Scooby-Doo! and the Addams Family Reunion is a suggested direct-to-video animated mystery-solving supernatural horror-comedy film starring Scooby-Doo. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Hanna-Barbera Productions, Ruby-Spears Productions and Saban Capital Group, and based on The Addams Family by Charles Addams, the film is an animated adaptation of Addams Family Family (which is produced by Saban and intended to serve both as a reboot of the franchise, and as a pilot for the canceled television series, The New Addams Family) with the addition of the main characters from the Scooby-Doo franchise, as well as major and minor characters from The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers, Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School, and Scooby-Doo! and the Reluctant Werewolf. It is also the second crossover between Scooby-Doo and Fangface, as they were created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears.

The film's animated retelling focused on the Mystery Gang, Team Fangsworth, Team Monster (including Miss Grimwood's Ghoul School), Team Calloway, and the eccentric, macabre aristocratic Addams Family mistakenly arriving at the wrong family reunion in the resort and encountering a psychologist, Dr. Philip Adams, who seeks to commit murder in order to inherit a fortune and put an end to Scooby-Doo, his gang, and his monster friends.

After "Wednesday Is Missing", an episode from The New Scooby-Doo Movies, the film is likely set right where the 1992–1993 Hanna-Barbera animated TV series left off, and used the series' elements including the characters' style.


Discovering that his grandparents, Mortimer and Delilah Addams (Corey Burton and April Winchell), have developed "Waltzheimer's disease" that is slowly turning them into "normal" people, Gomez Addams (Jason Alexander) organizes a family reunion and call brings their neighbors, the Normanmeyers, and his old friends, Scooby-Doo (Frank Welker) and the Mystery Gang along with their allies Team Fangsworth, Team Monster and Team Calloway, hoping that some branch of his enormous family tree will find a cure. Unfortunately, the company arranging it misspells his surname and reunites him with the Adams family at the instead, including Dr. Philip Adams (Chuck Huber), who plans to poison his father and rearrange his will.

Gomez hopes that Dr. Adams can cure his grandparents; Velma Dinkley (Kate Micucci), Daphne Blake (Grey Griffin), Shaggy's girlfriend Googie (Felecia Angelle), Morticia (Meredith McCoy), Miss Grimwood (Tress MacNeille) and Count Dracula's wife Vanna Pira (Pat Musick) spends time with the women; Fangface (also voiced by Frank Welker), Fangpuss (Brina Palencia), Uncle Fester (Tom Kenny) and Thing do their best to capture Butcher (Christopher R. Sabat), a mutated puppy who feeds on human hair; N.J. (Kathleen Barr), Wednesday (Debi Derryberry), Pugsley (Jeannie Elias), the Ghoul Girls and the Calloway rookie soldiers are busy making new friends; and Lurch (Jim Cummings) falls in love. A couple (Robert McCollum and Heidi Noelle Lenhart) who are headed to the reunion are given the wrong address and end up in the Addams family mansion, where Granny (Linda Young) and Cousin Itt are staying.


The Doo Family

  • Scoobert (Scooby) Doo:
  • Scrappy-Doo

The Rogers Family

  • Norville "Shaggy" Rogers:

The Jones Family

  • Frederick Herman Jones:

The Blake Family

  • Velma Dinkley:

The Dinkley Family

  • Velma Dinkley:

The Fangsworth Family

  • Sherman (Fangs) Fangsworth:
  • Herman (Little Fangs) Fangsworth:

The Addams Family

  • Gomez Addams: The patriarch of the family and the younger brother of Fester. He is a caring and enthusiastic father and is deeply in love with his wife, Morticia. As a running gag, he becomes excited and romantic whenever she (or he himself) speaks in a foreign language (usually French) or mentions violence or misery. He usually spends his time with unusual activities in the home, mostly accompanied by Fester. Unlike in the other versions, Gomez is usually seen wearing a pink suit.
  • Morticia Frump Addams: The matriarch of the family. Like her husband, she is very much involved with the raising of her children, and returns the amorous attention she receives from her husband. Her hobbies include art and taking care of the plants. She can be described as a vamp and is commonly seen wearing black gothic dresses. Gomez's nickname for Morticia is Tish. Morticia's catch phrase is, "Oh, Gomez."
  • Wednesday Addams: The intelligent daughter of Gomez and Morticia and the younger sister of Pugsley. She has low enthusiasm for most activities, and enjoys torturing her brother with dangerous objects, though in a friendly atmosphere. Unlike in other versions, she is the taller of the children. Wednesday wears pigtails and a blue dress, and often carries her headless doll, Marie (which she considers one of her best friends).
  • Pugsley Addams: The son of Gomez and Morticia, and older brother of Wednesday. He is an overweight boy with blond hair, and slightly dim-witted. He has a close bond with his sister, but shows it by terrorizing her (as she also does to him). Pugsley usually wears a yellow shirt with green stripes.
  • Mortimer Addams:
  • Delilah Addams:
  • Uncle Fester: Gomez's bald older brother with white skin who takes a special interest in blowing himself up. He commonly joins the children with their unusual plans, taking it to the limit, and also spends a lot of his time inventing and creating formulas in the basement lab. Uncle Fester also has a superhero counterpart called Festerman who is the protector of Happy Dale Heights in the Festerman comics that Uncle Fester writes. Uncle Fester's catch phrase is "Oh darn." A running gag throughout the series is Uncle Fester not believing that Granny has psychic powers. Uncle Fester is allergic to whip cream.
  • Granny Frump: Mother of Mortitia, mother-in-law of Gomez's, and grandmother of Wednesday and Pugsley. Granny is a witch with psychic powers, expressed through a crystal ball, which she uses for her own fortune-telling "psychic hotline" business. Granny is always trying to find a boyfriend, but never succeeds. She does not get along well with Fester.
  • Lurch: The blue-skinned butler of the Addams family. He is very tall and strong, which intimidates most guests, although he is in fact sweet. He almost never talks, and usually responds by mumbling in a deep voice. His catchphrase is "No comment", uttered when witnessing or becoming part of the antics of the rest of the family. Lurch is one of Wednesday's best friends.
  • Thing: A pet of the Addamses, Thing takes the form of a disembodied hand. It constantly helps out the family by reaching them objects, and although it lives in a box, can pop up everywhere in the house. Unlike in other versions, Thing has the ability to fly in this series.
  • Cousin Itt: A cousin of Gomez and Fester; has a body fully covered by hair, and speaks only in gibberish in a high-pitched voice (though other characters can somehow understand it). Although credited in the main cast, Itt is not seen in all episodes, much like in the original live-action series. Cousin Itt is apparently a government agent. Itt and Fester are close.
    Snappy: A shy alligator that lives with the Addams Family. He often likes to eat Fester, though he's also been shown to eat other members of the family (usually out of affection more than hunger), as well as strangers or enemies who may pose a threat to them (in these cases, it is out of hunger). He is also very fond of N.J. Normanmeyer (and actually does not try to eat him like he continuously does with members of the family).

The Normanmeyers

  • Norman Normanmeyer: The Addams' neighbor. The opposite of the Addams' in almost every way, he is often outraged by their unusual activities and tries to sabotage most of their plans. Despite his contempt of the Addams family, Norman's obsession with underwear (he has his home festooned with underwear) makes him just as abnormal as the Addams clan. Normanmeyer wears a blue suit, has a bit of a pot belly, and is the CEO of an underwear company called "Normanwear". Uncle Fester is fond of Norman and thinks that he's his best friend. Uncle Fester's nickname for Norman is "Norm". Norman is also on the Happydale Heights City Council. In "Festerman," it is shown that Normanmeyer has a superhero counterpart named Underman in the Festerman comics.
  • Normina Normanmeyer: Mr. Normanmeyer's traditional wife. Like her husband, she often tries to sabotage the Addams Family and Morticia in particular. Normina thinks that the Addams are dangerous. Normina is overprotective of N.J. She is most known doing her "Eek" scream. Both she and Norman call each other by revoltingly sweet pet names.
  • Norman "N.J." Normanmeyer Jr.: The pre-teen son of the Normanmeyers. Unlike his parents, he likes the Addams and is able to look through their odd behavior. When not spending time with Wednesday and Pugsley, he often attempts to convince his parents to leave the Addams Family alone. Normina's nickname for N.J. is "Little Normie".

The Adams Family

  • Dr. Phillip Adams

The Monster Families of Transylvania

  • The Vampire Family

The Banana Splits

  • Fleegle
  • Bingo
  • Drooper
  • Snorky


  • North America
    • United States of America
      • Addams Mansion
      • The Primrose Resort
      • Beauregard Mansion
      • Miss Grimwood's Finishing School for Girls
      • Calloway Military Academy
      • Tyler County (virtual reality)
        • Tyler County Race Track (virtual reality)
      • Louisiana (mentioned:)
        • New Orleans (mentioned;)
        • Moonscar Island (mentioned:)
  • Europe
    • Romania
      • Transylvania
        • Castle Dracula
        • Monster Road Rally (virtual reality)
    • United Kingdom
      • England
        • London
  • Africa (mentioned):
    • Egypt (mentioned)
      • Nile

Objects and Vehicles

  • Mystery Machine
  • Double-Dyno Turbo Blaster: Shaggy's race car
  • The Addams' Car
  • The Mail Truck
  • Letters
  • The Addams' Mailbox
  • Weapons
  • Instruments
  • Books


  • Fangs and Little Fangs → Fangface and Fangpuss (via moon beach ball)
  • Fangface and Fangpuss → Fangs and Little Fangs (via sun)


  • Pugsley and Wednesday vs. the Mailman
  • Fangface and Fangpuss vs. Puggsy



  • Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo/Scooby-WereDoo, Fangs/Fangface, Fred Jones
  • Scott Innes as Scrappy-Doo
  • Matthew Lillard as Shaggy Rogers/Shaggy Werewolf
  • Grey Griffin as Daphne Blake
  • Kate Micucci as Velma Dinkley
  • Felecia Angelle as Googie
  • Christopher R. Sabat as Biff, Butch
  • Anna Garduno as Kim
  • Jeff Bergman as Puggsy
  • Brina Palencia as Little Fangs/Fangpuss
  • Jason Alexander as Gomez Addams
  • Meredith McCoy as Morticia Addams
  • Debi Derryberry as Wednesday Addams
  • Jeannie Elias as Pugsley Addams
  • Tom Kenny as Uncle Fester
  • Linda Young as Granny Frump
  • Jim Cummings as Lurch
  • Chuck Huber as Dr. Phillip Adams
  • Diane Delano as Dolores Adams
  • Kath Soucie as Katherine Adams
  • Tara Strong as Stevey Adams
  • Maggie Blue O'Hara as Jenny Adams
  • Rob Paulsen as Count Dracula, Mr. Normanmeyer
  • Pat Musick as Vanna Pira, Elsa Frankenteen
  • Tress MacNeille as Miss Grimwood, Gina Adams
  • Steve Blum as Matches
  • Russi Taylor as Phantasma
  • Susan Blu as Sibella
  • Natalie Palamides as Winnie
  • Kristen Li as Tanis
  • Scott Menville as Tug Roper
  • Aaron Lohr as Miguel
  • Bumper Robinson as Jamal Williams
  • Sonny Strait as Grunt
  • Kent Williams as Colonel Calloway, the Alien Father, Brunch
  • Dameon Clarke as Crunch


  • Naomi Kusumi as Scooby-Doo/Scooby-WereDoo
  • Toshiharu Sakurai as Shaggy Rogers/Shaggy Werewolf
  • Yu Shimaka as Fangs/Fangface
  • Ikue Otani as Little Fangs/Fangpuss
  • Naoki Tatsuta as Scrappy-Doo
  • Kisho Taniyama as Fred Jones
  • Tomoe Hanba as Velma Dinkley
  • Eri Saito as Daphne Blake
  • Naoko Watanabe as Googie
  • Shigeru Chiba as Count Dracula
  • Mika Doi as Vanna Pira
  • Toru Furuya as Biff
  • Junko Noda as Kim
  • Setsuji Sato as Puggsy



  • Warner Bros. Animation, Inc. presents
  • A Co-Production of Hanna-Barbera, Inc. and Ruby-Spears, Inc.
  • In Association with Saban Capital Group, Inc.
  • "Scooby-Doo! and the Addams Family Reunion"


  • Directed by Cecilia Aranovich Hamilton, Doug Murphy
  • Produced by Amy McKenna, Curt Geda, Jennifer Coyle
  • Co-Producer: Jim Krieg
  • Executive Producers: Sam Register, David Kirschner, Haim Saban
  • Line Producer: John Bush
  • Written by Tim Sheridan
  • Based on Characters Created by Joe Ruby, Ken Spears, Charles Addams
  • Original Screenplay from "Addams Family Reunion" by Rob Kerchner, Scott Sandin
  • Music by Jake Monaco, Matthew Janszen, Robert J. Kral
  • Original Scores from:
    • "The Addams Family" (1992 – 1993) by Guy Moon, Matt Muhoberac, John Zucker
    • "Addams Family Reunion" by Amotz Plessner
  • Editors: Robert Ehrenreich, Robby Wells, Scott Fuselier
  • Casting and Voice Director: Wes Gleason
  • Voice Casting Facilities: Studiopolis, Inc., OkraTron 5000, Inc., Voice Box Productions, Inc.
  • Voice Direction:
    • Studiopolis, Inc.
      • Ryan Johnston
    • OkraTron 5000, Inc.
      • Christopher R. Sabat, Rawly Pickens
    • Voice Box Productions, Inc.:
      • Terry Klassen
  • Starring the Voice Talents of:
    • Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo/Scooby-WereDoo, Fangs/Fangface, Fred Jones
    • Scott Innes as Scrappy-Doo
    • Matthew Lillard as Shaggy Rogers/Shaggy Werewolf
    • Grey Griffin as Daphne Blake
    • Kate Micucci as Velma Dinkley
    • Felecia Angelle as Googie
    • Christopher R. Sabat as Biff
    • Anna Garduno as Kim
    • Jeff Bergman as Puggsy
    • Brina Palencia as Little Fangs/Fangpuss
    • Jason Alexander as Gomez Addams
    • Meredith McCoy as Morticia Addams
    • Debi Derryberry as Wednesday Addams
    • Jeannie Elias as Pugsley Addams
    • Tom Kenny as Uncle Fester
    • Linda Young as Granny Frump
    • Jim Cummings as Lurch
  • Additional Voices:
    • Justin Cook as Flim Flam
    • Maurice LaMarche as Vincent Van Ghoul
    • Nicole Oliver as Ruby-Doo
    • Scott Innes as Dada-Doo
    • Don Brown as Tom
    • Samuel Vincent as Jerry
    • Jason Marsden as William Fangsworth
    • Rob Paulsen as Mr. Normanmeyer, Shreako, Count Dracula, Brunch
    • Lisa Ann Beley as Normina
    • Kathleen Barr as Norman, Jr.
    • April Winchell as Delilah Addams
    • Corey Burton as Mortimer Addams
    • Jeffrey Tambor as Walter Adams
    • Diane Delano as Dolores Adams
    • Chuck Huber as Dr. Phillip Addams
    • Kath Soucie as Katherine Adams, Tuffy
    • Robert McCollum as Geoff Adams
    • Heidi Noelle Lenhart as Melinda Adams
    • Tara Strong as Stevey Addams
    • Maggie Blue O'Hara as Jenny Addams
    • Jim Cummings as Uncle Beauregard, Frankenstein's Monster, Fleegle
    • Carlos Alazraqui as Drooper
    • Sonny Strait as Freako, Grunt
    • Jerry Houser as Meako
    • Pat Musick as Vanna Pira, Elsa Frankenteen
    • Tress MacNeille as Miss Grimwood, Gina Adams
    • Mike McFarland as the Phantom
    • Steve Blum as Matches
    • Russi Taylor as Phantasma
    • Susan Blu as Sibella
    • Natalie Palamides as Winnie
    • Kristen Li as Tanis
    • Scott Menville as Skippy-Doo, Tug Roper
    • Aaron Lohr as Miguel
    • Bumper Robinson as Jamal Williams
    • Kent Williams as Colonel Calloway, the Alien Father
    • Dameon Clarke as Crunch, the Mummy
    • Frank Welker as Papa Werewolf, Godzilla, Bingo
    • Jason Douglas as the Sea Creature
    • Meredith McCoy as the Sea Creature's Daughter
    • Elise Baughman as the Alien Girl
    • Kate Bristol as Godzilla's daughter
    • David Tennant as the Old Man
  • Production Managers: Lindsey Joe, Melissa Lohman
  • Assistant Production Manager: Crissy Kikkawa
  • Art Director: Brian Johnson
  • Character Design: Dan Haskett, Jon Suzuki, Scott Jeralds
  • Prop Design: Art Lee, Norm Ryang, Brian Uchida
  • Background Design: Edgar Carlos, Jason Park, Jeffrey Purves
  • Background Paint: Todd Gibbs, Jesse Silver, Richard Ziehler-Martin
  • Color Stylist: Eloisa Lopez
  • Storyboard: Kevin Altieri, Aluir Amancio, Alan Galdwell, Nathan Glesowich, Ian Hamilton, Seth Kearsley, Brandon McKinney, Joonki Park, Ethan Spaulding, Adam Van Wyk
  • Storyvoard Revision: Ashtley Armstrong, Sandra Frame
  • Animation Timing: Kent Butterworth, Brian Hogan, Michel Lyman, Tom Mazzocco, Herb Moore, Helen Roh, Swinton Scott, Jungja Kim Wolf
  • Animation Checking: Justin Schultz
  • Supervising Technical Director: Matthew Girardi
  • Effects Animation: Nick DeMartino, Gus Djuro, Timothy N. Ryan
  • Animation Services: Toei Animation Co., Ltd., Top Draw Animation, Inc.
    • Toei Animation Co., Ltd.:
      • Supervising Animation Directors: Tadayoshi Yamamuro, Naohiro Shintani
      • Animation Directors: Kodai Watanabe, Miyako Tsuji, Naoki Tate, Takeo Ide, Yukiko Nakatani, Yuya Takahashi
      • Layout Artists: Makoto Aihara, Kaoru Sekiya
      • Key Animation: Naohiro Shintani, Miyako Tsuji, Takeo Ide, Yuya Takahashi, Naoki Tate, Yukiko Nakatani, Kodai Watanabe, Ryo Onishi, Yukihiro Urata, Isami Takara, Naotoshi Shida, Kumi Nakajo, Atsushi Nikaido, Yuya Takahashi, Masayuki Sato, Hirotaka Nii, Takashi Nashizawa, Naoko Masui, Hiroyuki Honda, Takumi Yamamoto, Futoshi Higashide, Shuichiro Manabe, Syuntaro Mura, Mamoru Hishino, Yuichi Karasawa, Keisuke Mori, Yumi Kuroiwa, Hiroki Morimune, Takayuki Uragami, Hitoshi Inaba, Ken Arto, Mehdi Aouichaoui, Takahito Katayama, Tetsuro Niregi, Tamaki Ishii, Mitsuko Baba, Masashi Yamada, Ai Yukimura, Marie Ino, Satoshi Sakai, Ken Otsuka, Takashi Hashimoto, Shiyuki Noto, Chikashi Kubota, Yuki Hayashi, Yoshihiko Umakoshi, Naohiro Shintani, Hayato Torii, Yuki Nagata, Tomoya Kosakai, Miyuki Yokoyama, Nozaomi Shimazaki, Shunsuke Matsuo, Yuka Kubota, Hitomi Urata, Takeru Shinozuka, Atsuya Shimizu, Yayoi Takano
      • In-Between: Yuka Kubota, Miwa Takeuchi, Yuko Nagata, Mihoko Tomita, Takeru Shinozuka, Atsuya Shimizu, Akiho Sato, Takahiro Kojima, Hiroto Saito, Shinnosuke Tanaka, Takaki Hieda, Tomomi Fujii, Shinobu Nakamura, Hiroko Inoue, Takayoshi Mizuguchi, Manami Kotani, Yukitoshi Yamaguchi, Yuko Shimohira, Mihoko Yamazaki, Takami Oshima, Junji Ogura, Yuko Morimoto, Hisashi Mawatari, Kazuya Takai, Naotsugu Yamaguchi, Ayaka Miyamoto, Yuko Hishinuma, Takeru Seo, Kazunaga Iwahori, Hinako Sonoda, Souta Yamazaki
      • Model Checkers: Noriko Murata, Ryoko Mogami, Chihiro Iwamoto, Takafumi Tsubokawa, Masato Tomiyasu, Mutsumi Hirata
      • Final Checkers: Yoshitada Ishii, Satoru Nakae, Aiko Seguchi, Motoi Takahashi, Ayumi Tada
      • Color Background: Nobuhito Sue, Midori Iwasawa, Kazuo Ogura, Atsushi Yokoyama, Daiki Kuribayashi, Junki Nakata, Maiko Ikeda, Hiromichi Ito, Kuniaki Nemoto, Minami Kasuga
      • Digital Ink and Paint: Shoko Iura, Yumi Ushiyama, Kyouko Sato, Yurie Fukuda, Kanae Ando, Oriko Muramoto, Yuki Tonegawa, Takako Tamura
      • Special Effects: Nao Ota, Toshio Katsuoka, Nobuhiro Shimokawa, Masayuki Kawachi, Takatoshi Anbe, Amo Shintani, Kumiko Taniguchi, Ayumi Arahata, Kaori Kobayashi
      • CG Team: Kai Makino, Hirotsuga Yokoo, Takuya Saito, Tetsuro Kodama, Yusuke Ozone, Satoshi Toyoda, Koichi Hirata, Shingo Nakanishi, Toshihiro Nakata, Guo Chaoyi, Mao Tomono, Mari Kobayashi, Yukari Shimozaki, Naoya Tashiro, Kie Inoue
      • Production Staff: Tetsuo Inagaki, Yuya Nomoto, Ryoma Honda, Sho Matsui
    • Top Draw Animation, Inc.:
  • Stock Footage from "The Addams Family" (1992–1993)
    • Produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions
    • Animation Services: Fil-Cartoons, Inc.
      • Production Supervisor: Jerry Smith
  • Post-Production Producer: Rick Morales
  • Post-Production Executive: Greg Emerson
  • Post-Production Managers: Brittany Camasi, Rebecca Unger
  • Recording Facilities: Salami Studios, LLC, Toei Digital Center, Toei Audio Visual Art Center Co., Ltd.
  • Recording Machine Operators:
    • Salami Studios, LLC:
      • Jeff O. Collins
    • Toei Audio Visual Art Center Co., Ltd.:
      • Mitsuharu Ito
  • Track Readers:
    • Salami Studios, LLC:
      • Wilson Martinez, Fred Salinas
  • Supervising Dialogue/ADR Editor:
    • Salami Studios, LLC:
      • Mark A. Keatts
  • Dialogue/ADR Editors:
    • Salami Studios, LLC:
      • Patrick Foley, Mike Garcia, John Reynolds
  • Post-Production Sound Services: Atlas Oceanic Sound & Picture, Jet Sound Engine Co., Ltd., Toho Sound Studio
  • Original Sound Effects Supervision:
    • Jet Sound Engine Co., Ltd.:
      • Akihiko Matsuda, Hidenori Arai, Mutsuhiro Nishimura
    • Toho Sound Studio:
      • Ichiro Minawa, Sadamasa Nishimoto, Minoru Kanayama, Cho Tomohisa, Yoshio Arakawa, Norihiko Izumi, Hajime Kawakami, Fumitoshi Sanada, Nao Shimonaga, Masanobu Miyazaki, Riichi Funabashi
  • Online Editors: David Cowles, Osamu Abe
  • Assistant Editors: Harrison T. Barth, Gabriel Gianola, Matthew Hanchey
  • Inserted Songs:
    • "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?"
      • Written by David Mook, Ben Raleigh
    • "The Addams Family"
      • Written by Vic Mizzy
    • "The Purple People Eater"
      • Written and Performed by Sheb Wooley
    • "The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana)"
      • Written by Mark Barkan, Ritchie Adams
    • "Scrappy's Rap"
      • Written by William Hanna, Joseph Barbera, John Debney, Glenn Leopold
      • Performed by Scott Innes
    • "The Monster Mash"
      • Written by Bobby Pickett, Leonard L. Capizzi
      • Produced by Jesse Cannon, Anthony Esposito, Tim Hatfield
      • Performed by The Misfits
      • Published by Misfits Records, Rykodisc
    • "The Addams Family (end quartet)"
      • Written by Vic Mizzy
      • Produced by Paul Gordon
      • Performed by Strate Vocalz
      • Published by Unison Music Company
      • Administered by Next Decade Entertainment, Inc. All Rights Reserved Used by Permission
  • Background Scores:
    • "The Waltz from Faust"
      • Written by Charles Gounod
      • Performed by Wayne Hinton
    • "Disco Lady"
      • Written by Paul Gordon
      • Performed by Cookie Avolon
      • Published by Kukunia Music
    • "Romance and Passion"
      • Written by Deddy Tzur and Lloyd Michael Cook II
      • Performed by Cecilta Noel
      • Published by Eifoota Music & Kukunia Music
  • Production Administrator: Frances Chang
  • Production Support: Cher Bentley, Daphne Fei, Shelly Jacobs, Tamara Miles, Tracy Nicoletti, Dave Silva, Kira Tirimacco, Renee Toporzysek
  • Casting Administration: Liz Caroll
  • Production Accounting: Yadira Davis, Debbie Lindquist, Maral Simonian, Athena Wingate
  • Rights and Clearances: Jake Baumgart, Brendan Brasier
  • Business and Legal Affairs: Lori Blackstone, Jehan Jawad, Shannon Muir, Bonnie Negrete, Kim Shekerlian
  • Production Supervision: Bobbie Page
  • Production Management: Ed Adams
  • Executive in Charge of Production: Jay Bastian
  • This motion picture is protected under the laws of the United States of America and other countries. Any unauthorized duplication, copying, distribution, exhibition or use may result in civil and/or criminal prosecution.
  • © 2024 Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
  • SCOOBY-DOO, THE ADDAMS FAMILY and all related characters and elements are trademarks of © Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
  • FANGFACE and all related characters are trademarks of © Ruby-Spears Productions, Inc,
  • Country of first publication: the United States of America
  • Warner Bros. Animation, Inc. is the author of this film/motion picture for this purpose of Article 15 (2) of the Berne Convention and all national laws giving effect thereto.
  • This Film is Created to Mark the 55th Anniversary of "Scooby-Doo!"




Concept Art

Character Designs (Model Sheets)

Coming Soon:
  • Scrappy, the Ghoul Girls and Matches
  • The Addams Family (1992 version)
  • The Normanmeyer Family


Voice Acting


Recycled Animation and Live-Action References

Sound Effects



Promotional Partners

North America

  • Kraft Foods Group, Inc. (United States/Worldwide)
    • Cool Whip
  • Best Western Hotels and Resorts (United States/Canada/Worldwide)
  • Six Flags Theme Parks (United States, Mexico)
  • Motorola, Inc. (United States/Worldwide)
  • UNICEF (Worldwide)
    • Trick or Treat for UNICEF
  • Mars, Inc. (United States/Worldwide)
    • M&M'S Chocolate Candies
  • Burger King (Worldwide except Australia)
  • The Coca Cola Company (Worldwide)
  • Gemmy Industries (United States, Canada)
  • Warner Media, LLC (United States/Worldwide)
  • Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (Worldwide)
  • (United States)

South America

  • Warner Media, LLC (United States/Worldwide)
  • Burger King (Worldwide except Australia)
  • The Coca Cola Company (Worldwide)
  • Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (Worldwide)


  • Warner Media, LLC (United States/Worldwide)
  • UNICEF (Worldwide)
    • Trick or Treat for UNICEF
  • Burger King (Worldwide except Australia)
  • The Coca Cola Company (Worldwide)
  • McCain Foods, Ltd. (Canada/Worldwide)
  • Samsung (South Korea/Worldwide)
  • Iberia Airlines (Spain/Worldwide)
  • Parques Reunidos (Spain)
    • Parque Warner Madrid (Spain)
  • Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (Worldwide)


  • Warner Media, LLC (United States/Worldwide)
  • Burger King (Worldwide except Australia)
  • The Coca Cola Company (Worldwide)

Asia/Middle East

  • Warner Media, LLC (United States/Worldwide)
  • Samsung (South Korea/Worldwide)
  • Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (Worldwide)
  • Burger King (Worldwide except Australia)
  • The Coca Cola Company (Worldwide)
  • Club Warner (Japan)
  • UNICEF (Worldwide)
    • Trick or Treat for UNICEF
  • Qantas Airways (Australia/Worldwide)
  • Village Roadshow Theme Parks (Australia/Worldwide)
    • Warner Bros. Movie World (Australia)
    • Sea World (Australia)
      • Sea World Resort and Water Park (Australia)
    • Wet 'n' Wild Gold Coast (Australia)
    • Australian Outback Spectacular (Australia)
    • Paradise Country (Australia)


  • Warner Media, LLC (United States/Worldwide)
  • UNICEF (Worldwide)
    • Trick or Treat for UNICEF
  • Hungry Jack's (Australia)
  • Coca Cola (Worldwide)
  • Cadbury (Worldwide)
  • Qantas Airways (Worldwide)
  • Village Roadshow Theme Parks (Worldwide)
    • Warner Bros. Movie World (Australia)
    • Sea World (Australia)
      • Sea World Resort and Water Park (Australia)
    • Wet 'n' Wild Gold Coast (Australia)
    • Australian Outback Spectacular (Australia)
    • Paradise Country (Australia)


DVD Menu

  • Play
  • Setup
    • Three Versions of the Movies
      • Edited Version
      • Uncut Version
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    • Dangerous Mail Delivery
    • Main Titles
    • The Addams Family Meeting
    • Calling the Two Mystery-Solving Groups
    • Strange Dinner Manners
    • Waltzheimer's Disease
    • Multiple Families Reunites
    • Heading to the Primrose Resort
    • Meeting the Addams' Relatives
    • Wrong Address
    • Getting Acquainted
    • Monster-Themed Recreations
    • Causing Mayhem
    • Challenging Gomez and Scooby
    • Wicked Games
    • Something Dark and Passionate
    • The Banana Splits
    • "Just in Time for a Snack!"
    • Dinner Duel
    • Under Arrest
    • Rescuing the Addams Family
    • Home Scary Home
    • Back to a Real Vacation
    • End Credits
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      • The New Scooby-Doo Movies: Wednesday Is Missing (1972)
      • The Addams Family: The Addams Family in New York (1973)
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