Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

Season 1 Episode 17

That's Snow Ghost

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Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Jan 17, 1970 on CBS

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  • Trivia

    • Scooby puts on Velma's glasses to get a better look at the chains, but this makes no sense. From the dialogue whenever Velma loses her glasses ("My glasses! I can't see a thing without them!") at least implies that she is severly myopic (near-sighted). This may seem irrelivant, but perscriptions for people with myopia make things appear smaller! If he wanted to get a better look, he would have been screwed over using Velma's glasses!

    • Shaggy sends a balloon up with a Scooby Snack tied to it for Scooby in this episode. So, where'd the helium come from? And wouldn't a Scooby Snack weigh the balloon down?

    • This episode marks two times that Scooby has on Velma's glasses. In "Decoy For A Dognapper," a bat plucks them from Velma's face and drops them on Scooby. Here, Scooby takes Velma's glasses (she's chained to a log on which she and Scooby are making a getaway) to get a closer look at the dynamite pursuing them.

    • When Scoob tried to throw the water on the snow ghost; if it would have froze that quickly it would have frozen in the bucket, not when Scooby tried to throw it at the snow ghost.

    • When the log with the dynamite fell in the water the lit dynamite should have been put out.

  • Quotes

    • Mr. Greenway: Welcome to Wolf's End Lodge. (laughs) We have all the comforts of home!
      Shaggy: Yeah? Whose home? Dracula's?

  • Notes

    • Culprits: Mr. Greenway and Mr. Leech
      Reason: He and his partner used Fu-lan Chi's story of the Snow Ghost as a cover for their jewel smuggling operation.

    • Adapted into the comic book story of the same name (Gold Key issue #5, March 1971). Also made into a Viewmaster disc.

    • The final episode of Stefanianna Christopherson doing the voice of Daphne.

    • The Snow Ghost is similar to the Ice Demon in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo's episode, "Snow Place Like Home".

  • Allusions

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