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Professor Pound claims to have a device to bring back the ghost of Napoleon, but the experiment goes wrong and Napoleon goes on a rampage.
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- Ghost of Napoleon Bonaparte/actor (single appearance)(disguise)
- Professor J. Milton Pound (single appearance)
- Homeless people (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Napoleon Bonaparte (only time mentioned)(deceased)
- Driver (single appearance)
- Miscellaneous pedestrians (single appearance)(no lines)
- Alexander 1 (only time mentioned)
- Radio announcer (only time heard)
- Horse (single appearance)(no lines)
- United States
- Europe (mentioned)
- Professor Pound's machine
- Autograph of Napoleon (photograph)
- Hot dog
- Fishing net
- Pantograph (flashback only)
|Professor Pound||To make it look like his machine really brought back Napoleon.|
|Mr. Freedman||For a news story.|
|Hamilton Warner||He's an expert on Napoleon.|
| Unnamed actor as the Ghost of Napoleon Bonaparte|
Prof. J. Milton Pound
|Prof. Pound wanted revenge on Hamilton Warner for exposing his last hoax.|
- This story is a tad sexist. The first time was when Shaggy thought he was holding Daphne's hand (really Scooby's), and told her to stop washing dishes as it was rough; and the second time was having Daphne cook for the entire gang and Napoleon (although the latter does describe as being a masterful one).
- Disguise: None.
- Scooby Snacks bribe: 0.
- "Zoinks" count: 0.
- "Jeepers" count: 0.
- "Jinkies" count: 0.
- None known.
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- On page 3, panel 3, Bonaparte is spelt, "Bonapart."
- Daphne can speak French, although that doesn't help later on in the What's New, Scooby-Doo? episode, Big Scare in the Big Easy, when she wonders what "meddling kids" means in French.
- On page 8, panel 1, the newspaper spells Napoleon as "Nepoleon."
- Either Fred and Shaggy live together or one of them was sleeping over at the other one's house.
- The reasoning behind the autograph of Napoleon being worthless, which is the first part of why Professor Pound hired the actor to play the fake Napoleon, would've suited Mr. Warner better, because he's the one who owned it, not Professor Pound.