TV Short | | Animation, Short, Comedy
The Scooby gang get lost in the woods while trying the solve the mystery of a mysterious creature lurking within the forest.
This premiered only once, on Halloween of 1999. The Scooby-Doo Project was broken down into commercial break stingers during Cartoon Network's Halloween Scooby-Doo marathon, and then it was aired in its entirety after the marathon finished. It parodied its source material, The Blair Witch Project (1999), very well. To this day, it's never received a home media release of any kind, even though it was widely advertised by Cartoon Network before its premiere and was enjoyed by both kids and adults alike.
Okay now we're trying to put the tent up before it gets too dark, so I'm going to keep rolling in case that spook appears
Velma Dinkley: we got to make sure we put the tent tarp on
Velma Dinkley: now we're putting the stakes up to hold the tent
Fred: Will you please put the camera down ...
This was first released as a series of bumpers during the October 1999 Scooby-Doo marathon. But at Halloween (and then sometime in December), they were collected into a full-length special.
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