When Scooby tries to make it big in Hollywood with little success, the rest of the gang try to convince him to return to his normal Saturday morning cartoon.

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Ray Patterson
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Michael Bell ... Jesse Rotten / V.P. Jackie Carlson (voice) (as Mike Bell)
Edie Lehmann Boddicker ... Singer (voice) (as Edie Lehmann)
Paul DeKorte Paul DeKorte ... Singer (voice)
Ginny McSwain Ginny McSwain ... Kerry / Girl Fan / Executive Secretary (voice)
Pat Fraley ... Brother / Guard / Announcer (voice) (as Patrick Fraley)
Don Messick ... Scooby-Doo (voice)
Joan Gerber Joan Gerber ... Lavonne / Second Woman / Waitress (voice)
Michael Redman Michael Redman ... Singer (voice) (as Mike Redman)
Debbie Hall Debbie Hall ... Singer (voice)
Marilyn Schreffler ... Cherie / Sis / Receptionist (voice)
Stan Jones ... Director / First V.P. / Terrier (voice)
Patricia Stevens ... Velma (voice) (as Pat Stevens)
Casey Kasem ... Shaggy (voice)
Rip Taylor ... C.J. (voice)
Heather North ... Daphne (voice) (as Heather North Kenney)
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When Scooby tries to make it big in Hollywood with little success, the rest of the gang try to convince him to return to his normal Saturday morning cartoon.

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Trivia

This special sees the return of Patricia Stevens as Velma, who was no longer voicing her on Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (1979) at the time this special aired (she had been replaced from episodes airing from December 8 1979 onward by Marla Frumkin). See more »

Quotes

Jesse Rotten: So, Sheriff Scooby, you say you're not afraid of me, eh?
Norville 'Shaggy' Rogers: Well, not exactly. It was more like "Ri'm rot araid of rou."
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Soundtracks

Move Over
Written by William Hanna, Joseph Barbera and Hoyt Curtin
Performed by Casey Kasem
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there is no mystery in this one
7 March 2006 | by kristin_electraSee all my reviews

Maybe it was OK in the 70s if there was nothing else on (ut it was the only DVD we saw for Scooby that was bad) The rest of them are great rentals, but this one was a horrific flashback of the duller years for me and a regular bore for the kids.

The entire show is about Scooby trying to play other roles, like on Happy Days, and every one he does ends up with him crashing into something. It is also a wanna be musical, with no real plot and certainly no mystery.

I can't believe they bothered to put this on DVD! If you want to rent a great Scooby movie, get anything else first!!!! Even Harlem globe trotters is Academy material compared to this one.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 December 1979 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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