Created by Hanna-Barbera INCH HIGH, "the world's biggest little detective," was the hero of Inch High, Private Eye, a goofy 1972 Hanna Barbera Saturday morning cartoon for kids. Resplendent in a bright green trencgcoat and matching fedora, his real power came from his ability to shrink down to the height of one inch, thanks to … Continue reading Inch High (Inch High, Private Eye)
My Scrapbook The Scooby-Doo Doo Good Forever Stamp From the official press release from the United States Postal Service, June 14, 2018: WASHINGTON — “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!” For nearly 50 years, this call has summoned the beloved animated Great Dane wherever help is needed. The U.S. Postal Service, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, … Continue reading My Scrapbook: Scooby-Doo Goes Postal
Created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears “I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for you meddling kids” -- never actually uttered, but the thought is there. Ruh-roh. No, SCOOBY-DOO, a giant talking Great Dane, and teenagers NORVILLE "SHAGGY" ROGERS, THELMA DINKLEY, DAPHNE BLAKE and FRED JONES are not private detectives. … Continue reading Scooby-Doo & Mystery, Inc.
Created by Joseph Barbera and William Hanna I swear, this site is going to the dogs. This has just got to be about the lamest entry ever on the site, but here goes: During it's seemingly endless run of one-hour-long The New Scooby-Doo Movies on 1970s television, the Mystery, Inc. gang of Fred, Velma, Daphne, … Continue reading Homer ‘Bulldog’ Pipsqueak
Created by Bill Hanna & Joe Barbera One's a cat in a deerstalker cap. The other's a mouse in a fedora and trenchcoat. Yep, we're back in the weird world of Saturday morning cartoons. This early Hanna-Barbera feature, all six-minute shorts, which aired as part of The Quick Draw McGraw Show, featured the far-fetched antics … Continue reading Snooper and Blabber