To the first new episodes of Scooby Doo since 1973 are added half-hour exploits of animated derring-do concerning The Blue Falcon, a blue-caped and -cowled superhero and his robotic doberman, Dynomutt Dog Wonder, not unlike the heroic ilk of Batman and Robin but with a more comical twist. Millionaire socialite art dealer Radley Crowne (a Bruce Wayne incarnate) and his mechanical mongrel, Dynomutt, enjoy leisure time in their base of operations, Big City, until alerted by The Falcon Flash. They immediately dash for The Falcon Lair (situated in Crowne's penthouse apartment), where they switch to their secret identities, The Blue Falcon and Dog Wonder, respectively, receive the report via TV screen from the secret GHQ of secret agent Focus One, and jump into The Falconcar and speed into the fray against assorted evildoers.
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Did You Know?
Sixteen episodes were produced as segments of The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour in 1976, eight episodes were produced as segments of Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics in 1977 and sixteen episodes were produced in 1978, with nine of them running by themselves under the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! name and the final seven as segments of Scooby's All-Stars. See more
During the opening credits, after Merlin appears, you see
Shaggy for a brief 1-2 seconds with no arms See more
[original theme song
Got it all together, and do you know what? / Scooby Doo is hangin' 'round with Dynomutt! / While Scooby Doo is tangling with a spooky ghost, / Dynomutt is catching crooks or folding clothes! / They make a super pair, with a super show to share: / Scooby Doo and Dynomutt, Dog Wonder!
The Scooby-Doo Show Theme
(Main Title - Dutch Version)
Performed by Jody Pijper See more