatural heavens, the gang's on alert. This movie is appropriate for viewers 4 and up (although some of the animated frights may haunt sensitive viewers). It's also for their parents who may have been fans in the series' initial run. The cool and fun soundtrack's catchy tunes include a song performed by the Hex Girls, one of whom is none other than former Go-Go Jane Weidlin. If the theme song's got a country beat, that's because it's sung by Mr. Achy Breaky himself, Billy Ray Cyrus. --N.F. Mendoza

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  • Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 8.5 x 5.5 x 1.2 inches; 7.36 Ounces
  • Director ‏ : ‎ Jim Stenstrum
  • Run time ‏ : ‎ 1 hour and 10 minutes
  • Release date ‏ : ‎ March 6, 2001
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ October 1, 2006
  • Actors ‏ : ‎ Scott Innes, Frank Welker, Mary Kay Bergman, B.J. Ward (II), Jane Wiedlin
  • Studio ‏ : ‎ Turner Home Ent
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B00000JQTX

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Scooby Doo and the Witch's Ghost

Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost  is a 1999 direct-to-video animated supernatural horror-comedy film, and the second of the direct-to-video films based upon  Hanna-Barbera 's  Scooby-Doo  Saturday morning cartoons. It was released on October 5, 1999, and it was produced by Hanna-Barbera Cartoons.

The plot involves Mystery Inc. travelling to a New England town called Oakhaven after being invited by horror writer Ben Ravencroft. Like a number of direct-to-video  Scooby-Doo  animated films released in the late-1990s and early-2000s,  The Witch's Ghost  features real supernatural elements instead of the traditionally fabricated ones the franchise is associated with, giving the film a darker tone. The film has been adapted into a book.

It is the second of the first four Scooby Doo direct-to-video film to be animated overseas by Japanese animation studio Mook Animation. The film marks the first time voice actor and radio-personality Scott Innes voiced Shaggy, as Billy West (who voiced Shaggy in  Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island ) needed time for his voice work on  Futurama .

After Ben Ravencroft, a famous horror writer of whom Velma Dinkley is a huge fan, assists her and the Mystery Gang in solving a case at a museum, he invites them to his hometown, Oakhaven, Massachusetts. When they arrive, they find the town converted into a tourist attraction by Mayor Corey, complete with 17th-century replicas and attractions based on the alleged ghost of Sarah Ravencroft, an ancestor of Ben's who was persecuted as a witch and executed by the Puritan townspeople in 1657. Ben disputes this, claiming Sarah to be a Wiccan who used herbs to heal people and reveals for years he has been searching for Sarah's medical journal to prove her innocence.

Scooby-Doo and Shaggy Rogers are chased by a witch and run into Ben and the gang. They find broken tree branches at the scene and are drawn to an all-female gothic rock band, The Hex Girls, led by Sally "Thorn" McKnight. The gang then decides to split up; Fred and Daphne stay to watch the Hex Girls, Velma and Ben go explore an old barn, and Shaggy and Scooby follow the Mayor. Fred and Daphne see Thorn performing some sort of ritual and are convinced the Hex Girls are witches. Velma and Ben find a cherry picker truck in the barn. Scooby and Shaggy follow Corey, until they encounter the witch and flee to the gang.

The gang, the Hex Girls and Ben meet in the woods. The witch appears and gives chase, but is captured by Velma. The witch is revealed to be Mr. McKnight, Thorn's father. Velma locates the truck and explains that the truck's arm made the witch appear to fly, with the townspeople jointly involved. Ben scolds everyone involved for exploiting Sarah's good name. Back at Ben's house, Fred and Daphne apologize to the Hex Girls, after which Thorn explains the "ritual" was for soothing her vocal cords and that she is actually descended from Wiccans. Corey and Mr. McKnight arrive to apologize to Ben for using his ancestor in their publicity stunt, explaining the witch was to boost the town's failing tourist economy and that they found inspiration from digging up the head marker for Sarah's grave; keeping it secret from him to avoid upsetting him. It is then revealed that a shoe buckle Scooby found earlier was actually from Sarah's diary.

Everybody goes to the buckle's location, where Scooby discovers the buried book, which is actually a spellbook. Ben reveals that Sarah was indeed a witch, who wielded her witchcraft against the townspeople before the Wiccans used their nature-based powers to imprison her within her own spellbook and his decision, therefore, makes him a warlock, he created the mystery at the museum and engineered the encounters with the gang, knowing they could lead him to the book. After taking it from Ben, the gang attempts to flee in the Mystery Machine, but Ben renders it useless by damaging its tires with his new powers. Ben takes the book back and finally summons Sarah. However, he soon discovers that she has no loyalty to him and her ambitions are to destroy the world to avenge her imprisonment, rather than rule it alongside him.

Disillusioned, Ben attempts to reimprison Sarah, but she tells him that only a Wiccan can defeat her, and imprisons Ben in a magical sphere. The gang launches an attempt to get the book while Sarah turns pumpkins and trees into monsters and alters the size of a turkey in order to stop them. Daphne and Velma free the Hex Girls and the latter convinces Thorn to use her inherited Wiccan power to read the spell to reimprison Sarah. The plan works, but just as she's sucked back into the book and the monsters she created, except for the turkey, are turned back to normal, Sarah pulls Ben in too; imprisoning them both. A burning branch falls onto the book and incinerates it, ensuring that the Ravencrofts can never return. The gang and townsfolk celebrate their deliverance with a concert from the Hex Girls with the gang and the still giant turkey joining in on the performance.

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  • 2 Opening Previews
  • 3 Stay Tuned
  • 4 Opening Logos
  • 5 Opening Credits
  • 7 Opening Credits
  • 8.1 For Hanna-Barbera
  • 9 Closing Logos
  • 10 Closing Credits
  • 11 Trailers

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  • Pokemon: The First Movie
  • Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island
  • Warner Home Video Halloween Collection
  • The Wizard of Oz
  • Animaniacs: Wakko's Wish
  • Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost Soundtrack (Including 2 Short Music Videos: Scooby-Doo, Where Are You & Hex Girl)

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  • Right After Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost, Watch Courage the Cowardly Dog Prove He's No Chicken. As He Races Against Time Testing His Skills and Strength, Overcoming His Fears to Save the One He Loves. It's All on the Academy Award-Nominated Short, Courage the Cowardly Dog in The Chicken from Outer Space, a Cartoon Network Exclusive Following Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost.

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Opening credits [ ].

  • Hanna-Barbera and Warner Bros. Present
  • "Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost"
  • Written by: Rick Copp & David A. Goodman and Davis Doi & Glenn Leopold
  • Music Score Composed by: Louis Febre
  • Edited by: Rob DeSales
  • Executive Producers: Jean MacCurdy, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera
  • Supervising Producer: Davis Doi
  • Produced by: Cos Anzilotti
  • Directed by: Jim Stenstrum

Ending Credits [ ]

  • Scott Innes as Scooby-Doo and Shaggy
  • Mary Kay Bergman as Daphne
  • Frank Welker as Fred
  • B.J. Ward as Velma
  • Tim Curry as Ben Ravencroft
  • Kimberly Brooks as Luna
  • Jennifer Hale as Thorn
  • Jane Wiedlin as Dusk
  • Bob Joles as Jack
  • Tress MacNeille as Sarah Ravencroft
  • Peter Renaday as McKnight
  • Neil Ross as Mayor
  • Associate Producer: Diana Ritchey
  • Production Coordinator: Stephen DePace
  • Special Story Consultant: Glenn Leopold
  • Additional Development: Lance Falk, Michael Diaz
  • Voice Director: Kris Zimmerman
  • Casting Director: Collette Sunderman
  • Animation Timing Directors: Robert Alvarez, Frank Andrina, Jeffrey Hall, Herbert Moore, Ron Myrick, Kunio Shimamura, James T. Walker, Allen Wilzbach
  • Storyboards: Aluir Amancio, Barry Caldwell, Armando Carrillo, Vic Dal Chele, Jerry Eisenberg, Jeff Gordon, Tim Maltby, Phillip Norwood, Mario Piluso, Marcus Williams
  • Storyboard Clean-Up: Dublin Evans, Vaughn Tada
  • Background Key Design: Drew Gentle, Ed Haney, Greg Martin, Charles W. Proctor, Junnita Tramell
  • Character Design: Rogerio Nogueira, Matthew Taylor
  • Prop Design: Mark Bachand, Vaughn Tada
  • Character Clean-Up: Barbara Krueger, Mark Lewis
  • Character Design Consultant: Iwao Takamoto
  • Artwork Coordinator: Lance Falk
  • Background Paint: Bonnie Callahan, Ruben Chavez, Michael Chen, Al Gmuer, Greg Martin, Jim Mondares, Craig Robertson, Rustico T. Roca Jr.
  • Animation Checking: Sandy Benenati, Karl Jacobs
  • Written by: David Mook and Ben Raleigh
  • Performed by: Billy Ray Cyrus, Courtesy of Mercury Records
  • Produced by: John Kelton and Keith Stegall
  • Music by: Bodie Chandler
  • Lyrics by: Glenn Leopold
  • Produced and Arranged by: Garry Lionelli and Bodie Chandler
  • Sung by: The Hex Girls (Jennifer Hale, Jane Wiedlin and Kimberly Brooks)
  • Sung by: The Hex Girls (Terry Wood, Angie Jaree and Gigi Worth)
  • Music Supervisor: Bodie Chandler
  • Scoring Mixer: John Richards
  • Orchestrations: Lolita Ritmanis, Louis Febre
  • Orchestra Conductor: Jeffrey Schindler, Louis Febre
  • Orchestra Contractor: Patti Zimmitti
  • Music Editor: Marty Wereski
  • Music Preparation: Janice Hayen
  • Music Scoring Facility: Paramount Scoring Stage M
  • Ink and Paint Supervisor: Geno DuBois
  • Color Stylists: Artin Achamalian, Kathleen Irvine, Linda Redondo
  • Painters/Mark-Up: Kim Bowen, Kim Dahl, Lisa Leonardi, Eric Nordberg, William Ohanesian Jr.
  • Xerography: Star Wirth, Martin Crossley
  • Shipping: Bill Ryan
  • Animation Services: Mook Co., Ltd.
  • Animation Director: Hiroshi Aoyama
  • Assistant Directors: Satoshi Saga, Yoshio E. Chatani, Toru Ishida, Kentaro Mizuno
  • Key Animators: Kiyoshi Nakamura, Yoshishige Kosako, Kenichi Shimizu, Koji Nanke, Shuichi Seki, Masahito Kimura, Hiroshi Takaguchi, Genichi Murakami, Hiroyuki Abe, Yumiko Uematso
  • In-Betweeners: Misa Watanabe, Hiroto Fukunaga, Hiroyuki Onishi, Hiromi Sakai, Naoki Yamauchi, Hideki Takahara, Masayuki Ozaki, Yasuhide Yoshida, Masahito Yamada, Keiichi Nagano, Yoshifumi Katsuta, Tetsuro Moronuki, Niandai Animation, Park Young, Pak Production, Sung San Animation, To Production, White Line, Young Woo Production
  • Color Stylists: Hiroko Akimoto, Aiko Hirao, Takahiro Kanakubo, Yukie Haneshi, Niandi Animation, Park Young, Pak Production, Sung San Animation, To Production, White Line, Woo In Production, Young Woo Production
  • Background: Studio Tombo/Noboru Tatsuike, Pak Production
  • Camera: T-Nishimura/Masahide Okino
  • Production: Tetsu Kumase, Toshitsugu Mukaitsubo, Takeshi Ogawa, Kazuo Aoki, Shu-Bee Lee
  • Manager of Post Production: Tim Iverson
  • Post Production Coordinator: Julianne Lins
  • Video Post Supervisor: Gil Iverson
  • Supervising Recording Engineer: Edwin Collins
  • Recording Engineers: Jeff O. Collins, Michael D. McLean
  • Track Readers: Carol Iverson, Joseph Trueba, Michael Trueba, Fred Salinas
  • Dialogue Editing: Jim Hearn, Kerry Iverson
  • Sound Effects Design: Tim Gedemer, M.P.S.E
  • Sound Editor: Rick Hinson, M.P.S.E., Dave Rowe
  • Editorial Facility: Glenwood Editorial, Inc.
  • Foley Editorial: Stuart E. Ablaza
  • Foley Artists: Vincent Guisetti, Monette Holderer
  • Foley Mixer: Andrea Lawson
  • Post Production Sound Services: Castle Oaks Productions
  • Negative Cutting: William E. DeBoer, Jr., Kelly Weyer
  • Color Timers: Ron Sanders, Ed Weyer
  • Video Post Production Facility: Complete Post, Inc.
  • Colorist: Trent Johnson
  • On-Line Editor: Cheryl Campsmith
  • Laboratory Services: C.F.I
  • Production Technology: Dane Taylor
  • Production Assistants: Roma Barba, Joe Bova, Sharra Gage, Nancy Grimaldi, Linda Moore
  • Production Accountants: Joanne Halcon, Douglas Marshall
  • Production Administrators: Athena Christianakis, Maria Womack
  • Production Supervision: Haven Alexander, Ken Duer, Christopher Keenan, Clive Nakayashiki, Joe Sandusky, Howard Schwartz, Scott Sederberg
  • Creative/Development Supervision: Linda Steiner
  • Production Management: Andy Lewis
  • Special Thanks To: Joe Ruby and Ken Spears
  • Music from the Soundtrack Available On: Kid Rhino
  • Dolby Surround®
  • This Picture Made Under the Jurisdiction of I.A.T.S.E.-IA, Affiliated with A.F.L.-C.I.O.
  • ©1999 Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc. All Right Reserved
  • Hanna-Barbera · A Time Warner Company
  • Cartoon Network, Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc. and Stretch Films, Inc. Present
  • A John R. Dilworth Film
  • Starring: Courage the Cowardly Dog in
  • "The Chicken from Outer Space"
  • Written, Produced & Directed by: John R. Dilworth
  • Voices: Courage/Murie/Farmer/Mouse/Chicken - Howard Hoffman
  • Music by: Steven Saltzman
  • Layout & Posing by: John R. Dilworth
  • Layout Assistants: Matthew Oldfield, Jeffrey Speiser
  • Timing Director: John R. Dilworth
  • Animators: Jean Pierre Dillard, Chris Garrison, James Peyropoulos, John R. Dilworth
  • Assistant Animators: Michael Adams, Samuel Levine, Thomas Bone' III, Thessia MacHado, Namho E
  • Clean Up Artists: Michael Adams, Jeff Brennan, Chris Dechert
  • Background & Color Styling: Margaret Frey
  • Ink & Paint Facility: Cha-Pow
  • Artists: Ed Mironiuk, Kris Tercek
  • Sound Design: Michael M. Geisler
  • Sound Editor: Richard Gray
  • Foley Recordist: Lenise Bent
  • Foley Artists: Doug Madick, Vincent Guisetti
  • Re-Recording Mixers: Lance Wiseman, Lee Watters
  • Sound Facility: Gnome Productions, Inc., Bruce Nazarian
  • Pre-Productin Coordinator: Marie Poe
  • Administrative Manager: Risa McInnes
  • Post-Production Coordinator: Michael M. Geisler
  • Animation Checkers: Rose Eng, Stella Loguirato
  • Production Assistant: Irene Weu
  • Digital Spaceship by: Shawn Esposito, Terrorbyte FX
  • Film Editor: William Hohauser
  • Track Reader: Richard Cohen
  • Associate Producer: Rob marcus
  • Technical Consultant: David Grossman
  • Editorial Faciltiy: Post Group
  • Lab: Four Media Company

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  • Director of Music: Bodie Chandler
  • Post-Production Executive: John Forrest Niss
  • Supervising Film Editor: Paul Douglas
  • Post-Production Supervisor: Gayle Mnookin
  • Post-Production Coordinator: Gail D. Silvers
  • Production Supervisor: Victora McCollum
  • Production Assistants: Sandy Benenati, Linda Moore
  • Production Liaison: Heather Kenyon
  • Executive in Charge of Production; Joe Mazzuca
  • Development Executive: Ellen Cockrill
  • Senior Vice President of Production: Sherry Gunther
  • I.A.S.T.E.-IA (R)
  • Copyright 1995 Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc. - A Turner Company - All Rights Reserved

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