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Product NameWhat's New Scooby-Doo, Vol. 2 - Safari So Good!
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Long DescriptionSAFARI, SO GOODI! follows SPACE APE AT THE CAPE as the second compilation of episodes from the hit TV series, WHAT'S NEW SCOOBY-DOO? The collection contains 4 episodes: (1) SAFARI, SO GOODI! Concerned about the region's diminishing animal population, Velma takes the gang to East Africa for a video safari. Once there, they learn the animals aren't just disappearing--they're being replaced by shape-shifting jungle demons! (2) ROLLER GHOSTER RIDE The gang prepares for a day of adventure at Thrillrides. But fun turns to danger and mystery when they encounter a series of "accidental" malfunctions on the park's attractions. (3) IT'S MEAN, IT'S GREEN, IT'S THE MYSTERY MACHINE The Mystery Machine becomes a mystery itself when it suddenly seems to have a mind of its own. (4) RIVA RAS REGAS The gang's trip to Las Vegas for a pop concert turns into a ghost hunt when the specter of Rufus Raucous, a masked magician thought to be dead, wreaks havoc in the theater.
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