History Franchise / SCOOBYDOO

18th May '17 2:48:20 AM jormis29
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* ''[=LEGO=] Scooby Doo: Haunted Hollywood'' (2016, Lego Movie)

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* ''[=LEGO=] Scooby Doo: Haunted Hollywood'' ''WesternAnimation/LegoScoobyDooHauntedHollywood'' (2016, Lego Movie)
2nd Apr '17 2:14:52 PM GooglePlexPower
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2nd Apr '17 2:13:55 PM GooglePlexPower
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* ''WesternAnimation/The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries'' (1984-85, ABC) - A continuation of the previous series, but with occasional appearances from Fred and Velma (both appearing in two episodes each, including one together, reuniting the gang). 13 Episodes.

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* ''WesternAnimation/The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries'' ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMysteries'' (1984-85, ABC) - A continuation of the previous series, but with occasional appearances from Fred and Velma (both appearing in two episodes each, including one together, reuniting the gang). 13 Episodes.
2nd Apr '17 2:12:47 PM GooglePlexPower
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* ''The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries'' (1984-85, ABC) - A continuation of the previous series, but with occasional appearances from Fred and Velma (both appearing in two episodes each, including one together, reuniting the gang). 13 Episodes.

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* ''The ''WesternAnimation/The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries'' (1984-85, ABC) - A continuation of the previous series, but with occasional appearances from Fred and Velma (both appearing in two episodes each, including one together, reuniting the gang). 13 Episodes.
25th Mar '17 8:57:51 AM fruitstripegum
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** Hilariously subverted in the ''What's New'' episode "It's All Greek To Scooby" when Velma triumphantly announces the identity of the Centaur and pulls the mask off… to reveal a character she had never seen before. Velma calls a foul and declares it doesn't count.\\

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** Hilariously subverted in the ''What's New'' episode "It's All Greek To Scooby" when Velma triumphantly announces the identity of the Centaur and pulls the mask off… to reveal a character she had never seen before. Velma calls a foul and declares it doesn't count.\\
13th Mar '17 3:39:16 PM jormis29
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* ''ComicBook/ScoobyApocalypse''
11th Mar '17 5:35:49 PM MagBas
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After a decade (during which time several gimmicks, including celebrity cameos, were employed to try and keep the show fresh), the writers finally ran out of ideas. In a last-ditch effort to avoid cancellation, Scrappy-Doo, Scooby's smarmy, aggressive nephew, was added to the cast in 1979. While hugely popular at first and almost singularly responsible for keeping the series alive throughout TheEighties, cementing it into the public consciousness, his introduction is now generally agreed to be when the franchise JumpedTheShark, and his very name has come to [[TheScrappy represent the ultimate of unlikable characters]]. To this day, fans and industry professionals continue to debate the value of Scrappy, fueled by the character's creator, Creator/MarkEvanier, who once defended the character by saying, "How can you screw up something like ''Scooby Doo''?"

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After a decade (during which time several gimmicks, including celebrity cameos, were employed to try and keep the show fresh), the writers finally ran out of ideas. In a last-ditch effort to avoid cancellation, Scrappy-Doo, Scooby's smarmy, aggressive nephew, was added to the cast in 1979. While hugely popular at first and almost singularly responsible for keeping the series alive throughout TheEighties, cementing it into the public consciousness, his introduction is now generally agreed to be when the franchise JumpedTheShark, and his very name has come to [[TheScrappy represent the ultimate of unlikable characters]]. To this day, fans and industry professionals continue to debate the value of Scrappy, fueled by the character's creator, Creator/MarkEvanier, who once defended the character by saying, "How can you screw up something like ''Scooby Doo''?"\n
20th Feb '17 3:12:47 PM bt8257
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By [[TheNineties the early-to-mid-90's]], the franchise was basically moribund: [[Creator/DonMessick Scooby-Doo's voice actor]] passed away and Hanna-Barbera was absorbed into Time Warner's media empire, begining their gradual overhaul into Creator/CartoonNetwork Studios. However, [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland an extremely well-received direct-to-video movie]] in 1998 jump-started the franchise, including one new [=DTV=] movie per year since 2000, several new and highly ambitious TV shows which either use, play with, subvert, or even ignore the classic formula (and are utterly unconnected to each other), and the occasional video game.

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By [[TheNineties the early-to-mid-90's]], the franchise was basically moribund: [[Creator/DonMessick Scooby-Doo's voice actor]] passed away and Hanna-Barbera was absorbed into Time Warner's media empire, begining beginning their gradual overhaul into Creator/CartoonNetwork Studios. However, [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland an extremely well-received direct-to-video movie]] in 1998 jump-started the franchise, including one new [=DTV=] movie per year since 2000, several new and highly ambitious TV shows which either use, play with, subvert, or even ignore the classic formula (and are utterly unconnected to each other), and the occasional video game.
22nd Dec '16 11:37:25 PM spiritsunami
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The TurnOfTheMillennium saw the release of two theatrical Scooby-Doo movies, one in 2002 simply titled ''Film/ScoobyDoo''[[note]]The last HB spinoff project to be overseen by both of it's company's founders. Bill Hanna died in 2001, a year before the film was released.[[/note]] and it's sequel, 2004's ''Film/ScoobyDooMonstersUnleashed''[[note]]The last The last HB spinoff project to be overseen by Joe Barbera, who died a year later[[/note]], starring Sarah Michelle Gellar of ''Buffy'' fame as Daphne and her husband Freddie Prinze Jr. as [[TheDanza Fred]]. They were followed by two made-for-TV prequels, which featured a different cast. All four were loaded with {{Continuity Nod}}s, and {{lampshade|Hanging}}d the show's own clichés.

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The TurnOfTheMillennium saw the release of two theatrical Scooby-Doo movies, one in 2002 simply titled ''Film/ScoobyDoo''[[note]]The last HB spinoff project to be overseen by both of it's its company's founders. Bill Hanna died in 2001, a year before the film was released.[[/note]] and it's its sequel, 2004's ''Film/ScoobyDooMonstersUnleashed''[[note]]The last The last HB spinoff project to be overseen by Joe Barbera, who died a year later[[/note]], starring Sarah Michelle Gellar of ''Buffy'' fame as Daphne and her husband Freddie Prinze Jr. as [[TheDanza Fred]]. They were followed by two made-for-TV prequels, which featured a different cast. All four were loaded with {{Continuity Nod}}s, and {{lampshade|Hanging}}d the show's own clichés.
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