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Scooby-Doo et la Folie du catch
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Titre original Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery
Année de la première 2014
Écrit par Michael Ryan
Réalisé par Brandon Vietti
Chronologie
Film précédent
Scooby-Doo et le Fantôme de l'Opéra
Film suivant
Scooby-Doo : Aventures en Transylvanie

Scooby-Doo et la Folie du catch est le vingt-et-unième des films direct-to-video (DVD) basés sur la franchise Scooby-Doo. Il a été créé par Warner Bros. Animation et WWE Studios.

Résumé brefModifier

Resume pris de WWE.com[1]:

Quand Sammy et Scooby gagnent des billets à WrestleMania, tout le gang voyage en Mystery Machine à WWE City pour assister à ce grand événement. Pourtant, quand un ours-fantôme mystérieux apparaît et menace de ruiner le spectacle, Scooby, Sammy, Véra, Daphné et Fred coopèrent avec les vedettes de WWE pour résoudre le mystère.

SynopsisModifier

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Acteurs et personnagesModifier

Version originaleModifier

Acteur/Actrice Personnage
Frank Welker Scooby-Doo
Fred Jones
Matthew Lillard Sammy Rogers
Grey DeLisle Griffin Daphné Blake
Mindy Cohn Véra Dinkley
Charles S. Dutton Cookie
Mary McCormack Mlle Richards
John Cena lui-même
Brodus Clay lui-même
Michael Cole lui-même
Kane lui-même
A.J. Lee elle-même
Santino Marella lui-même
The Miz lui-même
Triple H lui-même
Vince McMahon lui-même
Corey Burton Bayard
anounceur
Bumper Robinson Ruben
Fred Tatasciore Ours-Fantôme (crédité comme "Bear", i.e. "Ours")
Non-crédités
Alberto Del Rio
Les membres de l'équipe de WrestleMania
Big Show
Famille regardant WrestleMania (père, mère et fils)
Collecteurs des billets (une femme et un homme)
Filles regardant WrestleMania
Raton laveur
Les supporteurs aux torses nus
Apprentis de catch
Personnages non-parlants
L'équipe de danse de Brodus Clay
Jerry "The King" Lawler
Jimmy Hart
Les agents de sécurité
Sgt. Slaughter
Sin Cara Grande (rétrospection)
Sin Cara
Vicious (rétrospection)
Serveuse

ChansonsModifier

Chanson Créateurs Chantée par
"Fight Or Fright" Musique et paroles écrits par Andy Sturmer Socrates Devinger
"My Time Is Now" Écrite par Marc Joseph Predka, John Cena et Bobby Russel (avec la permission de WWE Music Group) John Cena et Tha Trademarc
"Let's Light It Up" Écrites par Jim Johnston (avec la permission de  WWE Music Group) Kari Kimmel
"No Chance In Hell" Jim Johnston
"Veil Of Fire"
"I Came To Play" Downstait

Les vilainsModifier

Les suspectsModifier

Suspect Motif/raison
Kane Il veut regagner le titre.
Bayard Il n'aime pas les gens qui entrent dans sa propriété.
Ruben Il est frustré que Cookie ne veut pas le former.
Mlle Richards Elle appelle Sammy et Scooby voleurs pour avoir "voler" la ceinture.

CoupablesModifier

Coupable Motif/raison
Cookie comme l'Ours-Fantôme Sa jambe endommagée lui faisait haïr WWE, qu'il alors voulait arrêter.

LieuxModifier

Notes/triviaModifier

  • Due to being a tie-in to that year's WrestleMania, this film was promoted more than the other ones have been, although the one thing it didn't get which the others did was a novelization (perhaps because of the trademarks of the WWE name, but that's not explicitly confirmed):
    • Mattel released two 2-packs including Scooby and either John Cena or Sin Cara.
    • WWE released t-shirts.
    • Scooby-Doo (or a guy in a suit) appeared on the March 24 edition of WWE Raw, the day before the film was released on DVD and Blu-ray. He "assisted" Sin Cara in the ring against Damian Sandow.
  • The opening theme presents a lot of elements of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, including:
  • In the teaser, when Miz first encounters the Ghost Bear, he refers to it as "Yogi".
  • The Mystery Machine has been redesigned, resembling the new look it had the Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get A Clue! TV series.
  • Shaggy references the fact that the gang wear the same outfits every day when Daphne and Velma complain to him about forgetting their luggage. Also, when Daphne only has two scarfs to choose from she asks Velma which one is better with a predictable response.
  • The businesses in are named after subjects relating to and wrestling in general:
    • Sleeper Hold Hotel is a reference to a wrestling move.
    • Royal Rumble Ribs is a reference to the pay-per-view event held every January by the WWE.
    • McMahon's Waffle House is named after Mr. McMahon. It even has his face on top of the sign.
    • Tap Out Diner may refer to the submission move.
    • Tombstone Tacos is a spoof name on the Undertaker's signature move, Tombstone.
  • Numerous references are made to Brodus Clay's time as the Funkasaurus.
  • Brodus's dancers appear to be based on the Funkadactyls who had already disbanded at the time.
  • Brodus refers to his entrance music, "Somebody Call My Momma", when he says "Time somebody called your Momma" when facing the Ghost Bear, and when a man in the WrestleMania crowd held a sign saying "Somebody call your Momma".
  • During the broadcast of WrestleMania on television, three sequences were shown of four girls watching the main event on their sofa, resembling Cassie Sandsmark (Wonder Girl), Artemis Crock (Artemis), Zatara Zatanna (Zatara), and Megan Morse (Miss Martian) from Young Justice: Invasion, the second season of Young Justice on Cartoon Network. Brandon Vietti, who directed this film, was the co-creator of the Young Justice TV series.

Inconstitencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/odditiesModifier

  • Fred was a major wrestling fan in the What's New, Scooby-Doo? episode, Wrestle Maniacs, but here he has to be guilted in to going to WrestleMania. Daphne also had no problem in going to the Bosepheus Jumbo Wrestling Bowl in the aformentioned episode, but she really doesn't want to go to WrestleMania at all.
  • Are the gang that incompetent that they leave Shaggy to pack their bags for the trip?
  • Even if they did only wear one outfit they would still need another set of a fresh clothing, not to mention underwear.
  • It's implied, but not explicitly confirmed that those who work at the WWE live in WWE City. It's unknown if this applies to everyone of its employees.

In other languagesModifier

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (Latin America) Scooby-Doo! Misterio en el ring (DVD)
Scooby-Doo! Misterio en la lucha libre (movie)
Scooby-Doo! Mystery in the ring
Scooby-Doo! Mystery in the Wrestling
Greek Scooby-Doo! Μυστήριο στη Παγκόσμια Πάλη Scooby-Doo! Mystery at the World Wrestling


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