Scooby Doo: 5 bold faced villains from The Scooby Doo Show

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Not every villain, monster, and beast,
bothers with a mask.  We list 5 bold faced villains from The Scooby Doo Show that didn’t bother hiding their identity.

#1: The Ghost Witch of Salem with Gar Mooney from “To Switch a Witch”

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The twin sister of Arlene Wilcox uses her appearance to her advantage.  A villain who gambled her long, lost sister would take the fall.  She pulls the poor Gar Mooney into her conspiracy.  He too doesn’t bother getting into costume.

#2: Elwood Crane from “The Headless Horseman of Halloween”

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Financially ruined Elwood poses as the Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow.  When his plan enters its second phase, he throws away the pumpkin and shows his mug without any suspicion.

#3: Lila from “Mamba Wamba and the Voodoo Hoodoo”

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To pass as a zombie, all the traitorous Lila did was hold a glassy look in her eyes with a change of wardrobe.  Her experience in the band gave her the voice training needed to sound like a zombie too.

#4: Captain Clemens from “Creepy Heap from the Deep”

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Making less effort than Lila, Captain Clemens walks around with his mouth gaping open and sounding like a pirate.   This guy would have taken the prize for most lazy costume if not for our last entry.

#5: Zeke Harkins from “The Ozark Witch Switch”

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Not bothering to try is Zeke Harkins.  Doesn’t bother with wardrobe or changing his voice either.  Mistaken as a zombie since childhood, he just walks around scaring people.


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