Special Sub-Topic: "Scooby Doo" - "Hassle in the Castle"
|What is the name of the old castle that is on the island?|
Old Vasquez Castle. In the show, the old Vasquez Castle is an old pirate fortress.
|When Scooby hands Fred a torn piece of map, what does it say on the back?|
"Danger, leave Haunted Isle". Scooby picks up the torn piece of map and under it is a crab. That scares Scooby and he runs for the gang. He tries to stop and whips sand all over their bodies.
|When did Vasquez the pirate sail the seas?|
1612. Vasquez the pirate used the castle for a hideout.
|Which of the gang members falls through the trap door?|
Daphne. It has to be Daphne cause she is called "Danger Prone Daphne". Velma had warned her that the castle might be loaded with traps.
|What is the first clue that they find?|
A big blue key. The big blue key has writing on it that says, "The second passage in the Old Bell". The "Old Bell" is a name of a book that leads the gang to the library. They go to the second passage in the book and the word "catacombs" is underlined in red. The word "catacombs" meant in the basement. That's where they find all the magic stuff.
|Scooby dresses up as who, so the Phantom will chase him?|
John Wayne. John Wayne was an actor that played in some cowboy movies.
|How do they capture the phantom?|
Scooby falls on him. Fred's plan would have worked if Scooby would have jumped; he starts the trap and at the end of it, Scooby is sucked in a suction cup on the ceiling and falls right on him.
|Who is "rhe phantom"?|
Bluestone. Bluestone is an ex-magician, that's why there was a lot of magic stuff in the basement.
|How many states is "the phantom" wanted in?|
Six. The cop says, "He was an ex-magician wanted in six states."
|How does "the phantom" walk right through a solid wall?|
It is an illusion done with trick mirrors and a special projector. He shows the gang how he did it. He steps in front of the mirror and when he steps away from the mirror, it appears that he can walk through walls.
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