Special Sub-Topic: "Scooby Doo" General
|What is the name of the van that the gang drives around in?|
The Mystery Machine. The Mystery Machine has been the gang's transport from the beginning of the "Scooby Doo" era, and was originally based on a 1968 Chevrolet Sport Van 108.
|What breed of dog is "Scooby Doo"?|
Great Dane. "Scooby" is an almost perfect Great Dane. He is large and clumsy however he has overly bowed legs, a weak chin and a curved back; all features which deviate from prize-winning Great Danes.
|Who was the original creator of "Scooby Doo"?|
Iwao Takamoto. Iwao Takamoto designed and created "Scooby Doo" by himself, and the cool canine was then brought to life on screen soon after.
|What is the character Shaggy's real name?|
Norville Rogers. Norville was a pretty unusual name to have. I think it's safe to say that we all know the reason for renaming himself Shaggy.
|What was the name of the first ever episode of "Scooby Doo"?|
What A Night For A Knight. "What A Night For A Knight" was the pilot episode of "Scooby Doo", and featured the first ever villain that the gang would meet: "The Black Knight".
|On what date did the first ever episode air?|
13th September, 1969. The first episode, ("What A Night For A Knight") aired on September 13th, 1969 on a Saturday morning, and was the first of another sixteen in the first season of "Scooby Doo! Where Are You!"
|How many episodes of "What's New, Scooby Doo?" were released |
Forty-two. Forty-two episodes of "What's New Scooby Doo?" were released from 2002-2006, and have all been released on DVD.
|What was the name of Scooby's lovable and brave nephew?|
Scrappy. "Scrappy" was added onto the show in 1979 to boost the falling ratings of "Scooby Doo". He became quite a star on the show, often getting "Scooby" and "Shaggy" into trouble.
|Who was the voice of "Scooby Doo" from 1969-1996?|
Don Messick. Don Messick voiced "Scooby" from 1969 up until his retirement in 1996. Sadly, he died in 1997.
|To whom does the phrase "Jeepers!" belong?|
Daphne. "Jeepers!" has been the favorite phrase of Daphne since "Scooby Doo" began.
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