Starring: Casey Kasem, Don Messick, Frank Welker, Nicole Jaffe
Genres: Adventure, Animated, Comedy, Family, Mystery
Bedlam in the Big Top - S1-E10
Continuity mistake: The opening scene shows the clown overlooking the circus tent from a clear bluff, but the closeups show the clown hiding behind bushes.
Continuity mistake: Max the Midget rides Scooby into the middle of the Mystery gang, but the next shot shows Max and Scooby standing apart from the gang.
Continuity mistake: After meeting Mr. Barnstorm, Fred is driving the Mystery Machine from the passenger side, but the next shot from the front view shows Fred driving from the left (driver's) side.
Continuity mistake: Mr. Barnstorm is close in with the gang looking at the ghost clown in the cage, but the next shot shows Mr. Barnstorm alone.
Continuity mistake: The baggage on the back of Samson's tandem bike change colors as the scene plays out.
Continuity mistake: The darts the clown throws at the balloons disappear after popping a balloon.
Continuity mistake: Velma throws the umbrella to Scooby pointed end first, but when it arrives at Scooby, the umbrella is handle-end first.
Continuity mistake: After the umbrella turns inside out, Scooby loses his grip with the umbrella and falls to the trampoline, but the umbrella does not follow Scooby down.
Continuity mistake: The table behind Shaggy changes color several times as he performs the Lion Tamer act in the cage with the lion.
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Daphne: That puts the stairs back. But I wonder what the other switches do?Velma: Well, with your luck, Daph, the next button you push will bring the roof down. But, go ahead.
Scooby finds a clump of ape hair stuck in the wine cask. It cuts to the gang, then back to the cask as they walk up and suddenly the clump of hair is twice as thick.
Velma's famous line, "My glasses; I can't see without them!" was coined from her voice actress Nicole Jaffe when she lost her glasses during a recording session and then uttered of what became to be famous catchphrase of the bespectacled character. The writers liked the phrase so much that they decided to put the iconic scenes of Velma losing her glasses during the show.