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->''Scooby Scooby Doo, lookin' for you.\\
Scooby Scooby Doo, where are you?\\
All the stars are here, waiting for you.\\
Couldn't have a show without you.''
-->--'''Theme song''' excerpt

The second series to feature Franchise/ScoobyDoo, ''The New Scooby-Doo Movies'' ran on Creator/{{CBS}} from 1972 to 1974. Scooby and friends interacted with celebrities and other Creator/HannaBarbera characters of the time. This series featured nearly all of the ''Scooby-Doo'' tropes and was unique in that all episodes were an hour long. In Syndication, the episodes were usually split into two half hour episodes across two days.

!!Guests included:
* Series/TheAddamsFamily
* Franchise/{{Batman}} and ComicBook/{{Robin}} (from ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends'')
* WesternAnimation/TheHarlemGlobetrotters
* WesternAnimation/{{Jeannie}} and Babu
* WesternAnimation/JosieAndThePussycats
* Creator/LaurelAndHardy
* WesternAnimation/SpeedBuggy
* Film/TheThreeStooges
* [[Series/GetSmart Don Adams]]
* Tim Conway
* Phyllis Diller
* Creator/SandyDuncan
* Mama Cass Elliot
* [[Franchise/TheMonkees Davy Jones]]
* Creator/DonKnotts
* Jerry Reed
* Sonny and Music/{{Cher}}
* Creator/DickVanDyke
* Creator/JonathanWinters
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!!Tropes unique to ''The New Scooby-Doo Movies'':
* ContinuityNod: in the OpeningCredits, the name of the previous series (''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'') is {{title drop}}ped. Scooby replies, "Over here!"
* {{Crossover}}: A bunch of Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters have put in appearances.
* {{Ink Suit Actor}}: Any celebrity that appears on the show.
* LaughTrack
* NonindicativeName: These episodes don't really seem long enough to count as "movies". They're also not very new anymore.
** To be fair, the modern notion that movies must be around "90 minutes" is a little unfair given the amount of movies that have existed that are under and over that length. This show being early 1970s, there were plenty of drive-in movies in the 1950s and 1960s with around an hour's run time.
* TheUnreveal: In "Guess Who's Knott Coming to Dinner," it's never actually revealed whether the detective is or is not Don Knotts.
* YouRemindMeOfX: Done in the Jonathan Winters episode:
-->'''Maude Frickert:''' You look like my idol. Greatest man that ever lived.
-->'''Fred Jones:''' Who's that?
-->'''Maude Frickert:''' Glen Campbell.
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