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Mr Magic
The intros could be pretty catchy.



The liveliest of the Scooby Doo shows.




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massreality
Wow! I totally forgot about A Pup Names Scooby Doo and the New Scooby Doo Mysteries. I used to watch those all the time.
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jkatz
My favorite Scooby Doo is the one with all the celebrities. Don Knotts, Batman & Robin, etc.
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Mr Magic
The original intro is always great.



So is the Movies intro



And I have to include this one too.

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Vaporman87
You dare include one showcasing He Who Shall Not Be Named!
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Mr Magic
Yep. I'm not ashamed to like that intro.

I'm not sure why The Scooby-Doo Show was made. Isn't it a remake of "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?"

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Vaporman87
I picked this up at Wal-Mart today while getting vitamins...



Scooby and the gang AND KISS??? What's not to love? Plus 6 classic KISS songs!
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massreality
I ain't gonna lie, I watched the trailer and it looked good. Then I remembered how atrocious the WWE movie was and I just couldn't pull the trigger on getting it. You'll have to let me know how it is Vap.

Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes also have roles in the film.

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Vaporman87
Yeah, the WWE film was pretty bad. I'm guessing they had too much control/input in the story and that ruined it. Hoping this one fairs better. Either way, the kids will like it. Plus... 6 classic KISS songs!
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mickyarber
I have a bunch of scans of the classic backgrounds from the original show.  It's just the painted backgrounds with the characters and foreground stuff removed.  Fantastic art.  



I love the artwork from that show.  May be the best of any cartoon.
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