Scooby Goes Hollywood
Studio: Hanna-Barbera Release Date : December 23, 1979
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Synopsis

After years of being a star on Saturday mornings, Scooby-Doo tries to make a splash in prime-time.

Characters

Scooby Doo
(Voice: Don Messick)
Norville "Shaggy" Rogers
(Voice: Casey Kasem)
Velma Dinkley
(Voice: Pat Stevens)
Fred Jones, Jr.
(Voice: Frank Welker)
Daphne Blake
(Voice: Heather North)


Contains Clips From:

What a Night for a Knight (The sequences of Scooby chasing the frog and running around in the dinosaur exibit are reused.)
A Clue for Scooby-Doo (The scene of Scooby's diving suit being inflated and punctured to stop the villain is reused.)
Haunted House Hang-Up (The opening scene of the Headless Specter strolling through the mansion is reused.)
A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts (The scene of Dracula warning the gang not to enter the castle is reused.)
Which Witch is Which? (The scene of the zombie chasing Shaggy and Scooby around the abandoned boat is reused.)
What the Hex Going On? (The scene of Scooby in the kitchen and then getting scared off by the watchdog is reused.)
Spooky Space Kook (The scene of Scooby and Shaggy eating peanuts together is reused.)
Mine Your Own Business (The scene of the miner being spotted hiding during a lightning storm is reused.)
That's Snow Ghost (The chase scene with Scooby and Velma on the logs running from dynamite is reused.)
Foul Play in Funland (The scene of Scooby drinking a milkshake in Funland is reused.)
Don't Fool with a Phantom (The scene of Scooby waving goodbye to the wax sculptor's house is reused.)

Milestones

  • The first ever Scooby-Doo TV special.

Trivia

  • Scooby-Doo's TV pilots are parodies of many then popular TV shows such as Happy Days, The Love Boat, Laverne and Shirley, Donny & Marie and Charlie's Angels.
  • During the sequence where Scooby envisions himself as a movie star the films Superman (1978) and The Sound of Music are parodied.
  • One of the songs, "Scooby-Doo, We're Missing You" is a rework of Hoyt Curtin's main theme from The New Scooby-Doo Movies. In addition, during that song clips from several episodes of Scooby-Doo Where Are You are used.
  • The end credits theme to the special is the closing theme from the Scooby-Doo and Scrabby-Doo series.

DVD

United States

Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood

Technical Specifications

Running Time: 49:28
Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 4 : 3 (Television)
Color Type: Color
Sound Type: Mono
Print Type: 35mm
Negative Type: 35mm
Cinematographic Format: Spherical
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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Credits

Note: "Unverified" credits may not be correct and should be taken with a grain of salt.

Director

Ray Patterson

Animator

Frank Andrina
Colin Baker
Tom Barnes
Bob Bemiller
Oliver E. "Lefty" Callahan
Lars Calonius
Rudy Cataldi
Steve Clark
Richard Coleman
Jesse Cosio
Elaine Despins
Chuck Downs
Joan Drake
Marcia Fertig
Gail Finkeldei
Hugh Fraser
Alvaro Gaivoto
Charles Gammage
Miguel Garcia
Terry Harrison
Bob Hathcock
Fred Hellmich
Volus Jones
Mario Julio
Rick Leon
Hicks Lokey
Michael Longden
Kenneth "Ken" Muse
Costi Mustatea
Eduardo "Lalo" Olivares
Margaret Parkes
Harry Rasmussen
Morey Reden
Mitch Rochon
Mark Simon
Ken Southworth
Robert "Bob" Taylor
Barry Temple
David "Dave" Tendlar
Richard "Dick" Thompson
John Walker

Story

Dick Robbins
Duane Poole

Voices

Frank Welker
Pat Stevens
Rip Taylor
Joan Gerber
Michael Bell
Pat Fraley
Marilyn Schreffler

Layout

Greg Bombeck
Tom Coppola
Owen Fitzgerald
Gary Hoffman
Jack Huber
Homer Jonas
Mark Kirkland
Floyd Norman
John Tucker

Character Design

Don Morgan

Producer

Don Jurwich

Production Manager

Jayne Barbera

Executive Producer

William "Bill" Hanna
Joseph "Joe" Barbera

Story Director

Don Shepard
Cullen Blaine Houghtaling
Emilie Kong
Larry Latham

Sequence Director

Oliver E. "Lefty" Callahan
Chuck Downs
Joan Drake
Fred Hellmich

Asst. Animation Supervisor

Bob Goe
Rick Leon

Animation Supervisor

Wlliam "Bill" Keil
Jay Sarbry

Musical Direction

Hoyt S. Curtin

Sound Director

Richard Olson
Bill Getty

Music Supervision

Paul DeKorte

Layout Supervisor

Don Morgan

Xerography

Star Wirth

Recording Director

Don Jurwich

Background Supervisor

Al Gmuer

Supervising Film Editor

Larry Cowan




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Sources

William "Bill" Hanna: Executive Producer
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Joseph "Joe" Barbera: Executive Producer
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Don Jurwich: Producer
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Ray Patterson: Director
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Dick Robbins: Story
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Duane Poole: Story
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Don Shepard: Story Director
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Cullen Blaine Houghtaling: Story Director
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Emilie Kong: Story Director
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Larry Latham: Story Director
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Don Jurwich: Recording Director
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Hoyt S. Curtin: Musical Direction
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Paul DeKorte: Music Supervision
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Don Morgan: Character Design
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Don Morgan: Layout Supervisor
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Greg Bombeck: Layout
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Tom Coppola: Layout
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Owen Fitzgerald: Layout
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Gary Hoffman: Layout
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Jack Huber: Layout
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Homer Jonas: Layout
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Mark Kirkland: Layout
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Floyd Norman: Layout
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John Tucker: Layout
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Wlliam "Bill" Keil: Animation Supervisor
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Jay Sarbry: Animation Supervisor
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Bob Goe: Asst. Animation Supervisor
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Rick Leon: Asst. Animation Supervisor
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Al Gmuer: Background Supervisor
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Larry Cowan: Supervising Film Editor
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Richard Olson: Sound Director
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Bill Getty: Sound Director
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Jayne Barbera: Production Manager
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Frank Andrina: Animator
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Colin Baker: Animator
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Tom Barnes: Animator
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Bob Bemiller: Animator
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Oliver E. "Lefty" Callahan: Animator
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Lars Calonius: Animator
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Rudy Cataldi: Animator
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Steve Clark: Animator
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Richard Coleman: Animator
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Jesse Cosio: Animator
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Elaine Despins: Animator
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Chuck Downs: Animator
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Joan Drake: Animator
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Marcia Fertig: Animator
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Gail Finkeldei: Animator
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Hugh Fraser: Animator
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Alvaro Gaivoto: Animator
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Charles Gammage: Animator
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Miguel Garcia: Animator
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Terry Harrison: Animator
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Bob Hathcock: Animator
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Fred Hellmich: Animator
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Volus Jones: Animator
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Mario Julio: Animator
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Rick Leon: Animator
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Hicks Lokey: Animator
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Michael Longden: Animator
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Kenneth "Ken" Muse: Animator
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Costi Mustatea: Animator
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Eduardo "Lalo" Olivares: Animator
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Margaret Parkes: Animator
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Harry Rasmussen: Animator
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Morey Reden: Animator
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Mitch Rochon: Animator
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Mark Simon: Animator
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Ken Southworth: Animator
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Robert "Bob" Taylor: Animator
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Barry Temple: Animator
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David "Dave" Tendlar: Animator
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Richard "Dick" Thompson: Animator
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John Walker: Animator
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Oliver E. "Lefty" Callahan: Sequence Director
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Chuck Downs: Sequence Director
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Joan Drake: Sequence Director
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Fred Hellmich: Sequence Director
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Frank Welker: Voices
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Pat Stevens: Voices
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Rip Taylor: Voices
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Joan Gerber: Voices
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Michael Bell: Voices
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Pat Fraley: Voices
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Marilyn Schreffler: Voices
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Star Wirth: Xerography
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