Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this is just like any classic Scooby-Doo tale: There's a shadowy monster, a couple of sinister figures who might be behind it, and the can-do spirit of the teenage gang who regularly split, share, and delegate tasks to solve any mystery that comes their way. A few scenes of comic peril at the hands of the abominable snowman might disturb very young children, but the slapstick action will appeal to a wide range of youngsters. It's nice to see animated Tibetan characters that are rounded and appealing (aside from the scary Tibetan monk).
Chaste flirtation between Daphne and Fred; another character goes to extreme lengths to meet her crush -- some might call it stalking, but the subject of the attention is flattered.
Scenes of comic peril with an abominable snowman and a threatening avalanche, but there's no real suspense since Scooby and the gang always come out on top
This good old-fashioned mystery caper doesn't seek to teach big moral lessons beyond the obvious reliance on teamwork by "those meddling kids!"
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