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Scooby Doo


Scooby Doo and the Gang first appeared in the 1970's. Scooby Doo is a dog and he travels with 4 teenagers solving mysteries. Always hungry and nervous this Great Dane has endeared himself to many. Also forever hungry  and easily scared was Shaggy, a teenager who could be considered Scooby's owner. But Scooby never acted like a dog he had more human qualities including the ability to talk. Shaggy, tall and lanky was very hippy like in appearance and mannerisms. Fred another of the teenage detectives, was considered the muscle man. Well styled and well groomed he was the handsomer of the two men. They were accompanied by Velma and Daphne. Daphne was considered the pretty one, always well groomed and dressed to impress. Velma was the brains of the group. She dressed plainly and was always the one with knowledge to get the mystery solving started. Fred would then pitch in a bit and together all four would solve a mystery. The mysteries

Scooby Doo was the title star of a long-running Saturday-morning cartoon of the 1970s and '80s. A comically nervous Great Dane, Scooby spent each episode hunting ghosts with four human teenagers, including the always-hungry hippie boy Shaggy, the brainy Velma, the buff Fred and the beautiful Daphne. (The group drove around in a van called the Mystery Machine.) In the 1990s Scooby Doo returned as a nostalgic pop icon for Generation X. A Scooby-Doo feature film was released in 2002, with a computer-generated Scooby cavorting with a live-action cast including