REVIEW: Scooby Doo: The Mystery of the Pyramid

Salisbury Journal: REVIEW: Scooby Doo: The Mystery of the Pyramid REVIEW: Scooby Doo: The Mystery of the Pyramid

THOSE meddling kids were at it again at The Mayflower as Scooby Doo and the gang got in the mystery machine and set out to find the lost gold of the pyramids and unmask some evil mummies.

This is a show where you pretty much know what’s going to happen.

There aren’t any surprises, but then having the same plot every time is part of the hugely popular TV series, so you aren’t expecting any.

Danny Stokes as Shaggy and Eddie Arnold as Scooby deliver those trademark voices with uncanny accuracy and there’s some superb dancing, lively songs and fast-paced energetic performances from the likeable cast.

It’s not one of those shows adults will enjoy as much as the children do – but the children will love it, which is all that really matters.

MORWENNA BLAKE

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