Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 13, 1969
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network

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Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

Popular cartoon series featuring Scooby Doo, a dog who joins Velma, Daphne, Freddie, and Shaggy on many quests to solve mysterious. Each mystery is new and unusual and involves the group stopping someone from wreaking certain havoc on the world.

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Last Episode

02x08 Don't Fool With a Phantom Aired: Oct. 31, 1970

The gang is having fun at a TV station with their friend Johnny but then a wax creature shows up. Johnny tells them that years ago a wax maker …

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 2 seasons and 25 episodes air between 1969 and 1972.

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Series Fun Facts

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  • Frank Welker had wanted to audition for the role of Shaggy (having always been cast as the straight man and wanting to do a comedic character). Casey Kasem had wanted to audition for the role…
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    Frank Welker had wanted to audition for the role of Shaggy (having always been cast as the straight man and wanting to do a comedic character). Casey Kasem had wanted to audition for the role of Fred (claiming he was not a comedic actor).
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  • For the record: In spite of widespread public belief to the contrary, the "short girl with the glasses" is actually named "Velma" with a "V," not "Thelma" with a "T"-"H." The name…
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    For the record: In spite of widespread public belief to the contrary, the "short girl with the glasses" is actually named "Velma" with a "V," not "Thelma" with a "T"-"H." The name misspelling/ mispronunciation is actually spoofed in a scene that was deleted form Scooby-Doo (see the deleted scenes listing for that film).
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  • "Too Much" (later Scooby-Doo) was originally written as a Great Dane, but fearing their creation would be too close to the titular character in the comic strip "Marmaduke," creators Joe Ruby
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    "Too Much" (later Scooby-Doo) was originally written as a Great Dane, but fearing their creation would be too close to the titular character in the comic strip "Marmaduke," creators Joe Ruby and Ken Spears changed Scooby/"Too-Much" to be a big, sloppy sheepdog (which itself was far too close to "Hot Dog" from the "Archie" comics that inspired the series). After meeting with Hanna and Barbera about the issue, Scooby was changed back to a Great Dane. Character designer Iwao Takamoto went to a dog-breeding colleague at the studio for advice on what elements made up a prize-winning Great Dane, and then preceded to break every "rule" in his design of Scooby, including the double-chin, the bow-legged hind-legs, and the spots on his back (No *real* Great Dane has spots). Scooby's utter lack of prize-winning characteristics is spoofed in episode 1.5, "Decoy for a Dognapper."
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