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Scooby-Doo and the gang travel to a historic battlefield in Pennsylvania, to investigate the mysterious appearance of ghost zombie Civil War soldiers, during which, they come face to face with a rival mystery-solving gang, learning an important lesson about teamwork.
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- Funky Phantom Crew (only cartoon appearance)
- Ghost of Abraham Lincoln (Mudsy's transformation/disguise)
- Ebb (single appearance)
- Civil War Zombie Ghosts (single appearance)(no lines)(holograms)
- Ghost sergeant (single appearance)(Jebb's disguise)
- Jebb (single appearance)
- Father (single appearance)
- Mother (single appearance)(no lines)
- Son (single appearance)
- Daughter (single appearance)(no lines)
- Hot dog vendor (single appearance)(no lines)
- Alexander Hamilton (only time mentioned)(deceased)
- Aaron Burr (only time mentioned)(deceased)
- Abraham Lincoln (portrait and money print)
- Gift shop owner (single appearance)
- Police officer (single appearance)(no lines)
- Speed Bugs (cameo)
|Ebb||He warned the gang to leave.|
|Jebb as the ghost sergeant||To find the Civil War payroll soldier's hidden gold.|
- Scooby and Shaggy's were revealed to be nicknames of Scoobert and Norville in the A Pup Named Scooby-Doo episodes The Sludge Monster from the Earth's Core and Curse of the Collar, respectively.
- Velma announces the celebrity guest in the title card.
- Just like the Speed Bugs being specifically named in the The New Scooby-Doo Movies, the Funky Phantom Crew are also specifically named in this series.
- Mystery Inc. had already met the Funky Phantom Crew in DC Comics' Scooby-Doo story Big House Brouhaha.
- Tom Kenny previously voiced another incarnation of Jonathan Wellington Muddlemore in the Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated episode Mystery Solvers Club State Finals.
- Perhaps to mock the fact that Hanna-Barbera created the Funky Phantom as "clones" of Mystery Inc., they are extremely arrogant thinking that they are the superior mystery solvers.
- The title is an allusion to the real-world Abraham Lincoln's House Divided Speech on June 16, 1858.
- Muddlemore refers to the Burr-Hamilton duel.
- Having fictional Abraham Lincoln promoted as the celebrity guest, hides the real guest star attraction, that this is a crossover between the cast of The Funky Phantom.
- The cast of Hanna-Barbera's Speed Buggy also make cameos.
- When Fred suggests that they "head 'em off at the pass", Daphne replies with "I hate that cliché!" Slim Pickens and Harvey Korman had the same exchange in the 1974 Mel Brooks film Blazing Saddles.
Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches
- None known.
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- Even though this is supposed to be a continuation of The New Scooby-Doo Movies, Shaggy & Scooby are in hysterics at the idea of Speed Buggy being a talking car, despite having had an entire case together in the aforementioned series episode The Weird Winds of Winona.
Jebb: And I would've gotten away with it, too, if it wasn't for you meddling kids--um--er--ten of you!