The Scooby Doo Movies Are Insane

The Scooby Doo Movies Are Insane

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00:00 – old man rants about cartoon
07:10 – Scoob
10:56 – Scooby Doo: The Mystery Begins
11:54 – Daphne & Velma
14:42 – Scooby Doo and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery
16:05 – Saturday Morning Massacre
17:57 – Conclusion
19:40 – he returns

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The Strokes – At The Door:

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48 Responses

  1. ChipotleGod says:

    You are insane for thinking I would watch this

  2. Joel Haver says:

    You’re insane!!!

  3. yikes says:

    Arnold coming back was the craziest plot twist we could’ve ever expected

  4. Peachy Geek says:

    Some fun facts I learned while my toddler is going through a Scooby phase:
    – There’s actually 3 original Scooby openings: one that says “that’s a fact” that gets played in the opening, one that doesn’t, that’s played at the end in the first season, and another sung by a British band in the second.
    – Scooby Doo’s name came from some Frank Sinatra scat improv where he said “Scooby Dooby Doo”.
    – Scooby IS named after Scooby Snacks, not Vice versa.
    – On the subject of Scooby Snacks, they are NEVER stated to be dog treats in the original series.
    – “Meddling Kids” is only said 10 times in the original series, and Velma only loses her glasses six times.
    – The gang is only children in 8-10 shows/movies, and adults in the rest.
    – In the original series, Velma and Shaggy are dating in the first season, and not in the next, and Fred and Daphne are dating throughout.
    – William Hanna and Joseph Barbera (of Hanna-Barbera fame) have stated that they always believed the original flavor of Scooby Snacks is Butterscotch Carmel.

  5. Julia Gulia says:

    Idk why but when drew said “everyone watching this will have died and they’ll still be making scooby doo movies” made me have an existential crisis.

  6. scrummy bingus says:

    “We’re gonna die”
    “Think positive!”
    “We’re gonna die quickly!”

    from scooby doo 2 monsters unleashed is objectively the best line in any piece of scooby doo media.

    • Sweet Creature says:

      I always unironically liked that movie. It has some really funny bits in it.

    • Kristin Linnae says:

      “This is tied for the most terrifying day of my life”
      “Tied with what?”
      “Every other FREAKING DAY OF MY LIFE”

    • Vigilant Cosmic Penguin says:

      Yeah, that was definitely a pretty good movie. It wasn’t as good as the first one, but that was within the expectation for a sequel.

    • kittyallstars says:

      May I present a line from season 3, ep 4 of “What’s New, Scooby Doo?” when distracting the mangled, twisted wrestler monster…
      “Hey Twist, are you left handed? Or.. left handed?”

    • The Black Crayon says:

      Don’t forget
      “What if they eat my brains?’
      “It’ll be a light meal.”

  7. Matt says:

    The original live action film has LITERALLY the best casting out of every movie ever

    • Will N says:

      With the exception of Neil Fanning as Scooby it works. I mean when they had Scott Innes aka the then current voice of Scooby on hand as Scrappy why didn’t they let Scott do his dual role like he had done in animation since Witch’s Ghost?

    • Chr1stopherThrobbin says:

      I agree.

  8. cappew22 says:

    Was kinda hoping the Supernatural & Scooby Doo was featured in this vid, came out recently(ish) and was actually pretty fun. (s13e16) When it comes to Scooby Doo I feel like anything done in a more “modern” style of animation kinda looks like shit.

  9. Olivia Taylor says:

    Fun fact: In the mystery incorporated series, Scooby can talk because he’s descended from space aliens from a different dimension.

  10. D Byron says:

    I think every animated TV series of Scooby Doo is a fucking banger, but the movies have continued to baffle me

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