Scooby-Doo

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Quotes (52)

  • Red Sparks: Ah, meddling kids.

  • Mr. Dordy: There used to be an old, old house here that folks said it was haunted. Daphne: Haunted? Mr. Dordy: Yep, but we moved it away. Shaggy: Guess somebody forgot to tell the specter!

  • Alice Dovely: It would've been mine, if it weren't for you nosey kids.

  • Mayor: Too bad indeed, we would've gotten away with it, if it hadn't been for you meddling kids.

  • Beth: In the middle of the battle, the Revolutionaries fired a cannon, hitting one of the bravest Hessian soldiers, taking off his head. They never found it again. Shaggy: I wouldn't guess they'd look very hard. Beth: His headless body was buried in the cemetery just down the road from here. And the legend says that on dark foggy nights, the Headless Horseman rides out searching for a head, which is why he chased my great, great grandfather, Ichabod Crane. Velma: What happened to Ichabod? Beth: We don't know, nobody in Sleepy Hollow ever saw him again.

  • Velma: Who's that old gentleman? Beth: That's my great great grandfather, Ichabod Crane. Freddie: You mean the Ichabod Crane, who lived here in Sleepy Hollow until? Beth: Until one dark night, along his way to the cemetery, he found himself chased by...(Shaggy and the Scoobys bust in) Shaggy: A..a Headless Horseman! Beth: That's right, Shaggy, but how did you know? Scooby: How? (nays and pulls his head in) Shaggy: Right, he like practically ran over us, and the horse was, was all glowing, and the rider's head looked like...(Scooby puts a pumpkin on his head) Like that pumpkin!

  • Cousin Elwood: And it would've been a perfect crime, if you kids hadn't crossed me up.

  • Shaggy: There he is, old pumpkin puss!

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Notes (17)

  • The Gator Ghoul appears in Scooby Doo and the Cyber Chase.

  • The 10,000 Volt Ghost was in Scooby Doo 2, Monsters Unleashed.

  • This is the second of 4 episodes that Scooby Dum appears in.

  • This is a revamped version of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? which ran in 1969 for 25 episodes. This is just one of many spinoffs, spoofs and continuations for the franchise.

  • In the 1977-1978 season, The Scooby-Doo Show shared an hour with the popular All-Star Laff-a-Lympics show that placed all of the most popular Hanna-Barbara stars in three competing teams: the Yogi Yahooeys, The Scoobys, and the Really Rottens.

  • There are two versions of this episodes. One version is Mr. Dracle speaking with his normal voice. The other version is Mr. Dracle speaking with Dracula's voice.

  • The Pterodactyl ghost appears in Scooby Doo 2, Monsters Unleashed.

  • The Creepy Heap From The Deep is in the game Scooby Doo: Night Of 100 Frights.

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Trivia (66)

  • Villains: Red Sparks and Jim Rivets.

  • Villains: Professor Stonehack and his wife, Elena.

  • Villain: Alice Dovely

  • Goof: The first closeup of Shaggy's feet once he takes his shoes off shows him with nine toes as one is missing from his right foot.

  • After Shaggy lost his shoes, he went barefoot through the end of episode. However, Shaggy was seen on the fizz conveyor belt machine with shoes on but then goes back to being barefoot. He even found one of his shoes in one of the fizzes.

  • Villains: Voltner and the mayor.

  • Goof: When Beth is describing what happened to the Hessian soldier, she's supposed to say his body was buried, but instead she says it was burned.

  • Villain: Cousin Elwood.

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Allusions (1)

  • Happy Humor is an obvious parody of Good Humor, the ice cream company famous for the Popsicle frachise.