The show and the story of Scooby Doo, along with its star, was so popular that it was revived in the second season. Scooby Doo: The Movie became an instant classic, which has been re-edited many times into a successful TV series. The television show and the movies are both high school comedy shows and play with the concepts of child psychology and mystery. In this article we will look at the origin of the Scooby Doo team, how it all started and what has happened to the original Scooby Doo team.
The TV show and the first movie were originally created for Cartoon Network, before being broadcast on NBC. It is set in a normal school environment, but the story is set in the year 1978 and it focuses on the "dog world" of the human characters as opposed to the "cat world" of the Scooby Doo characters. The TV show also went through several directors and a series of writers, from the original script to the first few episodes.
Katie Dunn was the writer for the TV show. She was on a book writing project that she finished in a short period of time. Katie Dunn is a producer and director who is known for producing shows such as The Office and Childrens Hospital. She wrote the first two episodes and directed the rest of the show. Katie Dunn and her writing partner Wayne Wang began to write the script for the series while living in Burbank, California, where they were doing the same thing they were doing on the TV show.
The cast of the movie was assembled by co-creator Tom Ruegger, who had created the film. For the movie the original Scooby Doo team of Shaggy, Velma Dinkley, Fred and Daphne were joined by actor Chris Grant, who portrayed a fifth member of the gang, named Shaggy's grandfather. Tom Ruegger also was able to get John DiMaggio, who playedFred's dad, to reprise his role from the TV show.
The team on the TV show was played by people like Tara Strong, Danny Aiello, Christopher Powers, Mary Glover, Joe Alaskey, Jessica Lucas, Johnny Knoxville, Jim Karpf, Brian Posehn, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Clancy Brown, Chris Masterson, Josh Charles, Christian Slater, and more. The movie has become a franchise, having expanded to include four movies and four television series. All these shows share the same premise, which is being able to find a missing pet called Scooby-Doo, and they all are based on the same main character.
The story begins when a dog called Scooby-Doo goes missing and is found dead, with a mysterious message that reads "Happy Birthday Scooby-Doo! May his birthday be everlasting!" This leads to a team of people trying to find out what the message is and find the "original" Scooby Doo. They join forces with the first "real" Scooby Doo team, including dog that is introduced as Shaggy, in order to do their best to find the lost dog and stop a mad scientist from creating a machine that will turn any person into a doggy bodyguard.
For those fans who want to find out what has happened to the original Scooby Doo team, there is a third series on DVD, which can be purchased by going to many online stores. The series consists of two separate discs. The first disc contains a new appearance of the team, with the same people and the same plot line, but with a different story. The second disc contains a new ending, as well as other scenes and characters from the series.
The Scooby Doo Movie Series also has inspired a series of computer games and even a TV show. The Scooby Doo games are available on many sites, like Steam, that sell video games. Other Scooby Doo Video Games have also been released, such asa Scooby Doo game with the theme of "The Mystery is Scooby" where you play as a mystery solver, and an independent Scooby Doo game where you can play as the detective.