Rooby-Roo

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Rooby-Roo
Scooby talks to Mystery Insurance.png
Premiere date: 2013
Run time: 15 seconds
Starring: Frank Welker
Grey DeLisle
Eric Bauza
Music composed by: Robert J. Kral
Directors: Tony Cervone
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"Rooby-Roo" is an American State Farm Insurance commercial based on the 1969 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! television series. It aired on 2013 on NBC. It was directed by Tony Cervone. It is the second of three crossovers with State Farm.

Scooby should switch to State Farm, who apparently are more experienced with talking dogs who have speech impediments.

Detailed summary

Scooby calls his insurance company, but the woman on the other end can't tell what he is saying due to his inability to pronounce his own name correctly, saying "Rooby-Roo," instead. The call cuts off after a couple of fails, and he defeatedly eats a Scooby Snack.

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Character debut Speaking debut Ep. debut No lines Mentioned

In order of appearance:

Character Actor
Scooby-Doo Frank Welker
Scrappy-Doo (photo) N/A
Insurance lady (voice only) Grey DeLisle
Announcer (voice only) Eric Bauza


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The music was composed by Robert J. Kral.

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Release

  • United States: 2013 on NBC

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