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A Clue For Scooby Doo

A Clue For Scooby Doo (1969) Season 1 Episode 45-3- Scooby Doo, Where Are You! Cartoon Episode Guide A Clue For Scooby Doo

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  • 1969
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Scooby Doo, Where Are You! Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Scooby-Doo, Freddy Jones, Daphne Blake, Shaggy Rogers, Velma Dinkley, Ebenezer Shark, Captain Cutler, Mrs. Cutler.
  • Vocal Talent: Don Messick (Scooby-Doo), Frank Welker (Freddy), Stefanianna Christopherson (Daphne), Casey Kasem (Shaggy), Nichole Jaffe (Velma), Hal Smith, John Stephenson, Jean Vander Pyl.
  • Directed By William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
    Animation Director: Charles Nichols (as Charles A. Nichols).
  • Produced By William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
    Associate Producer: Lew Marshall.
  • Animated By Bill Keil, George Rowley, Oliver E. Callahan, Ed Love, Rudy Cataldi, Bill Nunes, Zdenko Gasparovic, Joan Orbison, Bob Goe, Jay Sarbry, Hicks Lokey, Ken Southworth, Lloyd Vaughan.
  • Written By Ken Spears, Joe Ruby, Bill Lutz.
    Story Direction: Howard Swift.
  • Music By Ted Nichols.
    Theme Song: Hoyt S. Curtin.
  • Edited By Gregory V. Watson, Jr., Ted Baker, Chip Yaras.
  • Production Design: Iwao Takamoto.
  • Production Engineer: Victor O. Schipek.
  • Layout: Alvard Arce, Paul Gruwell, Mike Arens, Alex Ignatier, Rick Gonzales, Bill Lionante.
  • Background Styling: Walt Pereboy.
  • Backgrounds: Ron Dias, Gary Niblett, Daniela Bielecka, Rolly Oliva.
  • Title Design: Bill Perez.
  • Titles: Robert Schaefer.
  • Music Director: Ted Nichols.
  • Technical Supervisor: Frank Paiker.
  • Ink & Paint Supervisor: Roberta Greutert.
  • Xerography: Robert "Tiger" West.
  • Sounds Directions: Richard Olson.
  • Camera: Dick Blondell, Bill Kotler, George Epperson, Cliff Shirpsen, Charles Flekal, Roy Wade.

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Cartoon Summary:

When surfboarding Scooby-Doo comes face-to-face with what appears to be the seaweed-covered ghost of Captain Cutler, he paddles frantically ashore...and once again our crime stopping crew find themselves in a mixed-up mystery. They meet Ebenezer Shark, a kooky...  (more)

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Time for our next Scooby coverage, and it's time for A Clue For Scooby Doo

On memory this episode is pretty classic. The Ghost of Captain Cutler is pretty cool and gives a good memory. Some of the scenes can play out in my mind, as does the...  (read more)

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A Clue for Scooby Doo

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This revelation, along with the proclamation in "What a Night for a Knight" of "Professor Hyde White!" pretty much cinched the Mystery Machine gang for being serious business when it came to solving the mysteries.
They always got...  (read more)

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