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Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo 

The adventures of the mystery solving dog and his nephew.
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Series cast summary:
Casey Kasem ...  Shaggy / ... 29 episodes, 1979-1983
Don Messick ...  Scooby-Doo / ... 28 episodes, 1979-1983
Heather North ...  Daphne / ... 25 episodes, 1979-1983
Frank Welker ...  Fred / ... 25 episodes, 1979-1983
Lennie Weinrib ...  Scrappy-Doo 19 episodes, 1979-1982
Patricia Stevens ...  Velma 11 episodes, 1979


Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo travel from town to town in their van, The Mystery Machine, solving cases of hauntings, monsters and unexplained occurrences. Joining the gang is Scooby's pint-sized nephew, Scrappy-Doo. Unlike his uncle, the little pup is constantly looking for a fight, and it is all Scooby and Shaggy can do to keep him from hurtling head-on into every ghost and monster they encounter. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Mel Blanc was the first choice for the voice of Scrappy-Doo, but his salary demands proved excessive. Frank Welker and Don Messick also auditioned for the role, with Messick eventually taking over from Lennie Weinrib from 1980 onwards. See more »


[repeated line]
Scrappy-Doo: PUPPY POWER!
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Alternate Versions

When originally aired and on early home media releases, episodes from the second season onward plastered a shot of Scooby and Shaggy running and then stopping to cower (taken from Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo: The Ghoul, the Bat, and the Ugly) over the original shot of Scrappy carrying Scooby into the waiting room where the whole gang were waiting (Lennie Weinrib's voice however was not re-dubbed - meaning his distinctively different Scrappy voice continued to be heard for several more seasons). Subsequent re-runs and home media releases oddly use the first season opening titles, creating an inconsistency as Fred, Velma and Daphne were no longer appearing. See more »


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Puppy Power!
1 July 2003 | by TheTVConnoisseurSee all my reviews

This is the show that finally killed the Scooby-Doo series. I'll be honest and say that I enjoyed the first season of the show. For one thing the addition of Scrappy was something new and fresh to the series and it was funny when Scrappy would say "da, da, da, daa, PUPPY POWER!" and run of to fight the villain. Forcing Scooby to go save him. The show was doing good with the gang still solving mysteries and all. The show had some major flaws in it's first season with the hidden jokes out the window and the villains being the worst in the series. Still I guess the familiarity with the characters made the show watchable and a bit enjoyable.

Then the unthinkable happened! The gang suddenly disappeared, there were no more solving mysteries and it was just Scooby, Shaggy, and Scrappy (The Three "S") just wandering around. That's when everything went downhill. The show became extremely lame and unwatchable, above all Scrappy became the certain of attention. Thus making him the most annoying character ever to be conceived.

He worked in the first season because like Scooby-Dum in The Scooby-Doo show he wasn't the focus but once Scrappy became the focus the series came to a sudden end.

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Release Date:

22 September 1979 (USA) See more »

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Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo See more »

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(16 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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