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This compilation from the '70s TV series finds the crime-solving fivesome (two girls, two boys, and a dog) nabbing many criminally minded adults masquerading as ghosts. But that should be a surprise only to them, because viewers old and new of this cartoon with a laugh track are as familiar with the group's M.O as they are with Shaggy's elevated sandwiches. In "Go Away Ghost Ship," the team tries to intercept a marauding apparition of a vessel only to be sunk and shanghaied to a "dead" pirate's hideaway. "A Night of Fright Is No Delight" finds Scooby-Doo named as one of five possible heirs to an eccentric millionaire's fortune. The catch? The inheritors must survive the night in the deceased's haunted home. The crew are boating again in "Hassle in the Castle" when engine trouble lands them on the shores of Haunted Isle. Daphne falls through a trap door, and Fred must devise a way to catch the phantom and save his pals. Finally, the gang's car radiator overheats, landing them in "The Haunted House Hang-up." Shaggy and Scooby-Doo's quest for well water for the car quickly lands the entire group in spooky pursuit of a headless phantom. These four 22-minute episodes are harmless enough to be viewed by all ages, but will be most enjoyed by children ages 4 and older, and their nostalgic parents. --Kimberly Heinrichsmore