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Scooby Doo (8-Jun-2002)

Director: Raja Gosnell

Writers: James Gunn; Craig Titley

Keywords: Juvenile

Live-action film adaptation of the cartoon series of the same name follows a reunited Mystery Inc. gang's investigation of "spooks" haunting a strange tropical island.

ABSTRACT
Two years following a sudden breakup, the Mystery Inc. gang unexpectedly reunite at a strange tropical destination called Spooky Island, each invited to visit without prior knowledge of the rest of the group's expected arrival. The island, a resort destination operated by a curious individual named Emile Mondavarious, appears to be haunted by "spooks" determined to scare tourists away, forcing Shaggy and the old crew to work together just like old times if they are to successfully crack the case and save the day.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Pamela Anderson
Actor
1-Jul-1967   Baywatch
Rowan Atkinson
Actor
6-Jan-1955   Mr. Bean
Linda Cardellini
Actor
25-Jun-1975   Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
Isla Fisher
Actor
3-Feb-1976   Shannon Reed on Home and Away
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Actor
14-Apr-1977   Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Nicholas Hope
Actor
25-Dec-1958   Bad Boy Bubby
Matthew Lillard
Actor
24-Jan-1970   Scream, Scooby-Doo, SLC Punk
Mark McGrath
Musician
15-Mar-1968   Frontman for Sugar Ray
Miguel A. Núñez, Jr.
Actor
11-Aug-1964   Marcus Taylor on Tour of Duty
Freddie Prinze, Jr.
Actor
8-Mar-1976   She's All That
Frank Welker
Actor
16-Feb-1945   Voice actor, Transformers

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