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**However, one can say Shaggy of all people was the main antagonist as he constantly manipulated Scooby-Doo to not go to back to his show and practically used him in order to achieve fame and fortune.

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* VinylShatters: Taken to an extreme in "Scooby Days" when Scooby tries to start up the jukebox/record player with his fist ala the Fonz; he only succeeds in shattering the record player and ''all'' the records inside!


** "Scooby Days" is a parody of ''Series/HappyDays''.

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** "Scooby Days" is a parody of ''Series/HappyDays''.''Series/HappyDays''.
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** However, one can say Shaggy of all people was the main antagonist as he constantly convinced Scooby-Doo to not go to back to his show.

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**However, one can say Shaggy of all people was the main antagonist as he constantly convinced Scooby-Doo to not go to back to his show.


* NoAntagonist: Another notable first is that this installment of ''Scooby-Doo'' has no villains in it.

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* NoAntagonist: Another notable first is that this installment of ''Scooby-Doo'' has no real villains in it.it. The only antagonistic characters that appear are the ones in the fake episode of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'' that Shaggy and Scooby are seen shooting in the beginning of the film and the test pilots Shaggy and Scooby show to C.J.

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* NoAntagonist: Another notable first is that this installment of ''Scooby-Doo'' has no villains in it.


* AnimatedMusical: This animated prime time special has several musical numbers.

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* AnimatedMusical: This animated prime time special has several musical numbers.numbers sung by the characters in-universe.


[[caption-width-right:258:Rister [=ReMille=], Ri'm ready ror ry roseclup!]]

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[[caption-width-right:258:Rister [=ReMille=], Ri'm ready ror ry roseclup!]]
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[[caption-width-right:258:Rister [=ReMille=], Ri'm ready ror ry roseclup!]]


* ShoutOut: Many of the test pilots are parodies of television shows and films that were popular at the time.
** "How Scooby Won the West" parodies ''Series/HowTheWestWasWon''.

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* ShoutOut: Many of the test pilots Shaggy and Scooby present to C.J. are parodies of television shows and films that were popular at the time.
** "How Scooby Won the West" parodies ''Series/HowTheWestWasWon''.''Film/HowTheWestWasWon''.

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''Scooby Goes Hollywood'' (known in home media releases as ''Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood'') was a 1979 animated prime time special based on ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo''.

Scooby and Shaggy get sick of life as comic relief television stars, so they try to pitch test pilots to the president of the network C.J. in hopes of moving to Hollywood and receiving the perks of movie stardom. Velma, Daphne, and Fred meanwhile start facing the difficulties of two of their co-stars walking out on them.
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* AnimatedActors: The first continuity to depict Scooby and the gang as in-universe actors.
* AnimatedMusical: This animated prime time special has several musical numbers.
* ClipShow: One song shows clips from various episodes of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'' accompanied by Velma, Daphne, and Fred pleading for Scooby to return to their show.
* MadeForTVMovie: It's a movie-length production that premiered on television rather than being released in theaters.
* ShoutOut: Many of the test pilots are parodies of television shows and films that were popular at the time.
** "How Scooby Won the West" parodies ''Series/HowTheWestWasWon''.
** "Lavonne and Scooby" is a parody of ''Series/LaverneAndShirley''.
** "Super Scooby" spoofs ''Film/SupermanTheMovie''.
** "Scooby Days" is a parody of ''Series/HappyDays''.

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