Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: Season One, Part 2 - Crystal Cove Curse is a two disc set containing the last fourteen episodes, 13-26, of the first season of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated. It was released by Warner Home Video on January 24, 2012.
It’s the “Most Hauntedest Place on Earth,” says the sign as you enter Crystal Cove, and it’s home to none other than Scooby-Doo and the gang. Everyone’s favorite meddling kids keep the town’s monsters, phantoms, wild bikers and more in check in every fast-paced episode – you’d expect nothing less – but even more mysterious things are afoot. Like who is Mr. E? What is their sassy, high-kicking friend Angel Dynamite hiding? But the most mysterious things of all are golden discs that every feathered and horned freak in town seems to be after, even though they carry a curse. It’s the very same curse that drove apart the original Mystery Incorporated 20 years ago and now it’s happening all over again!
- When The Cicada Calls
- Mystery Solvers Club State Finals
- The Wild Brood
- Where Walks Aphrodite
- Escape From Mystery Manor
- The Dragon's Secret
- The Siren's Song
- Menace Of The Manticore
- Attack Of The Headless Horror
- A Haunting In Crystal Cove
- Dead Justice
- Pawn of Shadows
- All Fear the Freak
- The front cover is loosely based on All Fear the Freak. Mystery Inc. (with Shaggy Rogers holding a Planispheric Disk piece) and Sheriff Bronson Stone run away from the Old Spanish Church. Objects fly around including Mr. E's signature envelope, a photo of Fred Jones's fake mom, another one of the original Mystery Inc., a third containing an image of the teenage Brad Chiles and Judy Reeves inside a locket, and finally a map of the Planispheric Disk.
- Nightfright is listed as Night Fright, and Menace of the Manticore as The Menace of Manticore.
- A repackaged version of this DVD with a green frame was released March 26, 2013, but instead, the lower right-hand banner simply says "14 Mysteries", since by that time the episodes were not entirely new.
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