The Scooby-Doo Show

1976 • ABC
4.6
997 reviews
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Season 2 episodes (8)

1 The Curse Of Viking Lake
9/10/77
At Viking Lake, the kids investigate the appearance of terrifying Viking gods.
2 Vampires, Bats & Scaredy Cats
9/17/77
The gang visits a friend on an island reputed to be the home of vampires.
3 Hang In There, Scooby-Doo
9/24/77
Arriving in Big Canyon for a hang-gliding competition, the gang is frightened by the ghost of a pterodactyl!
4 The Chiller Diller Movie Thriller
10/1/77
As Scooby's cousin, Scooby-Dee, films her latest movie, a ghost disrupts the production!
5 The Spooky Case Of The Grand Prix Race
10/8/77
A phantom racer captures Shaggy and takes him to a hideaway beneath an old junkyard.
6 The Ozark Witch Switch
10/15/77
As the kids spend a stormy night in the Hatfields' cabin, a witch appears and transforms Pa Hatfield into a frog!
7 The Creepy Heap From The Deep
10/29/77
A spooky fog and a huge sea monster end the kids' party on a deserted beach!
8 Creepy Cruise
10/22/77
A professor interrupts the kids' cruise when his latest invention unleashes a monster from five thousand years in the future!

About this show

A globetrotting canine Sherlock Holmes with a heart of pure cowardice, Scooby-Doo shivers and cowers in corners, but with Freddy, Daphne, Shaggy and Velma he always solves the mystery--with laughs.
4.6
997 reviews
Jillian Angelica
February 25, 2019
The best cartoon ever created! It's not trite, it doesn't teach kids that misbehaving or being brats is funny, nor does it push clothing/fashion, or toys for kids to bug their parents for, the stories are funny, and scared me as a kid, and a couple of episodes even scared me as an adult. The stories all follow the same formula, but feature different locations, monsters,etc. the episodes make kids think/deduce. my favorite show as a kid, and my favorite cartoon/comfort show as an adult!
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James Arnold
May 29, 2014
Classic Scooby-Doo is an excellent show to help children learn skepticism. The show always starts with an apparently supernatural perpetrator, but in the end it's revealed that it's a human. All humanist and skeptic parents should use this show as both a very entertaining show to watch, as well as a lesson in skepticism.
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Tonya Contreras
April 5, 2014
I I like the way that shaggy in Scooby get scared for everything the little scary cats but hey its still funny I like to crawl up with a cup of tea and just watch an episode shaggy in Scooby convince the house is haunted why I like it so much do you agree with me Tanya Contreras's my mother
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