Post by Old School Scooby Fan on Jan 9, 2018 14:56:37 GMT -5
I am interested to find out an episode title, which appears to be from the "What's New" era.
The scene has Daphne sitting in a vehicle, with her bare feet on the dashboard, and wearing her usual dress, but with no green scarf, which implies this is from the "What's New" era. Does anybody know what episode title it is, and what series it is from?
Post by Old School Scooby Fan on Dec 19, 2017 17:24:14 GMT -5
Grey Griffin is my close second ranked voice of Daphne, despite sounding nasally. But Heather is what made it the Daphne we all know and love. Now, only Fred and Velma's original voices are remaining among the most recent "Where Are You" cast.
Post by Old School Scooby Fan on Dec 19, 2017 16:52:00 GMT -5
I wouldn't mind seeing a team-up with Richie Rich someday, considering the success of The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show in the early-80s. That would mean Daphne, Fred and Velma would finally get to interact with Richie in person.
Post by Old School Scooby Fan on Dec 10, 2017 12:11:15 GMT -5
Well, for the underwater levels, it will be like they don't expect to go underwater, but they are left no choice. Like in "A Tiki Scare is No Fair" from SDWAY. While they are swimming underwater, they will be fully-clothed, but they will be given the option to remove their shoes and swim barefoot, or keep their shoes on. But there are incentives for swimming barefoot, such as extra tokens inside a chest which is opened after the underwater level is completed, and there is a 1 in 4 chance of acquiring the maximum number of tokens. if you reveal the greatest number of tokens in the chest, you are barefoot for the remainder of the journey. But that's a small price to pay in the game.
Post by Old School Scooby Fan on Dec 10, 2017 6:58:57 GMT -5
Actually, I am thinking about designing a game that centers around Daphne and Velma, but no Scooby-Doo or the boys.
Levels I intend to use in my game:
1. Forest (where a person disguised as a bear must be defeated) 2. Cave (where a person disguised as a bear has to be defeated) 3. Forest (where a person disguised as a bear has to be hunted down) 4. Underwater (where a person driving a fish-shaped sub must be defeated) 5. Amusement park 6. Forest (where a banshee in disguise has to be defeated) 7. Underwater (where a bad person disguised as a mermaid must be defeated) 8. Haunted mansion (where ringleader is hiding)
Clues are searched in all of those areas. In order to hunt down the ringleader, a certain number of colored tokens must be collected.
While underwater, the girls will swim fully-clothed.
Post by Old School Scooby Fan on Dec 2, 2017 8:09:05 GMT -5
I also learned on Facebook in the last several weeks that the rights to the Richie Rich TV and/or movie properties are held by DreamWorks. There was also a live-action Richie Rich sitcom released to Netflix around 2015, but it was short-lived (makes sense, since there are lack of original characters, such as Gloria, Reggie, Irona, etc.).
Maybe the reason why there has been no Volume II release of The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show is because it has to be cleared by DreamWorks before getting the green light for a DVD release. I wonder if an acquisition by DreamWorks in 2008 precluded future DVD releases, and maybe it might seem like it didn't sell well, but it may have been more like recall the DVD sets following an acquisition?
Post by Old School Scooby Fan on Nov 5, 2017 15:36:33 GMT -5
I am actually thinking, I propose the idea of having a special forum for TV shows that involve Scooby-Doo style mysteries, but are actually Scooby-Doo clones. Such examples include Clue Club, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels, The Funky Phantom, etc.
Post by Old School Scooby Fan on Nov 5, 2017 15:30:02 GMT -5
The one thing I like about "Ghoul School" is Tanis, played by dwarf actress Patty Maloney, whose most noted voice role in the Hanna-Barbera universe was Darla Hood from the animated spinoff of The Little Rascals. I have to admit, I had a crush on the animated Darla in the 80s, and I had regained interest in the Little Rascals cartoon in August 2014, nearly 30 years after the Rascals was cancelled on ABC.
I remember back in 1988, the local CBC affiliate in Newfoundland (where I live) did air the trilogy of late-80s Scooby-Doo movies. It was that fall when A Pup Named Scooby-Doo launched on ABC, if I recall.