Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo

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Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo
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On-screen title card.
Network: ABC
Production company: Hanna-Barbera
Original release: September 22, 1979December 18, 1982
Run time: 22 minutes
Starring: Don Messick
Lennie Weinrib
Casey Kasem
Frank Welker
Heather North
Pat Stevens
Marla Frumkin
Executive producer(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Producer(s): Alex Lovy
Don Jurwich
Iwao Takamoto
Music composed by: Hoyt Curtin
Writer(s): Duane Poole
Tom Swale
Ray Parker
Mark Evanier
Director(s): Ray Patterson
Carl Urbano
Oscar Dufau
George Gordon
Charles A. Nichols
Don Jurwich (voices)
Alex Lovy (voices)
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Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo is an American animated supernatural/mystery comedy television series produced by Hanna-Barbera (H-B) for ABC's Saturday morning children's programming. It ran from 1979 to 1982, airing 43 episodes that spanned four seasons. It was the fourth Scooby-Doo series after Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

What or who can save Scooby-Doo from cancelation? Scrappy-Dappy-Doo! Meet the newest member of Mystery Incorporated: Scooby-Doo's nephew, Scrappy-Doo, a puppy who's raring to fight any and all ghosts and meanies who get in his or his uncle's way.

When that proved to be a ratings success for ABC, the network ordered more episodes that focused squarely on the antics of Scooby, Scrappy, and best friend, Shaggy, and dropped the obvious boring side of Fred, Daphne, and Velma (although for the next two seasons, the title cards kept them alive in the form of silhouettes in the background). Scooby, Scrappy, and Shaggy still solved mysteries to an extent, but not in the traditional sense fans had come to expect over the last decade. Unlike what had come before, the trio ran into real vampires, witches, etc.

The first season was made of sixteen episodes that were 21 minutes in length, whereas the rest of the series was made of seven minute shorts. The shorts in the second and third seasons were originally paired with Richie Rich for The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show.

The shorts of the fourth and final season were originally paired with The Puppy's Further Adventures for The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour. In these, the format was given some focus around Shaggy and the dogs solved cases for the Fearless Detective Agency, owned by Shaggy's uncle, Fearless Shagaford. In addition, it featured another set of shorts, Scrappy & Yabba-Doo, starring Scrappy who has visited his other uncle Yabba-Doo in an old western-type town called Tumbleweed County. Yabba is owned by Deputy Dusty. How these fit into the rest of the series timeline is never established.




  • Scooby and Scrappy-Doo
  • Scrappy & Yabba-Doo (1982)


The music was composed by Hoyt Curtin, credited as musical director, with supervision from Paul DeKorte.


Title Number Original air date
"The Scarab Lives!" 1x01 September 22, 1979
"The Night Ghoul of Wonderworld" 1x02 September 29, 1979
"Strange Encounters of a Scooby Kind" 1x03 October 6, 1979
"The Neon Phantom of the Roller Disco!" 1x04 October 13, 1979
"Shiver and Shake, That Demon's a Snake" 1x05 October 20, 1979
"The Scary Sky Skeleton" 1x06 October 27, 1979
"The Demon of the Dugout" 1x07 November 3, 1979
"The Hairy Scare of the Devil Bear" 1x08 November 10, 1979
"Twenty Thousand Screams Under the Sea" 1x09 November 17, 1979
"I Left My Neck in San Francisco" 1x10 November 24, 1979
"When You Wish Upon a Star Creature" 1x11 December 1, 1979
"The Ghoul, the Bat and the Ugly" 1x12 December 8, 1979
"Rocky Mountain Yiiiii!" 1x13 December 15, 1979
"The Sorcerer's a Menace" 1x14 December 22, 1979
"Lock the Door, It's a Minotaur!" 1x15 December 29, 1979
"The Ransom of Scooby Chief" 1x16 January 5, 1980
"A Close Encounter with a Stranger Kind" / "A Fit Night Out for Bats" / "The Chinese Food Factory" 2x01 November 8, 1980
"Scooby's Desert Dilemma" / "The Old Cat and Mouse Game" / "Stow-Aways" 2x02 November 15, 1980
"Mummy's the Word" / "Hang in There, Scooby" / "Stuntman Scooby" 2x03 November 22, 1980
"Scooby's Three Ding-A-Ling Circus" / "Scooby's Fantastic Island" / "Long John Scrappy" 2x04 November 29, 1980
"Scooby's Bull Fright" / "Scooby Ghosts West" / "A Bungle in the Jungle" 2x05 December 6, 1980
"Scooby's Fun Zone" / "Swamp Witch" / "Sir Scooby and the Black Knight" 2x06 December 13, 1980
"Waxworld" / "Scooby in Wonderland" / "Scrappy's Birthday" 2x07 December 20, 1980
"South Seas Scare" / "Scooby's Swiss Miss" / "Alaskan King Coward" 2x08 December 27, 1980
"Et Tu, Scoob?" / "Soggy Bog Scooby" / "Scooby Gumbo" 2x09 January 3, 1981
"Way Out Scooby" / "Strongman Scooby" / "Moonlight Madness" 2x10 January 10, 1981
"Dog Tag Scooby" / "Scooby at the Center of the World" / "Scooby's Trip to Ahz" 2x11 January 17, 1981
"A Fright at the Opera" / "Robot Ranch" / "Surprised Spies" 2x12 January 24, 1981
"The Invasion of the Scooby Snatchers" / "Scooby Dooby Guru" / "Scooby and the Bandit" 2x13 January 31, 1981
"Scooby-Nocchio" / "Lighthouse Keeper Scooby" / "Scooby's Roots" 3x01 September 19, 1981
"Scooby's Escape from Atlantis" / "Excalibur Scooby" / "Scooby Saves the World" 3x02 September 28, 1981
"Scooby Dooby Goo" / "Rickshaw Scooby" / "Scooby's Luck of the Irish" 3x03 October 3, 1981
"Backstage Scooby" / "Scooby's House of Mystery" / "Sweet Dreams Scooby" 3x04 October 10, 1981
"Scooby-Doo 2000" / "Punk Rock Scooby" / "Canine to Five" 3x05 October 17, 1981
"Hard Hat Scooby" / "Hothouse Scooby" / "Pigskin Scooby" 3x06 October 24, 1981
"Sopwith Scooby" / "Tenderbigfoot" / "Scooby and the Beanstalk" 3x07 October 31, 1981
"Maltese Mackerel" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Yabba's Rustle Hustle" / "Dumb Waiter Caper" 4x01 September 25, 1982
"Catfish Burglar Caper" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Mine Your Own Business" / "Movie Monster Menace" 4x02 October 2, 1982
"Super Teen Shaggy" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Tragic Magic" / "Basketball Bumblers" 4x03 October 9, 1982
"Beauty Contest Caper" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Runaway Scrappy" / "Stake-out at the Take-out" 4x04 October 16, 1982
"Who's Scooby-Doo?" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Slippery Dan the Escape Man" / "Double Trouble Date" 4x05 October 23, 1982
"Cable Car Caper" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Low-Down Showdown" / "Muscle Trouble" 4x06 October 30, 1982
"Comic Book Caper" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Vild Vest Vampire" / "Misfortune Teller" 4x07 November 6, 1982
"A Gem of a Case" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Tumbleweed Derby" / "From Bad to Curse" 4x08 November 13, 1982
"Disappearing Car Caper" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Law & Disorder" / "Scooby-Doo and Genie-Poo" 4x09 November 20, 1982
"Close Encounter of the Worst Kind" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Alien Schmalien" / "Captain Canine Caper" 4x10 November 27, 1982
"The Incredible Cat Lady Caper" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Go East, Young Pardner" / "Picnic Poopers" 4x11 December 4, 1982
"One Million Years Before Lunch" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Up a Crazy River" / "Where's the Werewolf" 4x12 December 11, 1982
"Hoedown Showdown" / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo: "Bride and Gloom" / "Snow Job Too Small" 4x13 December 18, 1982


In popular culture

  • In the Superstore episode "Golden Globes Party," Jonah tries to convince his new girlfriend and co-worker, Kelly, that the others like her, the same way the Scooby-Doo gang liked Scrappy, but Kelly says that they hated Scrappy, and he only got to hang out with them because he was related to Scooby. At the end of the episode, she is invited to a bar by Garrett and Mateo, and when she tells Jonah, he playfully says, "Oh, see? Scrappy-Doo."