History WesternAnimation / ScoobyDooWhereAreYou

4th Dec '16 1:00:12 PM Ccook1956
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** The gang comes to a fork in the road in "Haunted House Hang-Up" and no consensus on which way to go. Shaggy suggests flipping a slice of bologna. To tell which side is which, the mustard side is heads. When he flips it, Scooby eats it.
4th Dec '16 12:27:59 PM rafi
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* AssInALionSkin:
** In the episode "Jeepers, It's the Creeper," a baby chick labors under the delusion that it is a dog after imprinting on Scooby.
** The episode "Never Ape an Ape Man" also has the Ape Man disguise himself with a [[LatexPerfection Scooby-Doo mask]] to put on a MirrorRoutine with the real Scooby.


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* FortyNiner: "The Miner Forty-Niner", a ghostly miner, was one of the villains on an episode.
4th Dec '16 7:19:00 AM Ccook1956
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* WhoIsDriving: Velma loses her glasses as she and Scooby take off in an out-of-control bumper car in "Foul Play in Funland." Later in the episode, Velma is driving the jeep as the gang and Mr. Jenkins are in searching for his runaway robot. And where is Scooby sitting? Shotgun!
4th Dec '16 7:07:11 AM Ccook1956
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''Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!'' is a popular animated television series created by Creator/HannaBarbera, launched all the way back in 1969. It consisted of two seasons which originally aired Saturday mornings on Creator/{{CBS}}. The series spawned the famous ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise, which continues to this day, [[LongRunner nearly fifty years later]], outliving both it's creators and the studio that produced it.

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''Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!'' is a popular animated television series created by Creator/HannaBarbera, launched all the way back in 1969. It consisted of two seasons which originally aired Saturday mornings on Creator/{{CBS}}. The series spawned the famous ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise, which continues to this day, [[LongRunner nearly fifty years later]], outliving both it's its creators and the studio that produced it.
12th Nov '16 2:00:18 PM TMNTFanGirl
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''Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!'' is a popular animated television series created by Creator/HannaBarbera, launched all the way back in 1969. It consisted of two seasons which originally aired Saturday mornings on Creator/{{CBS}}. The series spawned the famous ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise, which continues to this day, [[LongRunner over fifty years later]], outliving both it's creators and the studio that produced it.

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''Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!'' is a popular animated television series created by Creator/HannaBarbera, launched all the way back in 1969. It consisted of two seasons which originally aired Saturday mornings on Creator/{{CBS}}. The series spawned the famous ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise, which continues to this day, [[LongRunner over nearly fifty years later]], outliving both it's creators and the studio that produced it.
10th Nov '16 3:42:24 PM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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* SeventiesHair: The characters were designed in 1969, but close enough.



* ArtisticLicenseBiology[=/=]ArtisticLicenseChemistry: In "Go Away, Ghost Ship", Scooby is able to handle dry ice without gloves without hurting himself.



* BigEater: Guess.

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* BigEater: Guess. Often subverted with Shaggy, since he wants to eat a lot, but Scooby, playing the trope straight, often eats Shaggy's food before Shaggy can.



-->'''Velma:''' Yuck! His stomach must be made of scrap iron.
-->'''Shaggy:''' Can I help it my first toy was a garbage disposal?



* LampshadeHanging: By the second season, Shaggy and Scooby were well-aware that whenever Fred [[LetsSplitUpGang split up the gang to search for clues]], Scooby and Shaggy were going to be looking together.



* NoNameGiven:
** Several of the monsters, such as the Hawaiian Witch Doctor or Zen-Tuo's undead servants, are not given names within the episode, save for maybe a nickname from one of the gang (e.g. Shaggy refers to the undead servants as "The Scare Pair").
** Unlike the other villains in the series, the man in the werewolf costume from "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Werewolf?" is not given a name.



* PintsizedPowerhouse: Velma. She's the shortest but can lift all the other members of the group at once.

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* PintsizedPowerhouse: Velma. She's the shortest but can lift all the other members of the group at once.once and was able to subdue a few villains, such as the Creeper.



* SeventiesHair: The characters were designed in 1969, but close enough.



* StockFootage: The show has frequently reused animation due to low TV animation budgets (typical of HannaBarbera), such as the gang's walk and run cycles, certain poses of the characters used when talking, etc.

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* StockFootage: The show has frequently reused animation due to low TV animation budgets (typical of HannaBarbera), Creator/HannaBarbera), such as the gang's walk and run cycles, certain poses of the characters used when talking, etc.


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* VocalDissonance: At times, the Hawaiian Witch Doctor from "A Tiki Scare is No Fair" has a high-pitched voice, and at times, a deeper voice.
10th Nov '16 1:04:13 PM WileK209
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** It also happens when the gang encounters some bats in "Decoy for a Dognapper."



* BigShadowLittleCreature: An interesting variation occurs in "Mine Your Own Business," when the ghostly Miner '49er runs for it when he sees and hears what appears to be a train approaching... but it's really Shaggy imitating a train horn and chugging, and Scooby going down the tracks with a flashlight and speaker from which Shaggy's train noises are coming.

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* BigShadowLittleCreature: An Typically played straight in several episodes, but an interesting variation occurs in "Mine Your Own Business," when the ghostly Miner '49er runs for it when he sees and hears what appears to be a train approaching... but it's really Shaggy imitating a train horn and chugging, and Scooby going down the tracks with a flashlight and speaker from which Shaggy's train noises are coming.



* BlindMistake: Velma made a few blunders after losing her glasses. Among other things, she once approached a statue and thought it was Shaggy, petrified with fear.

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* BlindMistake: Velma made a few blunders after losing her glasses. Among other things, she once approached a statue and thought it was Shaggy, petrified with fear. Another amusing example was in "A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts," when she crawled into an old torture chamber and thought it was a playroom.



** Fred:[[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheSamuraiSword ...Darnit, I still don't have a catch phrase!]]

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** Fred:[[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheSamuraiSword ...Darnit, Dang, I still don't have a catch phrase!]]



** Also in "What the Hex is Going On," Scooby poses as one when a customer enters an empty swami's shop. Shaggy throws his voice and Scooby lip-syncs to it, to make it less obvious he's really a dog.



* KnewItAllAlong: In "Never Ape an Ape Man", Shaggy gets "grabbed" by a stuffed ape. When Velma tells him it's not real, he answers, "Well, I hope you don't think he had me fooled for a minute. I knew it all the time."

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* KnewItAllAlong: In "Never Ape an Ape Man", Shaggy gets "grabbed" by a stuffed ape.ape, and during his scuffle with it, unknowingly breaks it. When Velma tells him it's not real, he answers, "Well, I hope you don't think he had me fooled for a minute. I knew it all the time."



* LatexPerfection: A number of the villains used masks like these to disguise as the various ghosts and monsters. A couple of other interesting variations are seen as well...
** In "Never Ape an Ape Man," the title villain dons a rubber Scooby-Doo mask to perform a MirrorRoutine with the real Scooby. Then later, Shaggy apparently finds the Scooby mask and wears it at the end.
** A creepy old man appearing in "A Tiki Scare is No Fair" that is suspected as the villain turns out to be an undercover police officer in a rubber mask.
** The second season intro concludes with Scooby fooling with a ghoulish latex mask while in a sewer hole.



** Ted Nichols's incidental music score counts as this too, even if it was frequently recycled throughout the series. However, it hasn't been released to the public yet.



* RailroadTracksOfDoom: Seen in "Decoy for a Dognapper," when Shaggy and Scooby are sent on an old handcar down the tracks, and have to outrun an approaching speeding train once they reach a trestle. Fortunately, Fred comes to the rescue by throwing a switch track.



* StockFootage: The show has frequently reused animation due to low TV animation budgets (typical of HannaBarbera), such as the gang's walk and run cycles, certain poses of the characters used when talking, etc.



* YouMeddlingKids: And they would've gotten away with it, too.

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* YouMeddlingKids: And they would've gotten away with it, too. However, only one episode actually used the "meddling kids" phrase, "Scooby's Night with a Frozen Fright." (A few others said some kind of variation of it; Big Bob Oakley in "A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts" calls them "blasted kids.") But later [[WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo uses]] and [[WesternAnimation/WhatsNewScoobyDoo parodies]] eventually made it a main part of the franchise.
6th Nov '16 12:22:17 PM N8han11
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* BarrierBusting Blow: In "Scooby-Doo and a Mummy Too", Shaggy attempts to stop the mummy by locking it in the supply closet. The mummy just punches a hole through the door.

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* BarrierBusting Blow: BarrierBustingBlow: In "Scooby-Doo and a Mummy Too", Shaggy attempts to stop the mummy by locking it in the supply closet. The mummy just punches a hole through the door.
1st Nov '16 8:09:46 AM dlchen145
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* BarrierBusting Blow: In "Scooby-Doo and a Mummy Too", Shaggy attempts to stop the mummy by locking it in the supply closet. The mummy just punches a hole through the door.
25th Oct '16 11:06:13 AM Morgenthaler
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'''''Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!''''' is a popular animated television series created by Creator/HannaBarbera, launched all the way back in 1969. It consisted of two seasons which originally aired Saturday mornings on Creator/{{CBS}}. The series spawned the famous ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise, which continues to this day, [[LongRunner over fifty years later]], outliving both it's creators and the studio that produced it.

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'''''Scooby-Doo, ''Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!''''' You!'' is a popular animated television series created by Creator/HannaBarbera, launched all the way back in 1969. It consisted of two seasons which originally aired Saturday mornings on Creator/{{CBS}}. The series spawned the famous ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise, which continues to this day, [[LongRunner over fifty years later]], outliving both it's creators and the studio that produced it.
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