The whole movie train set-up was pretty cool, and it was nice that we got to see more of Scooby's relatives, in this case Scooby-Dee. Yeah, it was a little weird seeing Doo and Dum having a crush on their cousin, but they're cartoon dogs, so maybe they work differently when it comes to romantic relationships. Heh!
Watched this for the first time last night, it was certainly an interesting episode. Can someone clarify for me the reasoning behind the name title? I get most of it except "diller" what does that have to do with anything? The train part was cool and how the ended up at the old town.
***** 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" *****
Very good episode, though the whole dog romantic parts were silly. Guess they wanted one episode, where Scooby has a crush on someone. The other stuff, the plot and all were fantastic. My favourite part is when they go to the old town and see the silent film of the life of Milo Booth. That whole scene, the music was very eerie for me when i was little. Now it is not quite as infatic, but still ranks very high, when it comes to Scooby-Doo moments for me.
PS. Don't know what "diller" means.
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Post by 90s2000sDoo on Oct 6, 2017 14:39:10 GMT -5
This is an insanely awesome episode! It features both Scooby Dum and Scooby Dee. It also has a creepy train ride kidnapping. A phony character. It all ends up in a small town with an amazing scene of the silent film showing