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Decoy For A Dognapper

Decoy For A Dognapper (1969) Season 1 Episode 45-5- Scooby Doo, Where Are You! Cartoon Episode Guide Decoy For A Dognapper

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Scooby falls in love with a poodle who is suddenly dog napped; the third prize dog stolen in 3 days! To cease this canine crime wave, the gang grooms Scooby to look like the champion Great Dane of Bob Miller, and set him up as a decoy. It works all too well: Scooby is kidnapped and it's up to the kids to save him. When the ruse is discovered, Scooby is locked into a huge box and given a ride down the mountain on an old handcar; Shaggy intercepts, and the gang help both of them before they become smashed into a week from next Saturday morning by an oncoming passenger train ahead of them. They find a deserted Indian Village which is inhabited by a sinister witch doctor who orders them to go. Naturally they ignore his advice and investigate the village anyway; there they find and free the three other stolen prize dogs. They also discover who the thieving witch doctor is: Buck Masters, owner of the first dog stolen, who was determined to win the next competition.

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