Well, we have an expression, "By gum!" So I guess "By gummity!" is a funny version of it.
Smitheroons is the writer's version of smithereens (very small pieces).
We have an expression "shimmy-shammy' and it sort of means to move in a funny way or to
do some unscrupulous political dealings. There used to be a dance move called 'to shimmy.'
She misses (ah! how sad) me every time.... she..... tries to shoot me! It's a joke, a play on words. Think about it!
Contrived - look it up in the dictionary!
"What lengths we go to....!" What efforts we make!
-tron is a suffix often used in science. Positron, electron, cyclotron. A pterodactyl-tron is a made up word, and it sounds as if it might be a robot pterodactyl or a machine for generating pterodactyls! What fun! Oh, as it says it's a homicidal pterodactyl-tron it must be the former.
A run-in with the police! Oh dear. An encounter with very negative consequences. Probably ended up in jail!!!! Or maybe only with a speeding ticket.
We have the verb - to scram. Go away/run away quickly. We have plenty of uses for 'doodle.' And 'scrap'. They are all English words. So 'scramdoodle' and 'scrapdoodle' are made up from the. To 'scramdoodle away' is probably to sort of scuttle away, or to scram. (to run off)
Many of these are playful words the writer has invented, or cobbled together from others. Lewis Carroll (Alice in Wonderland/Alice Through The Looking Glass) was a master of new words. Many actually became well established and are now in the dictionary.