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- Щенок по кличке скуби ду ( A PUP NAMED SCOOBY - DOO). Всё о фильме: фотографии, обои, комментарии пользователей, сеансы, новости, рейтинг.
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- Когда Шэгги, Дафна, Велма и Фред еще ходили пешком под стол, а Скуби-Ду был размером с банку варенья, друзья уже проводили.
Get Known if you don't have an account. "There's a mystery in town, so call the coolest pup around, oh. Scoo-oby, a pup named Scooby-Doo (Scooby-dooby doo, scooby-doo!)". A Pup Named Scooby-Doo is a cartoon show featuring younger versions of the Scooby-Doo cast (but is not set in the same continuity).
It featured the "Scooby-Doo Detective Agency" as pre-teens who, like their older counterparts, solved supernatural themed mysteries in which the Monster of the Week turned out to be some crook in a mask. The show lasted from September 1988 to August 1991 for a total of 30 episodes.
The show is a lot wackier and zanier than the original show. It hung plenty of lampshades on tropes used by the previous incarnations of the series. The show also made significant changes in the primary cast from the original source, justified in that they were younger and less mature versions of the original characters. If that description sounds familiar, by the way, there's a reason for that: the team at Hanna-Barbera that created APNSD is also responsible for Tiny Toon Adventures and Animaniacs. They left for Warner Bros.
after the first season was finished. More recently, the concept of revisiting the cast in their earlier years appeared in the movie Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins (meant to be a prequel to the original Scooby-Doo live action movie series) and the video game Scooby-Doo: First Frights. The movie set them as meeting in high school while the video game had them meet in elementary school. Notable as the last series in which Don Messick played Scooby-Doo. The show uses several of the same tropes as the original series as well as many of its own. See the Shout-Out page here. Adaptation Expansion.
This show is the first to give us Doo Manor and that it is to be Scooby's upon adulthood. In the franchise's Archie comic, this is expanded up Doo Manor, being Spooky Doo's and is left to Scooby on a part of him knowing his nephew to be a coward. This also explains why during Scooby's puppyhood Dada Doo and Uncle Horton would both be living at their brother's home, until the rightful heir came of age.
Agent Scully. At the end of "Ghost Who's Coming to Dinner", Daphne still doesn't believe in ghosts even after spending nearly the whole episode interacting with one. Animation Bump.
Common when Glen Kennedy was animating; the characters suddenly moved in a more fluid, bouncy manner, and were more prone to bizarre movements and bouncy wild takes. Arkham's Razor. Used almost every episode during The Summation. every suspect is listed. and the one character who isn't listed for whatever reason (too unlikely, had an alibi, or the writers simply didn't feel like including him) is invariably the culprit. Batman Gambit.
This is how the gang catches the monster in "The Schnook Who Took My Comic Book". The gang pretends to have found another limited edition Commander Cool comic book (the monster had previously stolen the other one). This prompts the monster to show up to take the (actually fake) comic book and allows the gang to catch him.
It's a Batman Gambit because this plan would not have worked if the monster's secret identity, the comic book's creator. hadn't been so greedy as to try to make his limited edition the only one in the world. Battle Butler. Dawson, the stand-in for Daphne's usual butler Jenkins, chases off a pack of angry stray dogs by acting even bigger and meaner. Bigger on the Inside. Scooby's dog house.
It looks like an ordinary doghouse from the outside, but inside it's a luxurious mansion, enough to make even Daphne a little jealous. The Cameo. Yogi Bear and Ranger Smith appear in "The Story Stick". Yogi notably is portrayed as much more of a vicious wild animal than his regular self, scaring the villain off in one scene, and would be almost unrecognizable were it for the fact that he still has his trademark hat and tie on. Catch Phrase. Many of the same from the original series and many others.
"Velma said, 'Jinkies. ' It must be a clue.
After Shaggy makes a pun :. Shaggy: "Get it, Scoob?". Scooby: (after much laughing) "I don't get it. " note This had actually been done before in at least one version of the main franchise.
"I would've gotten away with it too, if it wasn't for you pesky kids. Oh, and that puppy.
That one is more of an example of a group Phrase Catcher than a Catch Phrase. One time the gang said it for the culprit, she said, "How did you know I was gonna say that?". "Would you do it for a Scooby Snack?". Averted in "The Computer Walks Among Us". Scooby enters a dark closet when Velma kisses him.
"That will do, Jenkins. "Yes, Miss Blake.
"It could only be. Red Herring!" note "I didn't do it! Hmph, what a weenie!". "Let's split up, gang!" (always said by Fred when splitting up is completely inappropriate).
"There's no such things as ghosts!" Ironically, Daphne doesn't even believe the slightest possibility of monsters existing (even when they met an actual ghost), while in most series she believes, along with Scooby and Shaggy, the monster might be real (or at least more open-minded). Even her parents don't believe in ghosts.
Celebrity Impersonator / Elvis Impersonator. One episode had an Elvis Presley Expy named Purvis Parker. and the gang met one of his impersonators. Character Exaggeration. Done to Fred, Daphne, and Velma. Shaggy and Scooby are about the same as ever.
That may be because it's close to impossible to exaggerate them. They've always had bottomless stomachs, they've always been complete cowards, and they've always done anything for a Scooby Snack or twenty. Sometimes a whole box.
Scooby simply adores Velma in this show. She gets as many "wet puppy kisses" from Scooby as Shaggy does. Clear My Name. The gang helped Velma do this in one episode when she was facing suspension after being framed for using a robot (which she did create) to break in to the school lockers. Conflict Ball. In "Night of the Living Burger", Shaggy and Scooby have fallen out and spend the whole episode bickering, and we never find out what they were arguing about in the first place.
Conspiracy Theorist. Freddie frequently comes up with bizarre theories about aliens (or the mole people, or Red Herring) trying to conquer the earth in the most harebrained way imaginable.
Cosmetically Advanced Prequel. Averted for the most part. The setting is the early 1960's (which makes sense, as the original took place in the later 60's), and the music is rooted in Doo Wop and Motown. Though Velma has a computer, it's an impossibly bulky UNIVAC-style model. Crazy-Prepared. Velma. She has a Bag of Holding.
Diabolical Dogcatcher. There's an evil dog catcher who sometimes goes after Scooby.
What kind of a dog catcher goes after dogs that aren't strays. The Ditz.
Again, Freddy. Does This Remind You of Anything. Daphne's parents "count money" on Tuesday nights, which lasts until the next day. Also, Scooby's reaction to eating a Scooby Snack.
He moans with pleasure, then shoots into the sky as fireworks go off, and finally drifts back to earth with a happy smile on his face. Oh, and Shaggy usually holds him afterwards. This seems to be a Shout-Out to Snuffles the Tracking Dog from Quick Draw Mcgraw. who would often react that same way to getting a biscuit. Muttley has also done this.