Scooby Doo is one of the most recognizable television characters of all time. I practically grew up with Hanna-Barbara’s animated Great Dane, and the stories surrounding his close friends and him as they went about solving mysteries had me head over heels when I was a kid. The animation was beautifully hand-drawn, the plots and their go-abouts were both imaginative and intriguing, and though I don’t find the television show very funny today, I used to think it was downright hilarious in my younger years.A
My father used to buy these animated films for me back then, in the form of VCDs and video cassettes, which was how I got introduced to many of the earlier Scooby Doo films. These were easily better in terms of both production value and creative merits when compared to the incarnations the Mystery Incorporated had had on TV. None of the movies have been great, exactly, but they’ve all been entertaining, which is pretty much the only thing the title character to these ever claimed he would offer. With that said, here is the list of Scooby Doo movies, ranked from worst to best. You can watch several of these Scooby Doo movies on Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime.
10. Scooby Doo and the Loch Ness Monster (2004)
The basic premise for a lot of Scooby Doo films is a fair, a cultural event wherein masked individuals can be plenty, and everyone is exposed. Of course, the show being targeted to kids, played these aspects very safely. This time, they’re off to Scotland for the Highland games, where they stay in Daphne’s ancestral home (she’s part-Scottish, apparently). They meet a couple interesting characters, most of them rehashed versions of popular Scooby Doo villains, in at least the traits they possess, and several stories and opinions about the Loch Ness monster begin to pop up. The usual happenings with a Scooby Doo film take place here as well, from when a menacing Nessie begins to wreak havoc.
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9. Scooby Doo in Arabian Nights (1994)