Scooby's Laff-A Lympics (1977–1979)
"Scooby's All Star Laff-A-Lympics" (original title)

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The various Hanna Barbera characters compete in their own version of the Olympic Games.

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A cartoon sports competition involving the entire Hanna-Barbera collection of characters. The characters (split into three teams: comedy heros, action heros, and villains) would compete in various strange events, with each episode taking place in a different part of the world. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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Hanna-Barbera gives us their own Olympic games
16 September 2008 | by (Kansas City, MO) – See all my reviews

Hanna-Barbera never fails to entertain me. In this cartoon we have a variety of Hanna- Barbera cartoon characters competing in triple team olympic games and each week would have 2 different locations, one location in the first half and the other in the second half. The three teams were The Scooby Doobies (which consisted of many mystery solving or crime fighter Hanna-Barbera characters and lead by none other than Scooby-Doo, of course), The Yogi Yahooeys (which consisted of a lot of the earlier Hanna-Barbera characters and lead by Yogi Bear, of course) and The Really Rottens (which were mostly bad guy characters). The only thing that annoys me with this show is that for the Rottens team that they decided to put in Dread Baron and Mumbly instead of Dick Dastardly and Muttley, i mean why use their cheap resemblers instead of the real characters? Plus why is Mumbly on the Rottens team when he is supposed to be a good guy? Personally I would've put in Dick Dastardly and Muttley as the captain for the Rottens team not Dread Baron and Mumbly. This also one other thing that I would've changed about the show and that would be that there are a few Hanna- Barbera characters that were left out that I felt should've been included. Here the characters that were not in this show that I think should've been included and what team they could've been on as well and they are:

* Scrappy-Doo (could be on The Scooby Team, of course)

* Lippy The Lion & Hardy Har Har (could be on The Yogi Team)

* Touche Turtle & Dum-Dum (could be on The Yogi Team)

* Horseface Harry (he's Quick Draw's evil twin, could be on The Rottens Team)

* Secret Squirrel (he could be captain of a new team called The Secret Squirrelers)

* Magilla Gorilla (The Secret Squirrelers)

* Punkin Puss & Mushmouse (The Secret Squirrelers)

* Breezly & Sneezly (The Secret Squirrelers)

* Peter Potamus (The Secret Squirrelers)

* Yippee, Yappee & Yahooey (The Secret Squirrelers)

* Ricochet Rabbit and Droop-A-Long (The Secret Squirrelers)

* Atom Ant (The Secret Squirrelers)

* Squiddly Diddly (The Secret Squirrelers)

* Paw Rugg & Shagg Rugg (from The Hillbilly Bears, The Secret Squirrelers)

* Top Cat (could be a reporter with Snagglepuss & Mildew)

* Space Ghost, Jan & Jace (could be on The Scooby Team)

* Zorak (could be on The Rottens Team)

* Yellow Pinky (a bad guy from Secret Squirrel, could be on The Rottens Team)

But other than that it was good cartoon, Hanna-Barbera is the best.

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