The misadventures of clumsy mechanical canine Dynomutt, Dog Wonder and his millionaire master Radley Crowne, The Blue Falcon. As Dynomutt and The Blue Falcon, the fearless crimefighters ... See full summary »
Bugs Bunny, the famous, Oscar-winning cartoon rabbit, hosts his first weekly television series, along with all his fellow Warner Brothers cartoon stars, including Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, ... See full summary »
A one-hour featuring episodes of both the Scooby-Doo and Richie Rich cartoon series. Scooby and the Mystery Machine gang travel from town to town investigating reports of ghosts, monsters ... See full summary »
Goober, a dog who turns invisible when frightened, is the pet dog of the staff of fictional "Ghost Chasers" magazine (investigator Ted, writer Tina and photographer Gilly). The gang travels all over the world investigating reports of ghosts and other paranormal phenomena. Often joining the ghost chasers in their adventures are Laurie, Danny, Chris and Tracey Partridge. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
Of all the Scooby Doo clones to emerge; Josie and the Pussycats, Speed Buggy, Jabber Jaw, Clue Club, etc., none were as obvious as Goober and the Ghostchasers. Voiced by Paul Winchell (Jerry Mahoney, Tigger, Dick Dastradly, Gargamel) and with Ronnie Schell (from Gomer Pyle) as the Shaggy voice, Goober was a green dog who would turn invisible when he was scared, leaving only his floating red hat and dog collar suspended in mid-air.
The 'gang' were reporters with no outstanding qualities, trying to get pictures of ghosts. Winchell is imitating Daws Butler's Snaggle Puss/ Funky Phantom voice as well with interesting results, and the first episode guested the Partridge 'children'; Susan Dey, Danny Bonaduce, Brian Foster and Suzanne Crough.
Still the show couldn't break the Scooby shadow and was banished to the Sunday morning graveyard of cartoons. And it was no better than Scooby either, as many of the clones weren't.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?