Starring: Casey Kasem, Don Messick, Frank Welker, Nicole Jaffe
Genres: Adventure, Animated, Comedy, Family, Mystery
A Night of Fright is No Delight - S1-E16
Corrected entry: When Scooby is in the bathtub, his collar tag has a blue diamond on it, but when we see him going down the chute, the diamond has gone.
Correction: Sometimes Scooby's dog tag does not show the blue diamond on it. Presumably, when the blue diamond is not on the tag, then it can be reasonably inferred the tag has been turned around to the backside, where there is no blue diamond, showing the gold-colored backside of the tag, instead.
Never Ape and Ape Man - S1-E7
Corrected entry: Where did the Ape Man get the Scooby mask?
Correction: It's a movie production set. Scooby and the Gang are quite famous as detectives, so it's logical to say that a movie production prop set could easily have a mask of a famous dog.
What the Hex is Going On? - S1-E6
Corrected entry: How did the make-up hide the bad guy's glasses?
Correction: The 'camera' was on Sharon long enough for either Fred or Shaggy or the bad guy to put his glasses on.
Corrected entry: When Shaggy takes a picture of the actor disguised as an ape, he takes him from the back. When he shows the picture to Velma, Freddy and Daphne, you can see his face.
Correction: The 'ape man' actually turns around as soon as shaggy lifts up his camera to take the picture. That's why it may seem like the 'ape man' was turned the other way.
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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.