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|Joe Alaskey||Voice Only|
|Bob Bergen||Voice Only|
|Grey DeLisle||Voice Only|
|Scott Innes||Voice Only|
|Tom Kane||Voice Only|
|Mikey Kelley||Voice Only|
|Gary Sturgis||Voice Only|
|B.J. Ward||Voice Only|
|Frank Welker||Voice Only|
|Joseph Barbera||Executive Producer|
|Louis Febre||Score Composer|
|William Hanna||Executive Producer|
|Jean MacCurdy||Executive Producer|
|Kathryn Page||Associate Producer|
|Mark E. Turosz||Screenwriter|
|Richard Wolf||Songwriter, Producer|
Posted October 1, 2010
Shaggy, of course, is the Stranger to Scooby's Curly (of 3 Stooges fame, not Steinbeck)... Shaggy easiy carries this extended film, overcoming a myriad obstacles despite drug abuse, unrequited love, and a truly cynical pessimism. He is a hero in the mold of Odysseus and Heracles... mythic in scale and biblical in scope. One hopes he continues to endure despite the overtly Satantic and vicious diatribe that is Scrappy Doo (who, to my knowledge does not appear in this film, but whose aura haunts all Doo films, for good or for ill... mainly for ill).
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Posted May 16, 2011
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