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Scooby, Shaggy, Freddy, Daphne and Velma are boating across the ocean to a spooky mansion on an island. Scooby has been chosen as an heir to the late Colonel Beaureguard Sanders, whom Scooby rescued from a pond years before. The gang arrives and meet the other four heirs, Cousin Slicker, Cousin Simple, Nephew Norble and Sweet Cousin Maldahyde. To get the 1,000,000 dollars in the will, everybody must stay a whole night in the Sanders Mansion. Cosgoode Creeps, the Colonel's lawyer, explains that the mansion is haunted, much to Scooby and Shaggy's horror.
That night. while Scooby is taking a bath, the bathtub goes through a secret passage and down a chute into a coal cellar with Scooby in it. Down there, a green, chain-rattling phantom shadow appears, laughing. Scooby is terrified and he breaks out of the basement. He frantically tries to explain what happened, but after seeing the bathtub in place and bolted to the floor, they dismiss it and go to bed. That night, the phantom shadow makes his way up the stairs and goes up to Cousin Simple's room stands over his bed, laughing. Mystery Inc. goes to investigate and Cousin Simple is gone. On a dusty mirror, a menacing message warns them to leave the island, signed the Phantom Shadow. The gang sets up a fake Scooby dummy to trick the phantom and Scooby and Shaggy hide out on the drainpipe. The Phantom, pushes over the drainpipe and Velma tries to help, but is pulled out as well. The drainpipe swings the three down into a secret cave in the side of the rock. They find a bunch of Civil War memorabilia and then they go up an elevator that leads, secretly, up into Cousin Slicker's room. Cousin Slicker is missing as well. They gang all meet up and realize all of the heirs are missing and all that's left is Scooby. The gang follows the sound of an organ playing. They find the organ and then see something written down on a music book. It reads "Feed the organ, and watch the floor". Scooby plays the piano and the walls begin to cave in! Scooby starts playing as fast as he can and the walls stop. Velma deduces that Feed means notes. F-E-E-D. Playing the notes, a trapdoor opens and the gang climbs down steps to gthe basement where they see the heirs inside coffins and the Phantoms, except there are two and they are not shadows!
The Phantoms chase the gang all around the mansion until they manage to lose them, and Shaggy gets green paint on his hands. That gives Fred an idea. They devise a trap, including a fan and a washing machine. It backfires, when Scooby turns on the fan too soon and the entire contraption goes airborne, but it still catches the phantoms, unmasked as Cosgoode Creeps, along with his partner, Crawls. They were trying to scare all of the heirs off of the island so they could keep the million dollars to themself. The bodies in the coffins were dummies and they painted themselves to be green ghosts. The million dollars turn out to be confederate money and then a floating bone materializes, but thats one thing that Scooby isn't afraid of.
-- Anythingspossibleforapossible 15:42, April 29, 2011 (UTC)
Re: How Important is the Star Wars comparison?
I'd say just as "important" as the Big Ben chiming. At the end of the day, it's just trivia. It may well have been inspired by Scooby-Doo. It's just interesting to note/know, just as all trivia is. Personally I'd leave it in.21:44, November 11, 2014 (UTC)