Clue Club (TV series)

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This article is about the TV series. For the main mystery-solving group, see Clue Club.
Clue Club
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On-screen title card.
Network: ABC
Production company: Hanna-Barbera
Original release: September 4December 11, 1976

Starring: David Jolliffe
Bob Hastings
Patricia Stich
Tara Talboy
Jim MacGeorge
Paul Winchell
John Stephenson
Producer(s): Alex Lovy
Music composed by: Hoyt Curtin
Writer(s): Herb Armstrong
Haskell Barkin
Dick Conway
Jack Fox
Gordon Glasco
Orville H. Hampton
Duane Poole
Dick Robbins
James Schmerer
Jeffrey Scott
Lee Sheldon
Director(s): Charles A. Nichols
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Clue Club is an American animated mystery comedy TV series produced by Hanna-Barbera (H-B) for ABC's Saturday morning children's programming. It ran in 1976, airing 16 episodes that spanned one season. It was the eighth Scooby-Doo "clone" series.

The series' main purpose was to recreate the success of the Scooby-Doo franchise, like most other Scooby "clones", the series followed a group of teens solving mysteries followed by a few jokes from the mascot(s) of the group.

The series follows a group of teens under the name of Clue Club who solve mysteries with their two dog companions, Woofer and Wimper.

The entire series has been released on DVD.


Early concept art, drawn by Iwao Takamoto.


Iwao Takamoto drew a piece of concept art featuring earlier designs of the Clue Club.


The music was composed by Hoyt Curtin.

Opening theme song lyrics

There they go and on the double!
To the spot where there is trouble!
Clue Club!

Clue Club is on the scene!
You better believe boy!

Dottie does her thing computin'.
Checking clues and troubleshootin.

Clue Club!

Clue Club, it's routine!

You go in first Wimper!

One trap door, and they go spilling face-to-face another villain.

Clue Club!

Clue Club, just in time!
We'll be safe in here Wimp!

No fun runnin' from a mummy, even though he is a dummy!

Clue Club!

Clue Club solves the crime!
I knew it all the time!

Clue Club!


Title Number Original air date
"The Paper Shaper Caper" 1x01 September 4, 1976
"The Case of the Lighthouse Mouse" 1x02 September 11, 1976
"The Real Gone Gondola" 1x03 September 18, 1976
"Who's to Blame for the Empty Frame?" 1x04 September 25, 1976
"The Weird Seaweed Caper" 1x05 October 2, 1976
"The Green Thumb Caper" 1x06 October 9, 1976
"The Disappearing Airport Caper" 1x07 October 16, 1976
"The Walking House Caper" 1x08 October 23, 1976
"The Solar Energy Caper" 1x09 October 30, 1976
"The Vanishing Train Caper" 1x10 November 6, 1976
"The Dissolving Statue Caper" 1x11 November 13, 1976
"The Missing Pig Caper" 1x12 November 20, 1976
"One of Our Elephants is Missing" 1x13 November 25, 1976
"The Amazing Heist" 1x14 November 27, 1976
"The Circus Caper" 1x15 December 4, 1976
"The Prehistoric Monster Caper" 1x16 December 11, 1976



From 1977 to 1978, the Skatebirds featured a series of shorter, cut down versions of regular Clue Club episodes, entitled Woofer & Wimper, Dog Detectives, in which, Woofer and Wimper are presented as the main characters.

The Clue Club would later appear in the Jellystone! episode "A Coconut to Remember" in which, Woofer is voiced by C.H. Greenblatt.