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"The New Scooby-Doo Movies" The Exterminator (1973)

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Larz Bourne (story)
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Original Air Date:
6 October 1973 (Season 2, Episode 5)
Don Adams hires the gang as his trainees on an exterminating trip. | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast)

Don Adams ... Himself (voice)

Episode Crew
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Larz Bourne  story
Tom Dagenais  story
Heywood Kling  story (as Woody Kling)
Norman Maurer  story
Jack Mendelsohn  story
Sidney Morse  story (as Sid Morse)

Produced by
Joseph Barbera .... producer
William Hanna .... producer
Zoran Janjic .... associate producer
Alex Lovy .... associate producer
Film Editing by
Peter Jennings 
Catherine MacKenzie 
Ian Spruce 
Graham Whelan 
Production Design by
Iwao Takamoto 
Art Department
Jean Blanchard .... story director
Ron Campbell .... story director
Robert Dranko .... story director (as Bob Dranko)
Vive Risto .... story director (as Vev Risto)
Jay Sarbry .... story director
Howard Swift .... story director
Ernest Terrazas .... story director (as Ernie Terrazas)
Sound Department
Bill Getty .... sound director
Richard Olson .... sound director
Camera and Electrical Department
John Cumming .... camera operator
Peter Huiswaard .... camera operator
Carole Laird .... camera operator
Kieran Mulgrew .... camera operator
Jerry Smith .... camera operator
Animation Department
Chebby Badham .... layout artist
Stuart Barry .... animator
Susan Beak .... animator
John Boersema .... animator
Andrea Bresciani .... animator
Andrea Bresciani .... layout artist
Zora Bubica .... ink and paint supervisor
John Burge .... animator
Gairden Cooke .... animator
Chris Cuddington .... animator
Milton Fredlund .... layout artist
Warwick Gilbert .... animator
Sebastian Hurpia .... layout artist
Carmel Lennon .... animation checker
Steve Lumley .... layout artist (as Stephen Lumley)
Louise Luschwitz .... animation checker
Peter Luschwitz .... animation director
Don MacKinnon .... animator
Paul McAdam .... animator
Gus McLaren .... animator
Narelle Nixon .... animation checker
Romek Pachucki .... animator
Yvonne Pearsall .... animator
Jolanta Pillich .... animation checker
Kevin Roper .... animator
Kay Self .... animation checker
Laurie Sharpe .... animator
David Skinner .... layout artist
Robbert Smit .... animator
Sue Speer .... background artist
Gerald Wylie .... animator
Milan Zahorsky .... background artist
Olga Zahorsky .... xerographer
Richard Zaloudek .... background artist
Editorial Department
Peter Addison .... supervising film editor
Music Department
Hoyt Curtin .... musical director
Paul DeKorte .... music supervisor
Other crew
Kirsten Hansen .... production coordinator
Jerry Smith .... technical supervisor
Series Cast
These people are regular cast members. Were they in this episode?

Mark Hamill ... (voice)

Scatman Crothers (as Benjamin Crothers)

Henry Corden
Jerry Dexter
Richard Elkins

Jamie Farr
Stu Gilliam

Bob Hastings

Jon Walmsley
Sherry Alberoni

Arlene Golonka
Jackie Joseph ... (voice)
Julie McWhirter
Barbara Pariot

Series Crew
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Original Music by
Hoyt Curtin 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jerry Whittington .... camera operator

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Check out Don Adams in Those Bell Bottoms!, 26 March 2006
Author: richard.fuller1

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Bit of the macho side, aren't they? Almost got a Popeye look going for him.

Don Adams tenure as an exterminator was a bit of a stretch, but the episode is salvaged by a couple of pluses.

The old Hollywood actor named Lorne Chumley (modeled after Lon Chaney) is a fun bit.

I especially loved Velma and Daphne's little dialogue.

As Velma gives out the plot to Chumley's spooky classic movie "that won a whole bunch of Oscars", Daphne persists in telling Velma to stop it.

"If the movie was silent, why don't you be silent?" Daphne said.

It was a prime moment for Daphne to backhand Velma one good time.

And also like Shaggy's reference to the Iron Maiden too, for some odd reason.

Thankfully, Adams vocal work is an advantage for him, unlike Conway's cartoon foyeur.

This IMDb listing isn't complete. There is no listing for either of the 3 Stooges adventures, nor is the Laurel & Hardy adventure listed.

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