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- Pan lute player (single appearance)
- Lute player (single appearance)
- Officious dwarf (single appearance)
- Judge (single appearance)
- Constable (single appearance)
- Puny sword puller (single appearance)
- Ruthie Girl (single appearance)(no lines)
|Ewan McEwan||To make publicity for his castle.|
|Shane Flinty||Angry that he isn't the king of the fair.|
|Jamison Steven Ripley operating the Glasburgh Dragon||To find the treasure.|
|Song||Credits||Performed by||Character performance by|
|"The Ghosts of Me and You"||Written by Vinnie Fiorelli, Chris DeMakes, Roger Manganelli, Louis "Buddy" Schaub, Pete Wasilewski||Less Than Jake||N/A|
- Glasburgh is a combination of the Scottish cities Glasgow and Edinburgh.
- The logo of Glasburgh Studios is a parody of the Warner Bros. logo.
Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches
- None known.
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- The sign outside the supposed dragon's cave, misspells Glasburgh as "Glassburgh."
- The end of the episode is a great absurdity: since Shaggy and Scooby managed to remove the sword from the stone, both should, by the rules of the Fair, be the kings, but instead, both are placed by the judge in pillories.
In other languages
|Greek||Ο Δράκος της Γλασκόβης||The Dragon of Glasgow|
|Spanish (Latin America)||El Vuelo del Dragón||The Dragon's Fly|
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