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{{DISPLAYTITLE:''Scooby's Chinese Fortune Kooky Caper''}}
 
{{Infobox Episode
 
{{Infobox Episode
| image= Scooby's Chinese Fortune Kooky Caper title card.png
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| mainimage= Moon Monster behind Shaggy and Scooby.png
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| titlecard= Scooby's Chinese Fortune Kooky Caper title card.png
 
| series= The Scooby-Doo Show
 
| series= The Scooby-Doo Show
| episode= 312
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| episodenum= 312
| airdate= November 25, 1978
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| airdate= November 25, 1978 ([[ABC]])
| writtenby= [[Haskell Barkin]]
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| writtenby=
| directedby= [[Charles A. Nichols]]
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| directedby=
 
| previousepisode= ''[[The Diabolical Disc Demon]]''
 
| previousepisode= ''[[The Diabolical Disc Demon]]''
 
| nextepisode= ''[[A Menace in Venice]]''
 
| nextepisode= ''[[A Menace in Venice]]''
 
}}
 
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'''''Scooby's Chinese Fortune Kooky Caper''''' orginally aired as the first of three segments of ''[[Scooby's All-Stars]]'', later repackaged as the twelfth episode of the [[The Scooby-Doo Show season 3|third season]] of ''[[The Scooby-Doo Show]]'', and the thirty-sixth episode overall in the series.
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'''''Scooby's Chinese Fortune Kooky Caper''''' is the first of three segments of ''[[Scooby's All-Stars]]''. It was later repackaged as the twelfth episode of the [[The Scooby-Doo Show season 3|third season]] of ''[[The Scooby-Doo Show]]'', and the thirty-sixth episode overall in the series.
   
 
==Premise==
 
==Premise==
[[Mystery Inc.|The gang]] travel to [[China]] to visit a friend, there the gang run into the [[Moon Monster]]. Legend has it that if you run into his shadow, you will get turned into stone.
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[[Mystery Inc.|The gang]] travel to [[China]] to visit a friend. While there, the gang run into the [[Moon Monster]], who is turning people into stone if they run into its shadow.
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
The gang heads to China, where they get lost and find themselves in the city of Rampoo. The city is famous for its legend of the moon monster, a creature who came to earth from a moonbeam and turned everyone he cast his shadow on into stone. The Mystery Machine gets a flat tire and the gang winds up spending the night at the Rampoo Palace, where they meet Kim Chow Ling, the new owner of the palace, his Uncle Chin Wong Sing, and Ling Foo. Shaggy and Scooby claim to have seen the legendary moon monster, but the rest of the gang dismisses it. The gang learns that Kim will soon inherit his family's fortune. Ling Foo reminds Kim that the treasure must be disposed of, because if not, the moon monster will wreak havoc on everyone at the palace (according to legend).
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The gang head to China, where they get lost and find themselves in the city of Rampoo. The city is famous for its legend of the moon monster, a creature who came to earth from a moonbeam, and turned everyone he cast his shadow on into stone. The Mystery Machine gets a flat tire, and the gang wind up spending the night at the Rampoo Palace, where they meet Kim Chow Ling, the new owner of the palace, his uncle, Chin Wong Sing, and Ling Foo. Shaggy and Scooby claim to have seen the legendary moon monster, but the rest of the gang dismiss it. The gang learn that Kim will soon inherit his family's fortune. Ling Foo reminds Kim that the treasure must be disposed of, because if not, the moon monster will wreak havoc on everyone at the palace (according to legend).
   
The gang decides to spend the night at the palace. However, the Moon Monster begins to chase Shaggy and Scooby. They narrowly escape, but not before Velma spots the Moon Monster, rowing away in a san pan. The gang and Kim then hear the dinner gong being wrung by Uncle Chin, making it odd since it is two in the morning. They discover Uncle Chin has been turned to stone and the Moon Monster stands behind him. The monster disappears and Velma finds the first clue, grease streaks behind the statue of Uncle Chin, leading into the wall. They search Uncle Chin's room and discover ancient tools; one carving tool in particular looks recently used, another clue. The Gang splits up and looks for clues. Velma, Fred, and Daphne row out onto the bay and discover a nearby seacave. It is there they find a tunnel that leads back to the palace. They realize what is going on and decide to trap the moon monster.
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Later that night, the Moon Monster begins to chase Shaggy and Scooby. They narrowly escape, but not before Velma spots the Moon Monster, rowing away in a san pan. The gang and Kim then hear the dinner gong being wrung by Uncle Chin, making it odd since it is two in the morning. They discover Uncle Chin has been turned to stone and the Moon Monster stands behind him. The monster disappears, and Velma finds the first clue, grease streaks behind the statue of Uncle Chin, leading into the wall. They search Uncle Chin's room, and discover ancient tools; one carving tool in particular looks recently used, another clue. The Gang split up, and looks for clues. Velma, Fred, and Daphne row out onto the bay to discover a nearby seacave. It is there they find a tunnel that leads back to the palace. They realize what is going on, and decide to trap the moon monster.
   
They tell Kim to bag up the family treasure and throw it into the bay. He does so, and the treasure washes up to the nearby seacave. The gang takes the tunnel to the cave, where they discover the moon monster grabbing the treasure. They trap him and unveil who the moon monster really is: Uncle Chin. He wanted to get the inheritance away from Chin, so he carved a statue of himself with the ancient carving tool to make it look like he had been turned to stone. Scooby and Shaggy have giant sandwiches back at the palace.
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They tell Kim to bag up the family treasure and throw it into the bay. He does so, and the treasure washes up to the nearby seacave. The gang take the tunnel to the cave, where they discover the moon monster grabbing the treasure. They trap him, and unveil who the moon monster really is: Uncle Chin. He wanted to get the inheritance away from Kim, so he carved a statue of himself with the ancient carving tool to make it look like he had been turned to stone. Chin knew that the tides will wash up anything into the bay into the cave. So all Chin had to do was to scare Kim into throwing his treasure away and be there to get it when it washed up.With the case solved, Scooby and Shaggy have giant sandwiches back at the palace.
   
==Cast and characters==
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==Characters==
{| class="wikitable"
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'''Main characters''':
! Actor
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* [[Mystery Inc.]]
! Character
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** [[Scooby-Doo]]
|-
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** [[Shaggy Rogers]]
| [[Don Messick]]
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** [[Fred Jones]]
| [[Scooby-Doo]]
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** [[Daphne Blake]]
|-
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** [[Velma Dinkley]]
| [[Casey Kasem]]
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| [[Shaggy Rogers]]
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'''Supporting characters''':
|-
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* [[Kim Chow Ling]] {{Only}}
| [[Frank Welker]]
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* [[Ling Foo]] {{Only}}
| [[Fred Jones]]<br />[[Kim Chow Ling]]<br />[[Ling Foo]]
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|-
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'''Villains''':
| [[Heather North]]
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* [[Moon Monster]] {{Only}}{{NL}}{{Green|Chin Wong Sing's disguise}}
| [[Daphne Blake]]
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* [[Chin Wong Sing]] {{Only}}
|-
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| [[Patricia Stevens]]
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'''Other characters''':
| [[Velma Dinkley]]
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* None
|-
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| [[Alan Oppenheimer]]
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==Locations==
| [[Chin Wong Sing]]<br />[[Moon Monster]]
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* [[China]]
|}
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** [[Rampoo]]
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*** [[Palace of Rampoo]]
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==Objects==
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* Broken chisel
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* Giant sandwiches
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* Fluorescent powder
   
==Villains==
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==Vehicles==
* Moon Monster/Chin Wong Sing
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* [[Mystery Machine|The Mystery Machine]]
   
 
==Suspects==
 
==Suspects==
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===Culprits===
 
===Culprits===
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Suspect
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! Culprit
 
! Motive/reason
 
! Motive/reason
 
|-
 
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|}
   
==Locations==
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==Cast==
* [[China]]
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{| class="wikitable"
** [[Rampoo]]
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! [[Don Messick]]
*** [[Palace of Rampoo]]
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| [[Scooby-Doo]]
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|-
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! [[Casey Kasem]]
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| [[Shaggy Rogers]]
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|-
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! [[Frank Welker]]
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| [[Fred Jones]]<br />[[Kim Chow Ling]]<br />[[Ling Foo]]
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|-
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! [[Heather North Kenney|Heather North]]
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| [[Daphne Blake]]
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|-
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! [[Pat Stevens]]
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| [[Velma Dinkley]]
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|-
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! [[Alan Oppenheimer]]
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| [[Chin Wong Sing]]<br />[[Moon Monster]]
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|}
   
 
==Notes/trivia==
 
==Notes/trivia==
* TBA
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* This is the second episode to air in the ''[[Scooby's All-Stars]]'' block.
   
 
===Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches===
 
===Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches===
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===Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities===
 
===Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities===
* The name Kim (as in Kim Chow Ling), is actually a name of Korean origin, not Chinese.
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* The name "Kim" (as in Kim Chow Ling), is actually a name of Korean origin, not Chinese.
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==In other languages==
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{| class="wikitable"
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! Language
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! Name
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! Meaning
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|-
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| '''Spanish'''
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| El monstruo lunar
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| The moon monster
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|-
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| '''Polish'''
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| Scooby Doo i chińszczyzna w pałacu Rampoo
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| Scooby Doo and the chinese in the palace Rampoo
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|-
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|'''Hungarian'''
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|Kínai kaland a kincsekkel
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|Adventure with the treasure in China
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|}
   
 
==Home media==
 
==Home media==
* ''[[Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: The Complete Third Season]]'' DVD set released April 10, 2007.
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* {{US}} ''[[Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: The Complete Third Season]]'' DVD set released by [[Warner Home Video]] on April 10, 2007.
* ''[[Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: The Complete Series]]'' DVD set released November 9, 2010.
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* {{US}} ''[[Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: The Complete Series]]'' (limited edition) DVD set released by Warner Home Video on November 9, 2010.
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* {{UK}} ''Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: The Complete Series'' DVD set released by Warner Home Video on November 21, 2011.
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* {{US}} ''Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: The Complete Series'' DVD set released by Warner Home Video on November 13, 2012.
   
 
==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
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{{Quotes
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==External links==
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* TBA
   
 
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Scooby's Chinese Fortune Kooky Caper is the first of three segments of Scooby's All-Stars. It was later repackaged as the twelfth episode of the third season of The Scooby-Doo Show, and the thirty-sixth episode overall in the series.

PremiseEdit

The gang travel to China to visit a friend. While there, the gang run into the Moon Monster, who is turning people into stone if they run into its shadow.

SynopsisEdit

The gang head to China, where they get lost and find themselves in the city of Rampoo. The city is famous for its legend of the moon monster, a creature who came to earth from a moonbeam, and turned everyone he cast his shadow on into stone. The Mystery Machine gets a flat tire, and the gang wind up spending the night at the Rampoo Palace, where they meet Kim Chow Ling, the new owner of the palace, his uncle, Chin Wong Sing, and Ling Foo. Shaggy and Scooby claim to have seen the legendary moon monster, but the rest of the gang dismiss it. The gang learn that Kim will soon inherit his family's fortune. Ling Foo reminds Kim that the treasure must be disposed of, because if not, the moon monster will wreak havoc on everyone at the palace (according to legend).

Later that night, the Moon Monster begins to chase Shaggy and Scooby. They narrowly escape, but not before Velma spots the Moon Monster, rowing away in a san pan. The gang and Kim then hear the dinner gong being wrung by Uncle Chin, making it odd since it is two in the morning. They discover Uncle Chin has been turned to stone and the Moon Monster stands behind him. The monster disappears, and Velma finds the first clue, grease streaks behind the statue of Uncle Chin, leading into the wall. They search Uncle Chin's room, and discover ancient tools; one carving tool in particular looks recently used, another clue. The Gang split up, and looks for clues. Velma, Fred, and Daphne row out onto the bay to discover a nearby seacave. It is there they find a tunnel that leads back to the palace. They realize what is going on, and decide to trap the moon monster.

They tell Kim to bag up the family treasure and throw it into the bay. He does so, and the treasure washes up to the nearby seacave. The gang take the tunnel to the cave, where they discover the moon monster grabbing the treasure. They trap him, and unveil who the moon monster really is: Uncle Chin. He wanted to get the inheritance away from Kim, so he carved a statue of himself with the ancient carving tool to make it look like he had been turned to stone. Chin knew that the tides will wash up anything into the bay into the cave. So all Chin had to do was to scare Kim into throwing his treasure away and be there to get it when it washed up.With the case solved, Scooby and Shaggy have giant sandwiches back at the palace.

CharactersEdit

Main characters:

Supporting characters:

Villains:

Other characters:

  • None

LocationsEdit

ObjectsEdit

  • Broken chisel
  • Giant sandwiches
  • Fluorescent powder

VehiclesEdit

SuspectsEdit

Suspect Motive/reason
Ling Foo He kept telling Kim to give up his treasure.

CulpritsEdit

Culprit Motive/reason
Chin Wong Sing as the Moon Monster To steal his nephew's inheritance.

CastEdit

Don Messick Scooby-Doo
Casey Kasem Shaggy Rogers
Frank Welker Fred Jones
Kim Chow Ling
Ling Foo
Heather North Daphne Blake
Pat Stevens Velma Dinkley
Alan Oppenheimer Chin Wong Sing
Moon Monster

Notes/triviaEdit

Animation mistakes and/or technical glitchesEdit

  • None known.

Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/odditiesEdit

  • The name "Kim" (as in Kim Chow Ling), is actually a name of Korean origin, not Chinese.

In other languagesEdit

Language Name Meaning
Spanish El monstruo lunar The moon monster
Polish Scooby Doo i chińszczyzna w pałacu Rampoo Scooby Doo and the chinese in the palace Rampoo
Hungarian Kínai kaland a kincsekkel Adventure with the treasure in China

Home mediaEdit

QuotesEdit


External linksEdit

  • TBA


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