I liked the upbeat chase song, too! I think the 60s-style chase songs from 1970 were far more fitting than the ones in WNSD.
I agree with loving the 60s songs but the WNSD songs went with the modern take on the show.
As for this episode, I enjoyed it a lot. Unfortunately I feel as though this is one of those episodes that gets neglected in syndication. (Along with Don't Fool With A Phantom. They play Spooky Space Kook and Foul Play In Funland a lot more.)
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Good episode. The idea of the gang camping out, while in the same location of where a Werewolf lives, actually makes for some great atmosphere. The scene with just the werewolf's eyes, and the footprints is actually quite unsettling, especially for a young kid. The fact that there are no other people in the area, especially makes it creepy.
Post by scoobydoobus on Feb 3, 2016 14:58:45 GMT -5
I love this episode. For some reason, I never seem to remember it very well and even forgot it was a part of the show. That's weird, because I can pretty much tell somebody every thing that happens in every episode.
My first memory of this episode is getting up one morning before my parents were awake, and watching it on TV. At the very end of the episode, Scooby has the creepy werewolf mask on his face and is doing this fake wolf howl. Thinking everything was over, and then seeing THAT - sent me right back upstairs to bed under my covers! I was scared shatless!!!
This one was good, always love werewolves as villains. Does anyone remember the Goosebumps episode Werewolf of Fever Swamp? That werewolf was soo scary!!! I had shivers up my spine every time I watched it! And there was a really good episode of Are You Afraid of the Dark with a werewolf too.
***** From The No Faced Zombie Chase Case Shaggy: "We'll just tell the night watchman there's a zombie on the loose, dilly-dallying with the dollies" *****
Post by 90s2000sDoo on Sept 19, 2017 17:46:57 GMT -5
This episode is often neglected but really great. I love the camping plot in the woods next to a graveyard. The werewolf is scary and really great. The lack of culprits is the only negative, but adds to the scariness
I enjoy a Scooby-Doo mystery where there are no suspects, and the person in the ghost or monster costume is someone the gang hadn't met before, like this one. Too bad it doesn't happen often anymore (though there was a recent "Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?" episode that did so!) And so as a result, the voice cast for this episode was pretty lean, with just the five main cast members doing all the voice work, including Frank Welker as the werewolf and his true identity (especially obvious when he was crying out "Help! Save me!" when hanging onto the waterfall branch), and Don Messick as the sheriff. Well, unless you also count Austin Roberts as the lead vocalist for the "Tell Me, Tell Me" song, as he was also credited as part of the voice cast (credited as George A. Robertson Jr.) Despite being a pretty unusual werewolf design, I thought he looked pretty neat. When Trick-Or-Treat Studios came out with their line of Scooby-Doo villain masks this year, of course I just HAD to buy the Big Bad Werewolf mask first.
And of course!I couldn't resist reenacting Scooby's little gag at the end where he spooks Shaggy wearing the mask of the werewolf they caught and apprehended... Except by that time they had already shaved off the mask's orange hair, while it's still intact on MY mask and will stay that way.