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"The New Scooby-Doo Movies" (1972) More at IMDbPro »TV series 1972-1973

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The New Scooby-Doo Movies: :  -- US Home Video Trailer from Warner Home Video

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Seasons:
1 | 2
Release Date:
9 September 1972 (USA) See more »
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The Mystery Inc. gang investigate more supernatural sightings with various guest stars and characters.
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Very good show during the first season See more (12 total) »

Cast

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Casey Kasem ... Shaggy / ... (12 episodes, 1972-1973)
Heather North ... Daphne / ... (12 episodes, 1972-1973)
Don Messick ... Scooby-Doo (11 episodes, 1972-1973)

Frank Welker ... Fred / ... (9 episodes, 1972)
John Stephenson ... Fireball McPhaine / ... (9 episodes, 1972-1973)
Nicole Jaffe ... Velma (7 episodes, 1972)
Mike Road ... Ghost Pirate 3 / ... (5 episodes, 1972)
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Series Directed by
Joseph Barbera (16 episodes, 1972)
William Hanna (16 episodes, 1972)
 
Series Writing credits
Tom Dagenais (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
Norman Maurer (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
Jack Mendelsohn (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
Jameson Brewer (16 episodes, 1972)
Ruth Brooks Flippen (16 episodes, 1972)
Fred Freiberger (16 episodes, 1972)
Willie Gilbert (16 episodes, 1972)
Bill Lutz (16 episodes, 1972)
Larry Markes (16 episodes, 1972)
Ray Parker (16 episodes, 1972)
Gene Thompson (16 episodes, 1972)
Paul West (16 episodes, 1972)
Harry Winkler (16 episodes, 1972)
Larz Bourne (8 episodes, 1973)
Heywood Kling (8 episodes, 1973)
Sidney Morse (8 episodes, 1973)

Series Produced by
Joseph Barbera .... producer (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
William Hanna .... producer (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
Alex Lovy .... associate producer (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
Zoran Janjic .... associate producer (8 episodes, 1973)
 
Series Original Music by
Hoyt Curtin (unknown episodes)
 
Series Film Editing by
Earl Bennett (16 episodes, 1972)
Pat Foley (16 episodes, 1972)
Ron Sawade (16 episodes, 1972)
Peter Jennings (8 episodes, 1973)
Catherine MacKenzie (8 episodes, 1973)
Ian Spruce (8 episodes, 1973)
Graham Whelan (8 episodes, 1973)
 
Series Production Design by
Iwao Takamoto (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
 
Series Production Management
Victor O. Schipek .... production supervisor (16 episodes, 1972)
 
Series Art Department
Howard Swift .... story director (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
Steve Clark .... story director (16 episodes, 1972)
Carl Fallberg .... story director (16 episodes, 1972)
Mike Kawaguchi .... story director (16 episodes, 1972)
George Singer .... story director (16 episodes, 1972)
Paul Sommer .... story director (16 episodes, 1972)
Irv Spector .... story director (16 episodes, 1972)
Jean Blanchard .... story director (8 episodes, 1973)
Ron Campbell .... story director (8 episodes, 1973)
Robert Dranko .... story director (8 episodes, 1973)
Vive Risto .... story director (8 episodes, 1973)
Jay Sarbry .... story director (8 episodes, 1973)
Ernest Terrazas .... story director (8 episodes, 1973)
 
Series Sound Department
Bill Getty .... sound director (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
Richard Olson .... sound director (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
 
Series Camera and Electrical Department
John Aardal .... camera operator (16 episodes, 1972)
George Epperson .... camera operator (16 episodes, 1972)
Ralph Migliori .... camera operator (16 episodes, 1972)
Dennis Weaver .... camera operator (16 episodes, 1972)
John Cumming .... camera operator (8 episodes, 1973)
Peter Huiswaard .... camera operator (8 episodes, 1973)
Carole Laird .... camera operator (8 episodes, 1973)
Kieran Mulgrew .... camera operator (8 episodes, 1973)
Jerry Smith .... camera operator (8 episodes, 1973)

Jerry Whittington .... camera operator (unknown episodes)
 
Series Animation Department
Edwin Aardal .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
John Ahern .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Alvaro Arce .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Mike Arens .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Jayne Barbera .... ink and paint supervisor (16 episodes, 1972)
Ed Barge .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Oliver Callahan .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Lars Calonius .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
George Cannata .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Rudy Cataldi .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Izzy Ellis .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Hugh Fraser .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
John Garling .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Bob Goe .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Moe Gollub .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Ric Gonzalez .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Fred Grable .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Paul Gruwell .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
David High .... background artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Alex Ignatiev .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Zygamond Jablecki .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Raymond Jacobs .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Herb Johnson .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Bill Keil .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Bill Lignante .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Dick Lundy .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Fernando Montealegre .... background artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Gary Niblett .... background artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Charles A. Nichols .... animation director (16 episodes, 1972)
Joan Orbison .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Lew Ott .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Ed Parks .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Jay Sarbry .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Bob Singer .... layout artist (16 episodes, 1972)
Ken Southworth .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Irven Spence .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Dave Tendlar .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Carlo Vinci .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Robert 'Tiger' West .... xerographer (16 episodes, 1972)
Xenia .... animator (16 episodes, 1972)
Chebby Badham .... layout artist (8 episodes, 1973)
Stuart Barry .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Susan Beak .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
John Boersema .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Andrea Bresciani .... animator / layout artist (8 episodes, 1973)
Zora Bubica .... ink and paint supervisor (8 episodes, 1973)
John Burge .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Gairden Cooke .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Chris Cuddington .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Milton Fredlund .... layout artist (8 episodes, 1973)
Warwick Gilbert .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Sebastian Hurpia .... layout artist (8 episodes, 1973)
Carmel Lennon .... animation checker (8 episodes, 1973)
Steve Lumley .... layout artist (8 episodes, 1973)
Louise Luschwitz .... animation checker (8 episodes, 1973)
Peter Luschwitz .... animation director (8 episodes, 1973)
Don MacKinnon .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Paul McAdam .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Gus McLaren .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Narelle Nixon .... animation checker (8 episodes, 1973)
Romek Pachucki .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Yvonne Pearsall .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Jolanta Pillich .... animation checker (8 episodes, 1973)
Kevin Roper .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Kay Self .... animation checker (8 episodes, 1973)
Laurie Sharpe .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
David Skinner .... layout artist (8 episodes, 1973)
Robbert Smit .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Sue Speer .... background artist (8 episodes, 1973)
Gerald Wylie .... animator (8 episodes, 1973)
Milan Zahorsky .... background artist (8 episodes, 1973)
Olga Zahorsky .... xerographer (8 episodes, 1973)
Richard Zaloudek .... background artist (8 episodes, 1973)
 
Series Editorial Department
Larry C. Cowan .... supervising film editor (16 episodes, 1972)
William E. DeBoer .... negative consultant (16 episodes, 1972)
Joed Eaton .... post-production (16 episodes, 1972)
Peter Addison .... supervising film editor (8 episodes, 1973)
 
Series Music Department
Hoyt Curtin .... musical director (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
Paul DeKorte .... music supervisor (24 episodes, 1972-1973)
 
Series Other crew
Frank Paiker .... technical supervisor (16 episodes, 1972)
Iraj Paran .... titles (16 episodes, 1972)
Kirsten Hansen .... production coordinator (8 episodes, 1973)
Jerry Smith .... technical supervisor (8 episodes, 1973)
 

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43 min | 43 min (24 episodes)
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Shaggy:Man, I don't know what's worse... Those Muck Men, or Cass Elliot's driving...
Scooby:Cass Elliot's driving!
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Very good show during the first season, 7 May 2003
Author: raysond from Chapel Hill, North Carolina

"The New Scooby Doo Movies",made its premiere on CBS-TV in September of 1972 and it lasted well on until the fall of 1974. I saw this when I was a kid on Saturday Mornings and I got to see this episodes again when the show aired again in syndication during the 1980's. During its first season,the show had the kids solving mysteries with special guests and this was when the series was good,and then the show took a nose-dived during its final season and from there it said it all. Don't get me wrong here,I am a HUGE fan of the original show by the way,but when this format came about you tell that some of the stars who lend their voices here should have never committed to coming on and playing second fiddle with the kids in catching the creepy ghost or phantom who were still trying to scare them away,but still they got the suspecct at the end of each episode. Also,these were the best from the first season and here were some that were huge problems especially when the gang stumbles onto them during the first twenty minutes of the show.

For instance, they met Laurel and Hardy whom both were dead 30 years prior to when "Scooby Doo" even hit the airwaves(this was back in 1972) and also one was with the "Three Stooges" which way totally far out and cool. The only thing was that Curly was dead for 20 years prior to the show's airing although Moe and Larry were still alive at the time,but in opinion it would have made sense if they could have gotten Curly Joe who was also alive at the time this episode was made,but the producers at Hanna-Barbera(which produced the series)wanted the original Curly,who was deceased! Also,there were three episodes where the kids solve mysteries with the Harlem Globetrotters,and two which featured the dynamic duo Batman and Robin as they tangle with two of the meanest villains ever devised:Penguin and The Joker....it would have been even great if the producers gotten the voices of Burgess Meredith and Cesar Romero,who were still living at the time this show aired,but nooooooo! Adam West or Burt Ward? The producers didn't even think of that,but we have radio personality Casey Kasem who does double duty with this as the voices of the Boy Wonder Robin and also Shaggy and a host of other characters.

The Globetrotters episodes are my favorites,as well as the ones which featured Phyllis Diller,Dick Van Dyke,Sandy Duncan,Davy Jones(of the Monkees),Tim Conway,Don Knotts,Don Adams,and The Addams Family(in which the producers got this right by getting the original stars of the show as voiceovers with the talents of John Astin,Carolyn Jones,Jackie Coogan,and Ted Cassidy-the weirdest and also the best of the first season)not to mention getting Sonny and Cher as guest stars with some of the best dialogue ever for a Saturday Morning cartoon show.

The worst of the bunch.....first off who would have thought that the group would work well with the gang. Jerry Reed? Josie and the Pussycats? Speed Buggy? Jeannie?(stupid idea and way out of place) Cass Elliott? Jonathan Winters? The Partridge Kids? and the worst of the bunch from the second season where the producers took the Redbeard characters from a 1969 episode and from there stripped them of their color....didn't they solve this mystery in the original? Why was it brought back from the original series? Now,that's a mystery that the producers couldn't solve nor save this show in its second season. CBS cancelled this entirely in 1974. It's replacement consisted of repeated episodes of the original "Scooby Doo,Where Are You?" series that aired on CBS from 1969-1972.

The second season was the worst of the bunch,and from there Scooby and the gang moved from CBS to ABC in 1975,and with the addition to one of the worst characters in history which destroy the franchise SCRAPPY, the series went into a flame of dog crap. Stick to the original series which ran from 1969-1972,and they were way better than this.

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