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Original Title :
Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders
Genre :
Creative Work / Animation / Adventure / Comedy / Family / Mystery / Sci-Fi
Year :
Directror :
Jim Stenstrum
Cast :
Scott Innes,Mary Kay Bergman,Frank Welker
Writer :
William Hanna,Joseph Barbera
Type :
Creative Work
Time :
1h 14min
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A cosmic case of flying saucers, intergalactic intrigue and out-of-this-world romance launches Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Gang into their most unearthly adventure ever.

Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders (2000) Online

A cosmic case of UFOs, intergalactic intrigue and out-of-this-world romance launches the Mystery Gang into their most unearthly adventure ever. Stranded in Roswell, New Mexico, the gang soon discovers the place crawls with UFO buffs, secretive scientists... and less-than-friendly alien invaders. Then after being chased by aliens and beamed aboard a UFO, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo fall head over heels in love with Crystal and Amber. The gang investigate the mysterious sightings which lead them to a government research base and a huge network of caves hidden under the town.
Cast overview:
Scott Innes Scott Innes - Scooby Doo / Shaggy (voice)
Mary Kay Bergman Mary Kay Bergman - Daphne Blake (voice)
Frank Welker Frank Welker - Fred Jones (voice)
B.J. Ward B.J. Ward - Velma Dinkley (voice)
Jeff Bennett Jeff Bennett - Lester (voice) (as Jeff Glen Bennett)
Jennifer Hale Jennifer Hale - Dottie (voice)
Mark Hamill Mark Hamill - Steve (voice)
Candi Milo Candi Milo - Crystal / Amber (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson Kevin Michael Richardson - Max (voice)
Neil Ross Neil Ross - Sergio (voice)
Audrey Wasilewski Audrey Wasilewski - Laura (voice)

This is Mary Kay Bergman's last movie as Daphne Blake. This film is dedicated in her memory. Her friend, Grey Griffin would provide the voice of Daphne Blake in all future Scooby-Doo movies starting with Скуби-Ду и кибер погоня (2001), which was released the following year.

This is the second time Mark Hamill voiced a character in the direct-to-video series of Scooby-Doo films. He also voiced Snakebite Scrubbs in Скуби-Ду на острове Мертвецов (1998).

In this film, and others from the late 1990s and early 2000s, the gang wears modern clothing and drives a current Mystery Machine. During Shaggy's dream sequence, there is a scene where the gang is in their original 1969 costumes, and Shaggy drives away in the original Mystery Machine.

During Shaggy's song "How Groovy", he says that when he and Crystal get a house, they would fill that with stuff from 1969, the year that the original series first premiered on television.

This movie was the first Scooby-Doo production to be produced in the 21st century.

Crystal and Amber's 1960s clothes were a tribute to the period when the original series premiered on television.

The movie's opening music strongly alludes to the main theme of Звёздный путь (1966).

Amber's outline and design looks somewhat similar to Disney character Perdita from 101 далматинeц (1961).

At the beginning of the movie, the loud signal heard through the radio monitors is referencing the "WOW" signal. Which was a strong narrowband radio signal heard in 1977 and is the strongest candidate for an alien radio transmission ever detected.

Aside from being just rather out of touch with the times, it's obvious that none of Crystal's gear is of human origin.

Features two voice actors who have done the voice of Batman villian The Joker, Mark Hamill (Steve) and Kevin Michael Richardson (Max), in this film they're also villains.

When Shaggy and Crystal are viewed from a distance walking together and talking, you can hear him telling her the story about his first encounter with the Witch's Ghost from Скуби-Ду! и призрак ведьмы (1999).

One of the villains (voiced by Mark Hamill) almost says the famous line "And I would have gotten away with it, if it weren't for you meddling kids!", but before he can say "meddling kids", he is ordered silent by a policeman.

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Scooby and the gang stumble into another mystery involving aliens, government scientists, a suspicious coffee shop cook, a waitress with a crush on Freddy, a cranky garage mechanic, a crazy old man convinced he was abducted by aliens, a nature photographer and her dog.

While this episode follows the same basic formula as the last two Scooby films ("SD on Zombie Island" and "SD & The Witch's Ghost"), there is a new element added: Shaggy and Scooby fall in love. They meet a nature photographer (Crystal) and her dog (Amber) in the desert fall head-over-heels. There is a really fun song Shaggy sings while fantasizing about his and Scooby's lives with Crystal and Amber which is a whole side of Shaggy never seen before.

This film is much more light-hearted that its two predecessors and the villains aren't nearly as wicked as Simone & Lena (Zombie Island) or Ben Ravencroft (Witch's Ghost). Freddy pops off some genuinely funny sarcastic remarks throughout the movie and there are a couple of good pokes at the original TV series ("meddling kids", paint-job on the van, etc.)

Sadly, this will be the last film that features Mary Kay Bergman as the voice of Daphne. She died last November and the ending credit of the film dedicates the film "In Loving Memory of Mary Kay Bergman". She did an admirable job as Daphne and the makers of these films will be hard-pressed to find a worthy replacement.

A must-see for any respectable Scooby fan!


The mystery may be a little weaker than in previous Scooby movies but this is still well worth your time and showcases the huge potential in the revamped Scooby franchise.

The Mystery Inc. gang break down in the desert (déjà vu?) and have to stay the night in a nearby town where the locals rant about aliens kidnapping cattle. So obviously they are up for investigation.

I still don't like those stupid sound effects that are STILL (!!!!!!) used when Scooby or Shaggy BEGIN to run away. You know what I'm talking about. It sounds like someone rattling a quarter around in a tin can. It's pretty lame, considering all the thought and effort that has went into updating the franchise, that these old-fashioned and cruddy sound effects are being used in this day and age.

But that aside there is a lot of fun to be had as Shaggy falls in love (his song is way cool), is kidnapped by the aliens along with Scooby and the gang suspecting a rather unfriendly mechanic.

Scooby Doo is going places (even further if they do away with those sound effects) and next time the writers should focus more on plot and mystery as this one was wrapped up in a disappointingly short 74 minutes. The movies that followed progressively got weaker and weaker.


I don't remember when it happened, but long ago, I think my mom bought me some Scooby-Doo movies. One was a DVD pack of 3 movies that included; Abracadabra-Doo, Goblin King, and Alien Invaders. The other was Camp Scare. The following movies will not be reviewed. Camp Scare will remain ingrained in my brain for the rest of my natural born life, Goblin King will always be known as one of my least favorite Scooby-Doo movies, and Abracadabra-Doo will always be a fun little romp through a Harry Potter cash-in. This one really hits me hard. I've always been a fan of aliens, cryptids, and the supernatural, so Alien Invaders is basically a staple movie of my childhood. Here's the plot of the movie. The Gang drive along the desert to god knows where for god knows why. They have themselves an extraterrestrial encounter, when an alien ship hovers above the Mystery Machine. They stop in the middle of the dessert to get help in the nearest town, but Shaggy and Scooby decide to stay behind. There they spot a jackalope that barely has an effect on the plot and the aliens, who are actually rastafaliens. They get chased by the big green men, and they're almost caught, until they reach the diner. There they meet Dolly, Lester, and Surge. Shaggy and Scooby pig out on donuts, while Fred, Velma, and Daphne listen in on the story of how Lester got proved by the aliens. Lester offers to show the gang pictures of the ship and they agree to follow him. They find out that the only pictures he has are paintings, as Lester is a landscape artiste. They're's no hotels in the town, so Lester lets them stay at his place. He lets Shaggy and Scooby sleep on the roof, for some reason, and the two get kidnapped by the aliens. They're's a scene in the ship, and then they wake up to meet a girl and her dog, Crystal and Amber. If there's anything the movie lacks is in it's plot and mystery, there's nothing really going on. It's like a stretched out episode of What's New, before What's New was even a thing. The mystery is also not interesting, as you only care about two things, aliens and hippie women. Many people consider this the worst of the four Mook Animation Scooby movies, but I like it. I see what they mean, but this is the one I most remember and like. The other's never rang with me like this one did. There animation is also really good, although it's lighter in tone compared to Zombie Island and Witch's Ghost. Let me just comment on the music here, it's good. How Groovy will always be a tune that is stuck in my head, and for personal reasons. I'm a fan of 90s pop, and also a fan of juvenile lovey-dovey stuff. Every time Shaggy says Shaggy Jr., I go like, why couldn't this have actually been a thing. Jennifer Love Hewitt's rendition of the Scooby-Doo is kind on the ears, it could be worse, like in Cyber Chase. That song during the cave chase scene is also good, it really doesn't stand out as much as the other two songs. I didn't even remember that it was in the movie. There are also some pretty enjoyable characters. Lester, Dolly, Amber, Shaggy, and Scooby. All of them, not counting Scooby and Shaggy, are people who definitely need more screen time like the Hex Girls from last movie. Fred, Daphne, and the SALF employees are okay, and there are parts of the movie where Velma says some cringe-worthy stuff that I'd rather not mention here. There's also a mechanic who barely does anything. He fixes the gang's van and he collects pressed flowers. I love Crystal. She should be apart of the gang, she didn't deserve to be treated like a secondary character in a franchise that doesn't appreciate those kind of people. While she is pretty basic and weird, you'll know why if you watch the ending, she's got this weird little charm on her. She's a very likable character and her relationship with Shaggy is one of the greatest things to ever happen to the Scooby-Doo franchise, even if it was for a short amount of time. It may be sappy, but it gets me, when I see her leave at the end of the movie, as well as leaving the franchise forever. This may not be a good movie in terms of plot, but what it lacks it makes up for it with charm and likability. I give it a 6/10. Any of the Scooby-Doo writers reading this, bring back Crystal and Amber. --JoshTheCelluloader.


I have to say I have always loved Scooby Doo and I will always love Scooby Doo and if you also love Scooby Doo you will not be disappointed with this movie. Let me get started by saying that the storyline the movie follows is very cool and interesting, I found that it was very well written and came out good on screen. The animation in this movie is very well done all of the characters are very well drawn and look good. The voice over actors are very good such as Scott Innes as Scooby Doo and Shaggy, Mary Kay Bergman as Daphne, Frank Welker as Fred, B.J. Ward as Velma, and they even have Mark Hamil as Steve. The voice over actors do a great job with there voices and sound great. So make sure you rent or buy Scooby doo and the Alien Invaders.

Overall Score: ********* out of **********

****1/2 out of *****

Some may consider this a spoiler so that is why I saved it for last. I have to say how I liked the way they used both real and fake aliens in this movie, The main villains were people in masks and if you watch the movie you will see how they used real aliens.


Not much to say. Not much to hate on, not much to love. This is just like a "whatever" to me.


This one hurt a bit.

I mean, there were jokes that made the whole movie worth watching. Unfortunately those jokes weren't enough to really break the Alien thing.

Watching it I wanted the return of the masks, at least then it wouldn't have hurt so bad after the first two.

Instead we had introduced dead-end characters that we meaningless at the end, no real advancement, and a plot that was trying far too hard to be science fiction and not nearly hard enough to be Scooby Doo.
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While I appreciate the return to the formula that made the show famous, I feel like more could've been done here. Yes there are aliens, but they only show up during the movie's climax. The one's you think are the actual aliens, are just people in masks. I like the story though, it's familiar, but it's also able to keep from being repetitive.


The Scooby Doo mystery gang is back with Velma, Fred, Daphne, Scooby Doo and Shaggy to solve another mystery. When their mystery van breaks down in the desert, they learn that they may not be alone as if aliens. Scooby Doo and Shaggy fall in love with Crystal and Amber. The movie is entertaining and different from another films. The film is an entertaining adventure with the Scooby Doo gang and an alien concept. The film is just light-hearted entertainment with Mark Hamill as one of the voices.


The third of the Mook Animation Scooby-Doo movies is another great one. People thought that Scooby-Doo couldn't be frightening, but then along came "Zombie Island." People then thought that Scooby-Doo couldn't affect them on an emotional level, but that's just what this movie did.

We get to see a side of Shaggy and Scooby we had never seen before. In this film, Shaggy falls in love with a hippie named Crystal, and Scooby falls in love with Crystal's dog, Amber. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang is trying to solve a mystery involving aliens that may have been spotted.

The true stand-out in this film is Shaggy and Crystal's charming and heartwarming romance. It feels very real and gets you invested in it. They have more chemistry than Fred and Daphne could ever hope to have.

The animation is once again spectacular, and the landscapes are nice to look at and very well-detailed.

The "groovy" song that played in the middle of the film was one of the sweetest songs I've ever heard and the ending where it's revealed that Crystal and Amber are aliens is very heartbreaking, making you really feel for Shaggy and Scooby.

One issue with the film is that the mystery is very basic and rather forgettable. That does hold it back a little.

However, this was still another great entry in this beloved franchise. While it doesn't match "Zombie Island," I'd say it's about on par with "Witch's Ghost." Highly recommended for Scooby-Doo fans.



Not as good as "Zombie Island" and "Cyber Chase" but still a great Scooby-Doo movie. The title of this movie pretty much sums it all up. However, what's great about this movie is the new "side" of Shaggy we get to see! Scooby-Doo has been in love before but never Shaggy, as here he falls for a "hippie" called Crystal. And he begins dreaming about the "free love." lol!

3 1/2(***1/2)out of 4(****)stars


This straight to video film when I was young was quite good because it went back to the original style of Scooby-Doo the TV series. The only thing that could put it down a bit was the songs. Scooby and the gang get lost and end up in a desert village outside a alien spotting station. Aliens are starting to appear and the gang decide to investigate. During the process Scooby and Shaggy fall in love with Crystal and Amber (a golden retriever). In the end (suprise, surprise) they find out the aliens are three people at the alien spotting station secretly digging for gold. They also find out there are real aliens, Crystal and Amber! Scooby-Doo was number 8 on The 100 Greatest Kids' TV Shows, and he was number 49 on The 100 Greatest Cartoons. Worth a look!


From every Warner bros VHS i had, there would always be a trailer for the alien invaders, it looked creepy and cool and my siblings and i just had to watch it, after the first viewing, it became one of our persornal favorites. Spoiler, there are real Aliens in this movie! They even start the movie with techs at a SETI radio station. The gang are on one of their classic roadtrips that always puts me in the mood for a roadtrip for some reason, when suddenly a UFO passes over them and their van dies in the middle of the dessert. On the way to town, they spot a jacaloupe ( a rabbit with antlers) near a mountain shaped like a scorpion. When they reach the towns diner, they meet some colorful characters, one being a supposed alien abductee named Lester, whose got to have the funniest lines in the movie. in one scene he tells the gang about his abduction and then the volume mutes, when he talks about the experiments they did on him with the gangs shocked expressions, im assuming hes talking about the "physical" that is later mentioned in the movie. he is shown to also be a stereotypical UFO nut, but a interesting and hilarious one! Shaggy and scooby are eventually abducted by the aliens, who look like broccoli men, but still have their intimidating moments. the next morning they wake up in the dessert where they meet a hippie girl named Crystal and her dog amber, scooby and shaggy fall instantly in love. Surprisingly ive come to realize shaggy has had quite a lot of girlfriends in the scooby doo franchise, but crystal has got to be the most memorable besides isla fisher of course. The romance in this movie is very sappy but charming, the song Groovy will basically tell you that ( shaggy imagines having a ty dye wedding with all of the gang present, and having a life with Crystal, but unlike other love struck cartoon characters he doesn't forget about involving his best friend, since scooby doo is still present in his fantasy; that to me is very thoughtful). The gang meanwhile go to a SETI radio station, where they meet 3 very nice techs, one is played by the always awesome to hear mark Hamill. Eventually the mystery takes place in a abandoned gold mine with still tons of gold, that the aliens have been mining. As it turns out the 3 techs are the aliens, which is surprisingly revealed very early, they even show their story of how they found the mine on the federal land and faked the alien hoaxes. Also as it turns out these are the 3 greediest sons of bi******** in all of the scooby doo franchise! Not only are they probably millionaires from all the gold, they said they stole cattle and sold them too, but when they meet the real aliens, they decide to capture them to make even more money!!!! The real mystery is why they even bothered to stay working at SETI, and not just buy the whole state! I digress, i promised real aliens, in the climax, a impressive fight happens with the real aliens, which are revealed to be crystal and amber! Their transformation sequences are equally impressive to look at, and when their real ship arrives the animation is stunning. Sadly crystal and amber have to leave, which is actually very sad, even Fred starts crying, after watching the whole movie you have grown attached to crystal and amber and their relationship with shaggy and scooby, but at the same time its probably for the best. The aliens departure is very stunning animation and it leaves me in awe every time. I feel they saved their best animation for the right moments in this movie, the songs are very nice, the characters are all great, and this is a very special scooby doo movie that always abducts me every time i watch it.


Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders (2000)

*** (out of 4)

Fast and fun feature has Scooby, Shaggy and the gang breaking down in the desert so they walk to the nearest town where they hear about strange lights and cattle missing. Soon the gang is going up against some alien invaders and this is where the mystery begins. SCOOBY-DOO AND THE ALIEN INVADERS is certainly an entertaining little film that offers up a pretty good mystery, a nice story and certainly some very funny moments throughout. I think this one benefits from a short (71-minutes) running time and the fact that it really doesn't have any boring moments or down time. I think the best thing about the film are the actual aliens. I thought the animation throughout the entire thing was extremely good but the look of the aliens was quite good and it was a joy whenever they were in action. Another major plus is that the mystery itself is good. This here certainly isn't going to win any Scooby Snacks for greatness but I found it easy to get caught up in solving the mystery. The vocal work by all was good as usual and this here even threw in some romance with Shaggy and Scooby. The film's best critic was my three-year-old who was constantly having laughing fits throughout the picture. He was obviously having a blast with it. He loves everything Scooby but I've never seen him react so positively to a film.


I loved this movie, when it came out, and despite one or two minor flaws, it is like a trip down Memory Lane. The animation is faultless, and i loved the music in the opening credits, with the planets, totally relevant to the title of the film. The voice talents, as is usually the case with the Scooby movies, save a couple of exceptions are excellent, a notable standout being Mark Hamill as Steve. Jeff Bennett was also really entertaining as Lester, and I loved the constant fighting over the Scooby snacks. The plot, overall was good, not the best, but those aliens to a young child are pretty scary. My only complaints are the sweet but rather soppy love song in the diner, and although I liked the romance between Shaggy and Crystal, it got a little distracting from the plot. All in all, I really liked it, and I hope it has a decent rating like Witch's Ghost and Goblin King. 8/10 Bethany Cox


I liked Scooby-Doo and the Alien invaders. A whole new mystery in the lines of ZOMBIE ISLAND and WITCH'S GHOST. But Cassey Cassum's presence lacking still keeps this from being a perfect 10. But other cast members do a great job. The aliens are cool, ugly but cool. The clues works and the excitement never dampers. If you love Scooby-Doo and the other Scooby Movies, then you must add this to your collection. The animation is perfect and all the classic characters are there. Now if you aren't a Scooby-Fan, then this isn't the movie for you. But if you never saw anything Scooby related, then this is a good place to start. 9 STARS.


An avid fan of Scooby Doo that I am, this movie is the one! Despite the changes, Scott Innes doing Casey Kasem's role as Shaggy this movie is fantastic. He and Scooby meet the woman and dog of their dreams. The team investigate a mysterious sighting where the locals are not speaking. As for Shaggy and Scooby, I liked the video they made called "Groovy", I could agree with them more. The duo were worth the save when then dirty feds try to do them harm. And I think when Shaggy spiffies up, everyone should call him by his real name: Norville. I was very surprised when the the duo were alien agents, they were stuck in the fashion time warp which Shaggy lived in. And it was a heart wrencher when they left. But I wondered who was affected more, Shaggy and Scooby? or Fred? That part was sad, but it was even sadder that Mary Kay Bergen had passed on. That to me was a bigger heart wrencher. Despite of it all, it was a very good movie. Don't feel bad guys, the whole thing will indeed make your day. Enjoy it with all your Scooby Doo cartoon classics. A REAL KEEPER. SCOOBY-DOOBY DOOOOOOOOO!!!!! Rating 4 out of 5 stars.


On a trip across the desert, the gang encounter some sort of craft and, panicking, crash the van. As they wait for help Scooby and Shaggy claim to have seen aliens. Stuck in the town waiting for repairs to be done they investigate an old man's claims of abductions. Meanwhile Shaggy and Scooby fall in love with a local hippy girl and her dog and follow her to investigate a fenced off government area of the desert and the bank of satellite dishes.

One of a series of new Scooby Doo films, this doesn't distinguish itself in any particular way but does continue to give us what the others did – a more aware version of the old cartoon without going the whole hog and filling it with knowing adult gags. The plot (as with most of the new cartoons) involve real beasts rather than just relying on comedy monsters – these aliens are a little unsettling at times, but the comedy is still good for kids.

Scooby doing impressions is a good one, but there are also some self-aware gags that work well for those who grew up watching the old cartoon series – the best bit being where the line `and we would have got away with it etc' is cut short by an impatient policeman as the film moves on! Some of the musical numbers are a little weak but just about contain enough funny lines to cover for the poor music. Shaggy's love subplot is not as strong as it could have been but is still an amusing side of the film.

Overall this is probably not for adults but can be watched by them as long as they are fans of the series. The gentle comedy is good and the plot is farfetched but well put together (although I had major reservations at the end). If you're planning to watch it then I imagine you already know you're in the mood for that type of humour and, as long as you are, this is quite an enjoyable little movie.


I could not have been more pleased with the new Scooby Doo film and yet so disappointed at the same time. The film's producer Davis Doi made a wonderful decision to stick with traditional Scooby Doo plot lines and character set up. This was a big plus in the films favour. I however found it difficult to accept the spiced up 90's graphics and the radical voice changes. Don't get me wrong, the film is still spectacular, but it must be watched with an open mind. Watch for a classic seen when Scooby imitates a vicious rattlesnake.