Scooby Doo, like many other Hanna-Barbera shows at the time, was simply lazy and poorly animated; you just can't get past it. The characters were wooden and one-dimensional (or, in Daphne and Fred's case, no-dimensional). Did Daphne ever say or do anything but find trap doors? Velma was pretty much the only one to solve the mysteries, if you think about it. The animation was poor because of the lack of expression, wooden movements (In one episode, Shaggy tried to open a door. [unbent]Hand slightly covers knob. He barely jiggles it before he decides it's locked.), and lack of consistency. However, I won't nitpick. I'm not saying this show doesn't deserve its fame or merit. After all, a bad cartoon in the 70's was a lot different than a bad cartoon now. The theme song, though short, is very catchy, iTunes worthy if it was extended a minute or so. Plus, the campiness and nostalgia definitely raises its worth up by a few points. Besides, it's a talking dog. Everyone loves those.
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