If you are a 90’s child, then you must have been a part of the crazy fan club of Scooby-Doo, which used to be one of the most popular shows of Cartoon Network. And the primary attraction of the show was the Great Dane, who also happened to be one of the most amusing mystery solvers, Scooby. And to amuse the fans one more time, Scoob Teaser is coming on the big screen one more time in 2020 under the name Scoob.
Scoob Teaser is out and Scoob is one of the most awaited animated movies of the decade which fans have been waiting for for years. The craze for the movie started in 2004 when the sequel of the first Scooby-Doo movie, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, was released. In that movie, Scooby and Shaggy, who is Scooby’s favorite mate and partner in crimes, teamed up with the rest of the members from the squad, which are Hanna-Barbera.
In the previous movie, the duo, along with their other mates, saved the world from the cunny evil, Dick Dastardly, whose job was to scare people with a motif of destroying the world.
In the new Scoob Teaser, the voice over for Scooby will be done by Frank Welker, who did the voice over for Scooby in the previous movies. But, the voice over for the rest of the actors has been changed.
For instance, the voice over for Fred Jones, who is also one of the interesting characters from the movie, will be done by Zac Efron, and the character of Velma will be voiced over by Gina Rodriguez. The character of Daphne will be done by Amanda Seyfried, and the character of the Dick Dastardly will be voiced over by Jason Isaacs.
Some of the other characters who will be included in the movie are Captain Caveman, who will be voiced over by Tracy Morgan, Dynomutt, which will be done by Ken Jeong, Dee Dee Sykes by Kiersey Clemons and Blue Falcon by Mark Wahlberg. These characters that are added to the upcoming Scoob Teaser belong to the Hanna-Barbera series.
But, before you go to watch the movie, you must refresh your memory as it will help you to understand the characters better. So, let us have a walk down the memory lane/
Scooby-doo, where are you!
We all grew up singing the theme song of the show every time it appeared on our television. And I can bet that even when the show starts this time, all of us will sing together one more time.
Scooby-doo was one of the most successful cartoon series from Warner bros. Before the release of Scooby-doo, the Hanna-Barbera was one of the most popular television shows among the children. Apart from the Hanna-Barbera show, some other shows which were quite popular at that time were the Yogi Bear, The Flintstone, and the Jetson to Jonny quest.
The script of the movie was based on ghost-inspired movies and supernatural beings, which all later turned out to be false. The gang, led by Hanna-Barbera along with Shaggy and Scooby, were always on the quest to catch the culprit.
Furthermore, this carries me to the primary staying point. Each and every scene of Scoob Teaser, Where Are You! is the equivalent.
The human foursome of Fred, Daphne, Velma, and Shaggy, alongside their canine Scooby-Doo, show up by means of their huge van at some creepy area; they rapidly become familiar with some ghost or beast is frequenting the territory; the teenagers search for intimations and stumble into difficulty while Scooby and Shaggy then again grovel and eat huge sandwiches; eventually, after their 6th or so run-in with the fiend, they catch it and expel its cover to uncover only some individual who has the motivation to need local people, or proprietors of the property frightened off.
It’s normally a direct result of some lost fortune or lost gems or property.
This equation is especially standard and has since become the go-to reference about Scooby-Doo. The guilty party is quite often the most conspicuous individual they meet (or the main individual, sometimes), so the puzzle point is somewhat of a dog.
In one season one scene, “A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts,” the group runs over a Gypsy lady outside Franken Castle and afterward cross paths with Dracula, Frankenstein’s Monster, and a werewolf. It turns out every one of them is Big Bob Oakley in camouflage, an extortionist needed in seven states.
The subsequent season keeps essentially everything presented by the first, with the exception of the music, utilizing a totally new, increasingly cleaned form of the opening tune and credits arrangement. Season two likewise observes the expansion of a bubblegum poppy “pursue melody” in every one of the scenes.
This is the place you get the now scandalous shots of Scoob Teaser and the pack running all through entryways or around a fence labyrinth pursued by the scene’s fake beast. Once more, to gain by the Archies’ hit “Sugar,” there’s an odd pop melody in every scene. What’s more, these tunes have zero to do with the plot. One is tied in with beginning to look all starry eyed at an ostrich.
Cartoon Network is still considered one of the best cartoon channels of all time. It gave us some of the best cartoons of all time. From Scoob Teaser to Tweety, from Popeye to Johnny Bravo, the versatility of the cartoons available at Cartoon Network is still incomparable. And the best thing about the show from that era is that every show used to teach the kind something useful.
Like in Scoob Teaser, it taught that there is no such thing as a ghost. They all are evil human beings masquerading as a ghost to scare people so that they can do their evil job done with ease. And with a little courage and intelligence, they can be caught easily. It also taught us to always call the police after catching the criminal.