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The Mystery Inc. gang investigate more supernatural sightings with various guest stars and characters.
Perhaps the biggest potential handicap of The New Scooby-Doo Movies: The (Almost) Complete Collection is the fact that all 23 episodes are crammed on two meager discs: it doesn't take much math to figure out that adds up to more than eight hours of HD content on each one, which sounds like a recipe for disaster. Surprisingly, it's not: this Blu-ray collection manages to maintain a rather respectable 1080p picture from start to finish, deftly avoiding the major compression issues that plagued a lot of overloaded DVD collections back in the day. Several factors are the reason this is possible. For starters, The New Scooby-Doo Movies are hardly loaded with detail, mostly favoring sketchy linework and flat colors; close-up shots rarely display more than a few unique hues and maybe one or two subtle background gradients. Of course, wide shots are a different story: many of these locales and establishing shots boast a higher level of detail, with the variable bit rate responding accordingly. It's not uncommon for a low-level shot to dip into a single digit figures -- barely above DVD standards, in some cases -- only to leap up into more comfortable territory a few seconds later. (The same was true of Warner Bros.' recent release of The Venture Bros. Season 7, perhaps to an even greater degree.) Other factors at work include the show's tube-TV friendly 1.33:1 aspect ratio, which has thankfully been maintained here, as well as the extra room afforded by going with Dolby Digital audio rather than lossless -- another space- saving measure that really doesn't affect its overall quality in a substantial way.
Let's be honest, though: the bar isn't set incredibly high here because The New Scooby-Doo Movies were never all that visually stunning to begin with. Cheap animation and an inconsistent level of quality between episodes don't make this a demo-worthy Blu-ray, but it's safe to say that these shows have never looked better on home video. The colors pop nicely without feeling oversaturated, most of the inherent dirt and debris has been carefully scrubbed while maintaining the series' scruffy, filmic appearance, and black levels hold up nicely as well. A few source problems remain, including some unavoidable flecks and specks, careless paint marks, and even a few stray scribbles and letters around the frame edges -- likely notes made by artists that were unseen for decades due to tube TV overscan. Other stray shots are definitely on the soft side; I'm not sure if these were upscaled due to source material issues or that's what they've always looked like. Mild banding is occasionally apparent, but this is so common on animated Blu-rays that it's almost not worth mentioning. Overall, though, I'm very pleased with the appearance of all 23 shows; a lot could have gone wrong here, but most of it doesn't. Would The New Scooby-Doo Movies look even better if spread across three or four discs? Possibly. Yet I was unable to spot any serious compression issues, so the jury's still out on that one.
Another point of A/V contention is Warner Bros.' use of Dolby Digital mixes (original 2.0 mono, not 5.1 as identified on the packaging) rather than full DTS-HD Master Audio, a problem that plagued Warner Blu-rays in the format's early years and even a few more recent releases. I'll be honest in that the limitations of lossy audio aren't felt nearly as strong here: The New Scooby-Doo Movies really aren't sonic powerhouses, mostly settling for the low bar set by your average Saturday morning cartoon from the era. Dialogue is cleanly recorded, the (perpetually recycled) score sounds good enough, and a modest amount of depth is achieved during some of the show's spookier moments. Hiss, pop, and crackle are basically non-existent, even though it can't help but sound a little thin on the high end. Overall, it gets the job done well enough and, once again, lossless audio wouldn't have made a great deal of difference here to all but those who would play The New Scooby-Doo Movies at an exceptionally loud volume on high-end equipment.
There's one major exception, though, and it leans much more towards "accidental defect" than "source material issue". "The Haunted Showboat" (episode #17, featuring Josie and the Pussycats) has a rather noticeable sync issue in that the video is about a quarter-second ahead of the audio during the entire episode. It's incredibly distracting and, while this doesn't seem to pop up on any other episodes, this was clearly an avoidable problem that potentially warrants a recall. Should Warner Bros. announce any sort of disc exchange, I will post an update immediately.
Optional English (SDH) and French subtitles have been included during all 23 episodes and the bonus features. These are formatted nicely and, unlike the audio defect mentioned above, do not suffer from any obvious sync issues.
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