History Trivia / SCOOBYDOO

4th Mar '17 12:27:35 AM DeeZero
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-->'''Velma:''' Nicole Jaffe (1969-74, 2002-03 DTV films), Patricia Stevens (1976-79), Marla Frumkin (1979-80, 1984), Creator/BJWard (1997-01), Mindy Cohn (2002-present), Christina Lange (''A Pup Named Scooby-Doo''), Kate Micucci (''Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!'')

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-->'''Velma:''' Nicole Jaffe (1969-74, 2002-03 DTV films), Patricia Stevens (1976-79), Marla Frumkin (1979-80, 1984), Creator/BJWard (1997-01), Mindy Cohn (2002-present), (2002-2015), Christina Lange (''A Pup Named Scooby-Doo''), Kate Micucci (''Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!'')(2015-Present)
24th Feb '17 4:33:03 PM WiddershinsDaughter
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** In [[Series/TheNewScoobyDooMovies Scooby-Doo Meets Batman and Robin]], Creator/CaseyKasem voices both Shaggy and Robin. His impersonation of Creator/BurtWard is good enough that it's not ''immediately'' obvious.
17th Jan '17 3:16:44 PM ngh93
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* OldShame: Freddie Prinze Jr. (Fred) and Sarah Michelle Gellar (Daphne) don't think very fondly about the live action film. Among other things, Prinze hated wearing the trademark ascot, and Gellar hated wearing Daphne's trademark Go-go boots. Originally played straight but later averted with Matthew Lillard. Originally Lillard stated he regretted working on the live action films as it seemed to ruin his movie career, but once he became the full time voice of Shaggy in the cartoons following Casey Kasem's retirement he's since changed his mind, and now thanks the movies for leading into a consistent role for him to play.

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* OldShame: Freddie Prinze Jr. (Fred) and Sarah Michelle Gellar (Daphne) don't think very fondly about the live action film. Among other things, Prinze hated wearing the trademark ascot, and Gellar hated wearing Daphne's trademark Go-go boots. Linda Cardellini states that she felt that the final cut of the film could've been adjusted a bit more.. Originally played straight but later averted with Matthew Lillard. Originally Lillard stated he regretted working on the live action films as it seemed to ruin his movie career, but once he became the full time voice of Shaggy in the cartoons following Casey Kasem's retirement he's since changed his mind, and now thanks the movies for leading into a consistent role for him to play.
3rd Jan '17 9:39:48 PM AreYouTyler
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** Mostly averted in Brazil, with only Fred not having his original actor as of ''What's New…'', basically the inverse of English. While the other teens' actors [[DawsonCasting are now in their 70s]] (Scooby's in his 90s), Fred's new voice actor is in his early 30s, and he sounds believably like a teenager.

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** Mostly averted in Brazil, with only Fred not having his original actor as of ''What's New…'', basically the inverse of English. While In the final season of ''Mystery Incorporated'', Warner Bros. "reasoned" that because the other teens' characters were voiced by actors [[DawsonCasting are now in their 70s]] (Scooby's in his 90s), Fred's new voice actor is in his early 30s, and he sounds believably like a teenager.seventies, they should be recast with actors half that age.
11th Nov '16 2:50:51 PM thecarolinabull01
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* WagTheDirector: Casey Kasem was a staunch vegetarian, and only agreed to play Shaggy so long as the BigEater never ate meat. He refused to play the character any more after being forced to voice him for a 1997 Burger King commercial, at which point Creator/BillyWest filled in to complete ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'', making it the only time West voiced him. Kasem was eventually lured back a few years later when the creators agreed to make Shaggy a vegetarian. Of course, following Kasem's passing in 2014, all bets are now off.

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* WagTheDirector: Casey Kasem was a staunch vegetarian, and only agreed to play Shaggy so long as the BigEater never ate meat. He refused to play the character any more after being forced to voice him for a 1997 Burger King commercial, at which point Creator/BillyWest filled in to complete ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'', making it the only time West voiced him. Scott Innes (who also provided the voice of Scooby after Don Messick's death until Frank Welker took over) took the reigns as Shaggy for the next few years. Kasem was eventually lured back a few years later in 2002 for ''What's New, Scooby-Doo?'' when the creators agreed to make Shaggy a vegetarian. Of course, following Kasem's passing retirement in 2014, 2009, all bets are now off.
6th Nov '16 9:35:37 PM C2
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* TheAbridgedSeries: WebAnimation/ScoobyDooAbridged, which is based off the first cartoon ScoobyDooWhereAreYou!
* WagTheDirector: Casey Kasem was a staunch vegitarian, and only agreed to play Shaggy so long as the BigEater never ate meat. He refused to play the character any more after being forced to voice him for a 1997 Burger King commercial, at which point Creator/BillyWest filled in to complete ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'', making it the only time West voiced him. Kasem was eventually lured back a few years later when the creators agreed to make Shaggy a vegetarian. Of course, following Kasem's passing in 2014, all bets are now off.

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* TheAbridgedSeries: WebAnimation/ScoobyDooAbridged, which is based off the first cartoon ScoobyDooWhereAreYou!
ScoobyDooWhereAreYou
* WagTheDirector: Casey Kasem was a staunch vegitarian, vegetarian, and only agreed to play Shaggy so long as the BigEater never ate meat. He refused to play the character any more after being forced to voice him for a 1997 Burger King commercial, at which point Creator/BillyWest filled in to complete ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooOnZombieIsland'', making it the only time West voiced him. Kasem was eventually lured back a few years later when the creators agreed to make Shaggy a vegetarian. Of course, following Kasem's passing in 2014, all bets are now off.
6th Nov '16 9:08:46 PM C2
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* CreatorBacklash: Joe Ruby and Ken Spears didn't like ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'', feeling that it missed the point of the characters and was too cynical. Some other writers seem to agree, as a few of the Direct-to-DVD have at least one joke at the series expense. Although the design work in some cases does borrow from MI's art style.

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* CreatorBacklash: Joe Ruby and Ken Spears didn't like ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'', feeling that it missed the point of the characters and was too cynical. Some other writers seem to agree, as a few of the Direct-to-DVD films have at least one joke jokes at the series series' expense. Although the design work in some cases does borrow from MI's art style.
27th Oct '16 1:05:00 PM NWolfman
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* AwesomeDeadBoy: According to the DVDCommentary, several of the music acts, including Shaggy ([[NamesTheSame the reggae singer, not the character]]) and Music/{{Outkast}} agreed to appear on the soundtrack because the name "Scooby Doo" was fun to sing.

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* AwesomeDeadBoy: AwesomeDearBoy: According to the DVDCommentary, several of the music acts, including Shaggy ([[NamesTheSame the reggae singer, not the character]]) and Music/{{Outkast}} agreed to appear on the soundtrack because the name "Scooby Doo" was fun to sing.
27th Oct '16 1:04:44 PM NWolfman
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* AwesomeDeadBoy: According to the DVDCommentary, several of the music acts, including Shaggy ([[NamesTheSame the reggae singer, not the character]]) and Music/{{Outkast}} agreed to appear on the soundtrack because the name "Scooby Doo" was fun to sing.
23rd Oct '16 2:44:08 PM NWolfman
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** The dog was originally a sheepdog named Too Much, but ''WesternAnimation/TheArchieShow'' (which was also on CBS) already had Hot Dog, Jughead's pet sheepdog. An H-B staffer raised Great Danes as a hobby, so they made the dog a Great Dane. It was Fred Silverman and (indirectly) Music/FrankSinatra who gave the dog the name Scooby-Doo.

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** The dog was originally a sheepdog named Too Much, but ''WesternAnimation/TheArchieShow'' (which was also on CBS) already had Hot Dog, Jughead's pet sheepdog. An H-B staffer raised Great Danes as a hobby, so they made the dog a Great Dane. It was Fred Silverman and (indirectly) chose the name Scooby-Doo after the scatting in one of his favorite Music/FrankSinatra who gave the dog the name Scooby-Doo.tunes.
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