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2013-2014 Family Film

SCOOBY DOO AND THE GOBLIN KING

Scooby Doo and the Goblin King

Saturday, October 26, 2013

11 am

Admission: $3.00

The loveable Scooby-Doo and his pal Shaggy try to stop a second-rate, carnival magician named the Amazing Krudsky from turning everyone into Halloween monsters, after he steals the light magic from Princess Fairy Willow. Along the way, the Mystery Inc. crew encounters the infamous Headless Horseman, the helpful Jack O’Lantern and a frisky broomstick that takes them on the ride of their afterlife.

Join us in the lobby after the show for lunch and craft fun!
Lunch: $3.00 includes a main dish, side and beverage
Crafts: special project is $1.00. Other crafts, coloring sheets and activities available for free.

Warner Brothers
Not Rated
75 minutes
2008

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