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The Weird Winds of Winona is the sixth episode of the second season of The New Scooby-Doo Movies, and the twenty-second overall.


While on their way to the Oceanside Auto Rally, the Gang spend the night in the recently deserted city of Winona. In the morning they meet Speed Buggy and his crew, and together they try to determine where the haunting winds are coming from.


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Suspect Motive/reason
P.J. Peabody He warned the gang to leave.


Culprit Motive/reason
P.J. Peabody and his three henchmen as the windmakers To get the property dirt cheap.


Don Messick Scooby-Doo
Clem Duncan
Casey Kasem Shaggy Rogers
Franklin Welker Fred Jones
P.J. Peabody
Heather North Daphne Blake
Nicole Jaffe Velma Dinkley
Arlene Golonka Debbie
Michael Bell Mark
Mel Blanc Speed Buggy
Phil Luther, Jr. Tinker

Full credits[]

The following credits are how they are seen on-screen (or as close as possible).



Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches[]

  • When Fred, Debbie, Mark, and Tinker went to the Hall of Records to help find Shaggy and Scooby, Daphne and Velma were seen in the Mystery Machine, but Debbie left them at the Hall of Records.
  • When the sheriff took the plans of the bank president to change Winona, the back was blank. But in the next scene, it has words on it.
  • At times, the sizes of the different characters are out of proportion with moments where Speed Buggy looks smaller or larger than the other characters. Speed Buggy appears smaller when he is required to appear in an indoor setting but larger in an outdoor setting. Also, there are only two seats on the car, but it can fit up to four-five people.
  • In one scene, Speedy Buggy's eyes were black instead of blue.
  • In many of the scenes throughout this entire episode, if one looks very closely, Daphne's mouth moves, yet Velma is talking.

Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities[]

  • With a darker skin tone, Mark is portrayed as if he's Native American. But in his own series, he has a light skin tone depicting him as Caucasian, which is actually used in the title card of this episode.
  • While the town was partly abandoned, it seems odd that the town's council or government left the Hall of Records wide open for anyone to enter at their leisure, considering very important documents are supposedly kept there.
  • In one of the cave scenes where Speed Buggy and Shaggy & Scooby are standing on either side of the cave wall about to turn the corner and bump into each other, there is a production number/signature that reads 426 in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
  • When Speed Buggy went to chase down P.J. Peabody after he attempted to run, his seats were empty. Tinker somehow teleported into his seat while he was chasing him.
  • There were four windmakers, P.J. and his three henchmen, but when they showed P.J. unmasked at the end right before he tries to flee, there are four windmakers behind him with their masks still on, all tied up, instead of three. There were four windmakers in total, not five.
  • Oddly enough, despite the town being mostly abandoned, many of the townspeople seemed to have returned by the end of the show even though the windmakers had not yet been apprehended.
  • The Sheriff read from the blueprint "P.J. Peabody Development Corporation", but it only said "P.J. Peabody Development Co." which could also mean company.
  • At the beginning of the episode, Tinker makes a point of giving up on tomorrow's race to help repair the Mystery Machine. However, a few days later, he claims that if they hurry on their way, they could still make it.
  • There appears to be mountains in the background in several scenes. Mississippi is not a mountainous state, however, the precise location of Winona is never stated, other than it being situated in Winona County. There is not a Winona County in Mississippi, but one in Minnesota.

In other languages[]

Language Name Meaning
Greek Οι Περίεργοι Άνεμοι της Γουαϊνόνα The Weird Winds of Winona
Hungarian Winona különös szelei The Weird Winds of Winona
Italian Il vento di mezzanotte The Midnight Wind

Home media[]


Shaggy: (voiceover) Today, we meet the famous Speed Buggy.

P.J. Peabody: And I'd have succeeded if it weren't for those meddling kids.