Scooby-Doo Where Are You? 2 Seasons 1976

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Season 1
(101) IMDb 7.3/10

1. High Rise Hair Raiser TV-NR CC

Scooby and his friends hunt a gang of safecrackers using a haunted construction site as a vantage point.

Runtime:
25 minutes
Original air date:
September 11, 1976

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Season 1
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    1. High Rise Hair Raiser Scooby and his friends hunt a gang of safecrackers using a haunted construction site as a vantage point.

    CC TV-NR 25min September 11, 1976
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    2. The Fiesta Host is an Aztec Ghost The gang searches for a missing treasure while on their Mexican vacation.

    CC 25min September 18, 1976
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    3. The Gruesome Game of the Gator Ghoul The gang visits Ma and Pa Skillet on a down-south showboat restaurant and run into the Gator Ghoul, an alligator-headed monster.

    CC TV-NR 25min September 25, 1976
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    4. Whatta Shocking Ghost Scooby and the gang investigate when an electric ghost sabotages the local power plant at a ski resort.

    CC TV-NR 25min October 2, 1976
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    5. The Headless Horseman of Halloween In Sleepy Hollow, the gang investigates the legendary Headless Horseman when he shows up at a Halloween costume party at Crane Manor.

    CC TV-NR 25min October 9, 1976
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    6. Scared a Lot in Camalot Jewel thieves hide out at a reconstructed English castle and use the ghosts of Merlin and the Black Knight as a cover.

    CC TV-NR 25min October 16, 1976
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    7. The Harum Scarum Sanitarium A trip to Niagra Falls lands the gang in the middle of an adventure involving a mysterious sanitarium and the ghost of a mad doctor.

    CC TV-NR 25min October 23, 1976
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    8. The No-Face Zombie Chase Case Scooby sees a faceless zombie steal the "Golden Galleon" from a coin shop, leading the gang to the Dilly Dally Dolly Company.

    CC TV-NR 25min October 30, 1976
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    9. Mamba Wamba and the Voodoo Hood At a plantation, the gang investigates the curse that seems to linger over a rock group.

    CC TV-NR 25min November 6, 1976
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    10. A Frightened Hound Meets Demons Underground The gang goes to Seattle to investigate demons in an underground city and embarks on a wild ride on underground streetcars.

    CC TV-NR 25min November 13, 1976
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    11. A Bum Steer for Scooby The gang encounters a flying bull and a gang of cattle rustlers while visiting Daphne's uncle at a ranch.

    CC TV-NR 25min November 20, 1976
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    12. There's a Demon Shark in Foggy Dark The gang goes on a water-skiing outing to the Aqua Land marine park and becomes involved in the mystery of the Shark Demon, a shark/human monster.

    CC 25min November 25, 1976
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    13. Scooby-Doo, Where's the Crew While on a cruise on Professor Poisson's boat, the "Sea Prowler," the gnag encounters a nautical ghost and an undersea treasure-trove.

    CC TV-NR 25min November 27, 1976
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    14. The Ghost that Sacked the Quarterback A star athlete vanishes off the field during a game, leading the gang on a journey into underground tunnels and trapdoors.

    CC TV-NR 25min December 4, 1976
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    15. The Ghost of the Bad Humor Man The Mystery Machine skids and runs into the Happy Humor Ice Cream factory, leading the gang into a mystery involving chocolate, vanilla and strawberry-flavored gorillas and some missing armored trucks.

    CC TV-NR 25min December 11, 1976
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    16. The Spirits of '76 On a trip to Washington D.C., the gang is accidentally locked into the Splitsonian Institute, where they track a set of mysterious footprints.

    CC TV-NR 25min December 18, 1976
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    17. The Curse of Viking Lake A museum curator and two geology students impersonate Viking ghosts to keep people away from a lake and steal the area's thermal energy.

    CC TV-NR 25min December 25, 1976
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    18. Vampires, Bats & Scaredy Cats The gang visits a friend on a forbidding island reputed to be the home of vampires.

    CC TV-NR 25min January 1, 1977
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    19. Hang In There, Scooby-Doo During a hang-gliding competition, the gang investigates ghostly dinosaurs and cave-men in a Western canyon.

    CC TV-NR 25min January 8, 1977
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    20. Creepy Heap From the Deep A huge sea monster disrupts the kids' beach party, but when they take refuge in an old house they run into a ghostly sea captain whose spirit has been stolen by the monster.

    CC TV-NR 25min January 15, 1977
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    21. The Chiller Diller Movie Thriller The filming of Scooby-Doo's new film is disrupted when a phantom appears on the set.

    CC TV-NR 25min January 22, 1977
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    22. The Spooky Case of the Grand Prix Race Shag and Scooby play decoy to uncover the truth behind a phantom racer and some disappearing racecars.

    CC TV-NR 25min January 29, 1977
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    23. The Ozark Witch Switch The gang spends a stormy night at Hatfield's cabin, only to see a witch transform their host into a frog. Searching for a solution, they encounter a zombie and a witch's cave.

    CC TV-NR 25min February 5, 1977
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    24. Creepy Cruise The gang wins a South Seas cruise and stumbles upon a mystery involving a time machine and a futuristic monster.

    CC TV-NR 25min February 12, 1977

Product Details

Genres Comedy, Kids & Family
Supporting actors Frank Welker, Don Messick, Heather North, Patricia Stevens, Janet Waldo, Regis Cordic, Daws Butler, Joan Gerber, Bob Holt, Ralph James, Julie McWhirter, Allan Melvin, Shirley Mitchell
Season year 1977
Network Hanna-Barbera
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Mista on November 1, 2010
This is not the Scooby Doo Where are you series. This is the Scooby Doo show, which is a blanket for the series that ran from 76-78 as apposed to the original that ran from 69-70. The Scooby Doo Show that is contained here includes The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour, Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics, and Scooby's All-Stars. Which are in a different format than the original show.THis will either piss you off as it did me or you won't mind it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S1212 on May 14, 2013
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This is my favorite of all of the Scooby Doo cartoon series. My 6 year old likes it very much too.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Topher on August 13, 2013
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How Can you not give Scooby Doo Classics 5 Starts! This is the best of the best for all things Scooby. My 3 year old twins and 6 year old love good, clean cartoons without all the crassness to todays cartoons.. AWESOME!
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. Brandenburg on July 3, 2009
I love this show, great episodes. The only thing that is wrong is this is not Scooby Doo where are you, this is The Scooby Doo Show. Scooby Doo Where Are You is from 1969 and the first episode is What A Night For A Knight.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Anthonio Mighel Bishop Pettit on March 29, 2012
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I remembered having seen an episode of Scooby-Doo when I was a child where the gang went to Seattle. Sure enough, "A Frightened Hound Meets Demons Underground"!

Somebody at Hanna-Barbera must have fallen in love with the concept of Seattle's Underground City, the ruins of the original city development which were mostly destroyed by fire and had this episode hastily green-lit. In 1965, Seattle citizen Bill Speidel began to offer tours of Underground Seattle, and the idea was probably still pretty romantic when this episode was produced. The perfect setting for a mystery! It's pretty clear that there was no other research involved however.

The episode was obviously drawn with no reference material whatsoever which is hilarious! The world was still cooling off from the World's Fair in 1962 making Seattle a household name, so it should have been pretty fresh in peoples' minds! However, the Space Needle was obviously sketched based on someone's general description and ended up sort looking sort of like the underside of an end table. The Underground City is depicted as a cavernous and intact frontier town with a functional cable car system rather than the series of musty passages which were cramped and uninspiring even in their heyday... Did they somehow think that Seattle was so obscure that no one would know the difference? Were photos or illustrations of Seattle really so hard to come by in the early 1970s?

The demon storyline is apropos of nothing Seattle for sure - Odd because the writers could have drawn from a pantheon of well-known Pacific Northwest spooky creatures like the first UFO sighting near Mount Rainier in the 1950s, giant octopodes in the Puget Sound or local hero Bigfoot!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Hodges on October 4, 2013
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Classic HB cartoons from the late 60s and early 70s. Saccharine-sweet in the gangs innocence, especially compared to modern Scooby cartoon. The benign monsters all have the same mysteriously similar male voice. Highly recommend.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 29, 2013
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My 7 year old grandson would watch Scooby all day if he could.To be honest, as an adult I too love Scooby as well. It is watched over and over. We have all the movies as well.
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By Babystuffscientist on April 19, 2014
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A true classic for kids. Its clean, intriguing sbd captures your little jam handed monsters' attention for the whole time.
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