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Disguise tricks are a standard survival trick for characters with sufficient command of toon physics. When they are being chased by an enemy and can get out of sight for a moment, they can pull disguises from nowhere and improvise a situation. The enemy will be completely taken in, at least for a little while. Scooby-Doo and Shaggy Rogers are well known for using disguises to comedically outwit the ghosts.
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
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- Older cartoon characters such as Bugs Bunny are the real masters of this trick.
- While the crossover episode Scoobynatural didn't feature any disguise tricks within the episode itself, a deleted scene on the Supernatural season 13 DVD contains one where a disguised Scooby, Shaggy and Dean Winchester serve the ghost dinner until Dean sprinkles salt on the ghost, a ghost weakness and exposes them, forcing the three to run.