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Scooby-Doo! Case File #3: Frights! Camera! Mystery! is a 2006 Windows XP game by The Learning Company. The game has different simulated endings depending on difficulty and the clues found throughout the game. The lead writer is Ed Scharlach.
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- Headless Stuntman (single appearance)(disguise)
- Farley Freewall (single appearance)(no lines)(flashback only)(deceased)
- Biff Wellington (photograph)
- Stone Dragon (mentioned)
- Chef (single appearance)
- Police officer (single appearance)(no lines)
- United States
- China (mentioned)
- India (mentioned)
- The Mystery Machine
- Headless Stuntman's motorcycle
|Vanity Bloom||She's an aging star.|
|Terrance Patel||He liked the design of the Headless Stuntman.|
The following culprits were the Headless Stuntman.
|Cameron Flick||Publicity for her documentary|
|Sly Ripley||To avoid doing more stunts in order to keep his good looks|
|Vanity Bloom||She wasn't getting the star roles anymore.|
|Duncan Vibes||He didn't like his sound effects being pre-recorded|
|Terrance Patel||Reality shows meant less of his costume work, so he wanted to scare away everyone to get the studio for cheap.|
|Scott Innes|| Scooby-Doo|
|Frank Welker|| Fred Jones|
|Grey DeLisle|| Daphne Blake|
|Mindy Cohn||Velma Dinkley|
|Fred Tatasciore|| Sly Ripley|
|Dave Wittenberg|| Duncan Vibes|
- J. Grizzley has pictures of Shaggy and Scooby in pirate drab, alluding to the direct-to-video film, Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy!. Further evidence to support this, is a picture of Biff Wellington, who was one of the villains in Pirates Ahoy!.
- Mystery Inc. met Cameron Flick during the Stone Dragon case in the previous game of the series, Scooby-Doo! Case File 2: The Scary Stone Dragon. Depending on the level of the game, Cameron is the Stone Dragon.
- The default version of The Scary Stone Dragon must not have Cameron as the culprit, because it isn't spoken of.
- Cameron is revealed to be from New York.
- The game is dedicated to Joseph Barbera and Iwao Takamoto.
- Unlike the other two games, the gang don't physically appear in the end credits, but they can still be heard talking to each other.
- Builds thinking and problem-solving skills: critical thinking, logic, research skills, deductive reasoning, matching and sorting.
- 3 levels of challenge: spooky, spookier and spooktacular!
- Solve multiple mysteries: new clues and different villains each time you play.
- Printable activities
Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches
- None known.
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- Fred calls Grizzly Studios both Grizzly Production Studios and Grizzly Pictures Studios.
- Daphne calls the film being made about them, "The Desert Desperados", but the film pitch script calls it "Desert Desparados".