TV Episode of The New Scooby Doo Movies: The Ghost of the Red Baron
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  • I was a bit disappointed by the fact the Stooges really didn’t have a big role

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      My daughter wanted to watch Scooby Doo yesterday evening after school. Fortunately for her, I was able to find an old episode of The New Scooby Doo Movies on one of our channels.

      This one also happened to be one I hadn’t seen before, The Ghost of the Red Baron.

      When you think about it, there were quite a few plot holes in this episode to begin with that really should have pointed out the

      ghost wasn’t really a ghost.

      After all, what would the ghost of the Red Baron being doing in the United States in the first place and why would his plane be a ghost too?

      Despite that, the episode did turn out to be somewhat clever and funny.

      They had the Three Stooges as guest stars with Curly Joe trying out as a crop duster pilot after a bunch of other pilots quit after being attacked ...

      • by the Red Baron.

        The mystery turns out, as always, to be about someone trying to buy the land dirt cheap so they can re-sell it to the government.

        But, they didn’t really start finding any clues regarding that until later in the episode.

        I was a bit disappointed by the fact the Stooges really didn’t have a big role.

        They had some scenes and a few jokes.

        But, given the fact they were a

        well-known comedy team and the guest star, you would think they would have been a bit more involved in the case; maybe even finding a clue or two.

        I also never really understood why exactly they had the Red Baron jumping really high (which was the result of springs) since that isn’t something you would normally expect a ghost, especially the ghost of a pilot, to do.

        Overall, this turned out to be an OK episode but it wasn’t one of my favorites.

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