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The top 10 far-out Scooby Doo animated movies

Top 10 Aliya Whiteley 20 Aug 2013 - 06:55

Zoinks! Aliya provides a rundown of 10 enjoyable Scooby-Doo animated movies. Scrappy isn't invited...

For a Great Dane, Scooby-Doo has had an impressive innings. He’s now 44 years old, and has been through a number of mediums: TV series, videogames, stage plays, and many movies. In all that time the Us version of Scooby has been voiced by only five actors (the original actor, Don Messick, played him from 1969 to 1994), and there remains something so familiar and reassuring about Scooby, even as the storylines and the entanglements of the Scooby gang change around him. Nowadays in Mystery Incorporated Velma may be on/off dating Shaggy, and Fred and Daphne may be having problems with their relationship, but Scooby remains as cowardly and hungry as ever.

The big screen movie escapade of Scooby-Doo (2002) involved Sarah Michelle Gellar as a black-belted Daphne and Rowan Atkinson as the main (okay,
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Sketchy Episode 67 – ‘Scooby-Doo’

Scooby-Doo, where are you? Sketchy podcast, that’s where. Newcomb and Ryan cover a listener request this week with 1998′s Direct-to-video “Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island.” They also touch on the various incarnations of the franchise, from the original series to the Tim Conway episodes to the live-action films. Enjoy!

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Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: Shaggy Gets a New But Familiar Voice

Scooby-Doo and the gang are returning for yet another new series, Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated. This time around, Scooby's friend Shaggy will have a different but not unfamiliar voice -- Matthew Lilliard.

As you probably know, veteran DJ and voice artist Casey Kasem originated the role of Shaggy in the first series, Scooby-Doo Where Are You!, back in 1969. Kasem played the role in all of the show's various incarnations and appearances for almost three decades.

At some point, Kasem became a vegetarian and asked that ever-hungry Shaggy become one as well. The studio didn't want to do it so, when Kasem was reportedly asked to perform the role for a Burger King commercial in the 1990s, he refused.

Billy West (Futurama) took over and played Shaggy in the direct-to-video movie Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island. Scott Innes took over the
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