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- Beauty contestants (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Natalie (single appearance)
- Natalie's father (single appearance)
- Barge captain (single appearance)
- Announcer (single appearance)
|Theo Skulkmeter||He could sell the theater for a tidy profit.|
|Gloria Glamour||She was determined to win the "Miss Tri-State Beauty Pageant".|
|Marty||He wanted to leave the "Miss Tri-State Beauty Pageant".|
|Marty as the Siren||To drive off the other contestants, so Gloria Glamour would win.|
Both stories thread the same needle. The keyword is beauty, kiddies. In the first story, a very shockingly drawn and fascinating faux monster stalks a pageant for motives all its own.
The method of the "monster's" attack acknowledges myth and inventively proves to be a soggy impediment for Mystery Inc. who look quite fit under the pencils, inks and colors of Williams, Davis and Becton. The consequences of the attacks allow for the subversion of Scooby-Doo formula without uncharacteristic action, and I can easily see the ending actually happening.