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List of The Scooby-Doo Show episodes

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This is a list of episodes from The Scooby-Doo Show. The episode titles given for the show reflect Hanna-Barbera studio records, as no on-screen titles were given for most episodes.

Series overview

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
116September 11, 1976 (1976-09-11)December 18, 1976 (1976-12-18)
28September 10, 1977 (1977-09-10)October 29, 1977 (1977-10-29)
316September 9, 1978 (1978-09-09)December 23, 1978 (1978-12-23)


Season 1 (1976)

Episodes in Season 1 initially aired as segments of The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour.

# Episode title Bad Guys Original airdate Plot Suspects
SDD-1 "High Rise Hair Raiser" The Specter of Ebenezer Crabbe & Netty Crabbe September 11, 1976 When Fred, Shaggy, and Scooby get jobs on a construction crew, they discover that the building site is haunted by the specter of Ebenezer Crabbe, a supposed sorcerer whose house used to stand on the construction site.
  • Don Messick (Scooby) and Casey Kasem (Shaggy) also voiced construction workers
  • Red Sparks and Jim Rivets were voiced by Frank Welker (the voice of Fred) and Alan Oppenheimer, respectively.
  • Scooby Doo regular John Stephenson provided the voices of Mr. Spec, Mr. Doherty, a police officer, and The Specter of Ebenezer Crabbe.
  • Netty Crabbe was voiced by Virginia Gregg
Red Sparks & Jim Rivets
SDD-2 "The Fiesta Host is an Aztec Ghost" The Ghost of King Katazuma & The Aztec Monster September 18, 1976 The gang visits Cinqo, Mexico for a fiesta, but finds the fiesta has been canceled due to the ghost of King Katazuma. After Scooby and Shaggy are attacked in their hotel room by a living Aztec monster, the gang decides to investigate an old temple, where the ghost awaits.
  • The Ghost of King Katazuma and Aztec Statue Monster were voiced by Frank Welker and John Stephenson, respectively.
  • Professor and Mrs Stonehack were voiced by Welker and Pat Stevens (Velma).
  • Stephenson also voiced Juan Martinez
  • The Riverside Hermit was voiced by Casey Kasem
The Stonehacks
SDD-3 "The Gruesome Game of the Gator Ghoul" The Gator Ghoul September 25, 1976 On their way to see Scooby's cousin, Scooby-Dum, at the Hokeyfenokee Swamp, the gang encounters the Gator Ghoul, a creepy ghoul who wants to ruin Scooby-Dum's owners' factory.
  • Don Messick also voiced Pa Skillet
  • Casey Kasem also voiced Simon Stingy
  • Frank Welker also voiced the Ghost of Gator Ghoul
  • Scooby Dum was voiced by Alan Oppenheimer
  • Virginia Gregg returned to voice Ma Skillet and Alice Dovely
Alice Dovely
SDD-4 "Watt a Shocking Ghost" The 10,000 Volt Ghost October 2, 1976 The Mystery Machine runs out of gas, stranding the gang in the empty snow-capped town of Winterhaven, where a ghost that produces electricity is running amok and has scared everyone out.
  • Casey Kasem also voiced the sheriff
  • The 10,000 Volt Ghost, Mayor Dudley, and the parrot were all voiced by John Stephenson
  • Mr. Collins was voiced by Alan Oppenheier
Mayor Dudley and Mr. Voltner
SDD-5 "The Headless Horseman of Halloween" The Headless Horseman October 9, 1976 On Halloween night, the gang and Scooby-Dum go to a Halloween party at Crane Manor. When the party is crashed by a legendary apparition known as the Headless Horseman, the gang tries to investigate the mystery, only to have the Horseman steal the head of one of the Crane family members.
  • Scooby Dum and Tarlof were voiced by Alan Oppenheimer
  • Elwood Crane and The Headless Horseman were voiced by John Stephenson
  • Beth Crane and Gertrude Crane were voiced by Janet Waldo
Elwood Crane
SDD-6 "Scared a Lot in Camelot" The Ghost of Merlin and Black Knight October 16, 1976 When Shaggy's uncle disappears, the gang goes to his castle to investigate. It turns out that when Shaggy's uncle shipped the castle from the United Kingdom, he brought back with him, the ghost of Merlin, a ghostly knight known as Black Knight, and the ghosts of King Arthur's Round Table.
  • Don Messick also voiced the Black Knight
  • Casey Kasem also voiced Uncle Shagworthy
  • Frank Welker also voiced Clarence
  • Zarko the Magician and the Ghost of Merlin were voiced by John Stephenson
Clarence alias Zarko and his henchman
SDD-7 "The Harum Scarum Sanitarium" The Ghost of Dr. Coffin October 23, 1976 While on a trip to Niagara Falls, the gang ends up staying at a sanitarium. During the night, they are spooked by the ghostly doctor at the sanitarium, who is said to have gone insane and is performing experiments to possess dogs. Scooby gets possessed as well, leaving the humans to solve the mystery and free him from the possession of the villainous doctor.
  • The henchman was voiced by Casey Kasem while the guard dogs were voiced by Frank Welker
  • Welker also voiced Dr. Coffin, while Officer Oldfield was voiced by Alan Oppenheiemer
  • John Stephenson voiced Dr. Tooksbury and the Sheriff
Officer Oldfield
SDD-8 "The No Faced Zombie Chase Case" The No Face Zombie and the Gorilla October 30, 1976 While eating submarine sandwiches, Scooby witnesses a burglary committed by a faceless zombie, who is stealing a rare and supposedly cursed coin. As they follow the zombie to the Dilly Dally Dolly Factory, they end up being chased all over the building by the no-face zombie and a gorilla.
  • Mr. Dilly and the Gorilla were voiced by John Stephenson who also voiced the Lieutenant
  • Frank Welker voiced Mr. Dally
  • The coin shop owner and the factory watchman were voiced by Alan Oppenheimer
Mr. Dilly and a robot
SDD-9 "Mamba Wamba and the Voodoo Hoodoo" Mamba Wamba, Mamba Zombie & Zombie Lila November 6, 1976 The gang goes to see their friend Alex Super's band perform, but when one of the band members, Lila, is captured by a witch doctor named Mamba Wamba, they must try to find her before she is turned into an evil zombie.
  • The Monkees Micky Dolenz guest starred as Alex Super
  • Don Messick also voiced Roger and Deek
  • Frank Welker also voiced the frog
  • John Stephenson voiced Ray, The Mamba Wamba, and the sheriff
Roger, a henchman, and Lila
SDD-10 "A Frightened Hound Meets Demons Underground" The Steam Demons November 13, 1976 While in Seattle, Daphne is captured by a steaming demon, and the gang must travel down to an abandoned underground town to rescue her and solve the mystery.
  • Sam, Albert, and the Demon were voiced by John Stephenson
  • Virginia Gregg voiced Sally
  • Casey Kasem voiced Joe while Don Messick voiced Joe's coworker.
Albert Tross alias Sam Crenshaw
SDD-11 "A Bum Steer for Scooby" Tamooka the Flying Ghost Bull, the Medicine Man and the Talking Bull November 20, 1976 The gang visits Daphne's Uncle Matt, whose ranch is being haunted by Tamooka, an ancient ghost in the form of a flying animalistic bull. When Uncle Matt is captured, the gang searches for him in a cave, only to find a medicine man who wants to be rid of them.
  • Casey Kasem also voiced Sam Farren and Sam Farren's foreman
  • Frank Welker also voiced Carl, the medicine man ghost, and Tamuka the ghost bull.
  • Matt Blake was voiced by John Stephenson
A flying machine, Lenny the cook and Sam Farren
SDD-12 "There's a Demon Shark in the Foggy Dark" The Demon Shark November 25, 1976 On a visit to Aqualand, the gang encounters a demon shark, who has defrosted from a block of ice and has apparently stolen the Maharaja's jewels.
  • Don Messick also voiced M. Dreyfuss
  • Casey Kasem also voiced the man on the radio
  • Frank Welker also voiced Professor Beaker and the dolphins
  • Mr. Wells, the customs agent, and the demon shark were all voiced by John Stephenson
  • The police officer was voiced by Alan Oppenheimer
Mr. Wells
SDD-13 "Scooby-Doo, Where's the Crew?" The Sea Ghost, the Kelp Monster & the Octopus Monster November 27, 1976 While helping a professor research a sunken ship, the gang runs into a sea ghost and his ghastly crew of sea beasts. When THE ghost and the sea monsters kidnap the professor, the gang must search for him aboard the haunted ship.
  • Casey Kasem also voiced the octopus monster
  • Frank Welker also voiced Mr. Carp, the kelp monster, and the shark
  • Prof Poisson, Mr. McGil, the ghost of captain pescado, and the coast guard officer were all voiced by John Stephenson
First Mate Carp, Mr. McFin & Mr. McGill
SDD-14 "The Ghost That Sacked the Quarterback" The Rambling Ghost December 4, 1976 While the gang is watching the Hawks football team play, the star quarterback disappears, and the ghost of a vengeful ex-Hawks player known as the Rambling Ghost appears and runs amok in the stadium.
  • Casey Kasem also voiced Flash Granger
  • Frank Welker also voiced Bulldog Pertowsky
  • John Stephenson voiced Buck Bender, Mr. Prentice, the commentator, Mr. Ellsworth, and the rambling ghost.
Buck Bender
SDD-15 "The Ghost of the Bad Humor Man" The Technicolor Ice Cream Phantoms December 11, 1976 When the Mystery Machine crashes in front of an ice cream factory, it appears Shaggy and Scooby's ice cream fantasies have come true...that is until they discover that ghostly ice cream phantoms are haunting the factory.
  • Casey Kasem also voiced the police officer
  • Frank Welker also voiced the radio announcer
  • Sammy the Shrimp/Mr. Grizzly, the 3 phantoms, and Avery Queen were all voiced by John Stephenson
Mr. Grisly alias Sammy the Shrimp and his henchmen
SDD-16 "The Spirits of '76" The Ghosts of Benedict Arnold, William Demont and Major John Andre December 18, 1976 While in Washington D.C., the kids visit the Splitsonian Institution (a parody of the Smithsonian Institution), but lose Scooby and get locked in after hours. While searching for Scooby, they find strange goings on at the museum, like a locomotive moving on its own, and the ghosts of American traitors Benedict Arnold and William Demont and British spy John Andre haunting the building.
  • Mr Clive was voiced by Don Messick while Mr. Willit was voiced by Frank Welker.
  • The 3 ghosts, the government agent, and Mr. Grumper were all voiced by John Stephenson
Mr. Clive, Mr. Willit, and a henchman

Season 2 (1977)

Episodes in Season 2 initially aired as segments of Scooby's Laff-A-Lympics.

# Episode title Bad Guys Original airdate Plot Suspects
SDLA-17 "The Curse of Viking Lake" The Viking Ghosts September 10, 1977 When the gang arrives at Viking Lake to see Velma's Uncle John, they find out he has been kidnapped by the ghosts of ancient Vikings.
  • Uncle John, Mr. Hansen, The Viking Ghosts, and Sheriff Swenson were all voiced by John Stephenson
Mr. Hanson and the two geologists
SDLA-18 "Vampire Bats and Scaredy Cats" The Vampire September 17, 1977 The gang and Scooby-Dum go to visit their friend Lisa Vanoff for her 18th birthday. While staying at her hotel, the gang realizes they may not survive the night when Lisa's vampiric grandfather appears, and turns her into an evil vampire.
  • Don Messick also voiced The Ferry Captain
  • Casey Kasem also voiced Mr. Dracul and The Police Officer
  • Lisa Vanaugh was voiced by Janet Waldo
  • Alan Oppenheimer returned as the voice of Scooby Dum
  • Leon Vanaugh and Gramps the Vamp were voiced by John Stephenson
Leon Vanoff
SDLA-19 "Hang in There, Scooby-Doo" The Pterodactyl Ghost September 24, 1977 On a trip to a hang gliding contest, the gang encounters the ghost of a humanoid pterodactyl, who is trying to scare everyone away from a mysterious cliff.
  • Don Messick also voiced The Sheriff
  • Casey Kasem also voiced The Pterodactyl Ghost and The 2nd Hang-Gliding Judge
  • Frank Welker also voiced The Skeleton
  • John Stephenson voiced Mr. Bohannon and The 1st Hang-Gliding Judge
Johnny and Mr. Bohannon
SDLA-20 "The Chiller Diller Movie Thriller" The Ghost of Milo Booth October 1, 1977 Scooby-Doo and Scooby-Dum's actor cousin Scooby-Dee is remaking a movie when the ghost of the original film's star, Milo Booth, appears and kidnaps her, replacing her with an impostor. The gang must head into a cemetery haunted by Booth's ghost to find her, only to be locked in Booth's crypt. In the end, Booth and fake Scooby Dee are arrested and revealed to be private detective Jim Moss, who had been hired as Scooby Dee's bodyguard, and a Wreaker dog.
  • Don Messick also voiced Jim Moss
  • Casey Kasem also voiced The Conductor and The Train Passengers
  • Frank Welker also voiced The Director
  • Alan Oppenheimer voiced Scooby Dum
  • Scooby Dee was voiced by Janet Waldo
  • John Stephenson voiced Rod Kennedy, The Phantom of Milo Booth, and The Phantom of Dixie.
Jim Moss and Wreaker
SDLA-21 "The Spooky Case of the Grand Prix Race" The Phantom Racer October 8, 1977 At the Osbourne Grand Prix Race of 1977, a phantom racer is making the other drivers disappear when they enter the fog. The gang has Shaggy pose as a racer to lure the phantom out into the open, but the plan backfires when Shaggy is captured by the humanoid ghost.
  • Don Messick, Casey Kasem, and Frank Welker also provided the voices of Racers
  • John Stephenson voiced the Race Announcer
  • The Phantom Racer, Ken Rogers, and The Junkyard Watchman were voiced by Vic Perrin
Ken Rogers
SDLA-22 "The Ozark Witch Switch" The Ghost of Witch McCoy & the Zombie October 15, 1977 The Mystery Machine breaks down and the gang stays in the Hatfields' cabin. During the night, a witch ghost turns the Hatfields into frogs, just as she promised over 200 years ago.
  • Don Messick also voiced Pa Hatfield and The Sheriff
  • Aggie Wilkins and The Ghost of Witch McCoy were voiced by Janet Waldo
  • Zeke Harkins and The Zombie were voiced by Bob Holt
Aggie Wilkins & Zeke Harkins
SDLA-23 "Creepy Cruise" The Futuristic Monster October 22, 1977 While on a cruise throughout the South Pacific, not far from Australia, the gang meets a scientist who has created a time machine. Shortly, everything goes wrong, and a futuristic creature from the year 6984 comes out of the time machine, who scares everyone away, and steals the scientist's money. When the scientist is captured by the monster, it appears all is lost since he is the only one who can send it back to its period.
  • Don Messick and Casey Kasem also voiced investors
  • Frank Welker also voiced Simon Grady and The Ship Captain
  • Professor Von Klamp and The Futuristic Monster were voiced by John Stephenson
Professor Von Klemp and Simon Grady
SDLA-24 "The Creepy Heap from the Deep" The Creepy Heaps from the Deep and soulless Captain Clements October 29, 1977 While having a beach party, a sea monster known as the Creepy Heap from the Deep appears and the gang retreats to a nearby captain's house on a deserted cliff. The captain tells the gang that the monster feeds on the souls of the living and turns them evil. After the gang goes for help, they return to the house and find the captain's soul has been stolen by the monster and now he becomes a villainous monster by being commanded by a beast.
  • Don Messick also voiced The Beach Hermit and the spider
  • Casey Kasem also voiced The Sheriff
  • Frank Welker also voiced Captain Clements and Walter
  • John Stephenson voiced The Creepy Heap from the Deep
A bank robber and real Captain Clements

Season 3 (1978)

Episodes in Season 3 initially aired as segments of Scooby's All-Stars. Some episodes aired under the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! title, and the whole season was eventually packaged as Season 3 of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!.

# Episode title Bad Guys Original airdate Plot Suspects
SDAS-25 "Watch Out! The Willawaw!" Willawaw and the Owl Men September 9, 1978 When Velma's uncle Dave goes missing, the gang attempts to find him. On their search, the gang is attacked by the legendary owl ghost Willawaw, which is said to capture people if an owl calls their name. Grey Fox and his henchmen
SDAS-26 "A Creepy Tangle in the Bermuda Triangle" The Skeleton Men September 16, 1978 While on a boat flowing down the Gulf Stream, the gang witnesses a flying saucer hijacking an airplane. They crash on Diablo Island, where they discover a spooky-looking sea captain and a trio of one-eyed skeleton men. Dr. Grimsley and his henchmen
SDAS-27 "A Scary Night with a Snow Beast Fright" The Snow Beast September 23, 1978 After being invited by Professor Krueger to the North Pole, the gang finds out he has been captured by a terrifying Antarctic dinosaur-like monster known as the Snow Beast. Dr. Baptiste
SDAS-28 "To Switch a Witch" The Ghost Witch of Salem September 30, 1978 On Halloween night, the gang visits their friend Arlene in Salem, Massachusetts. While visiting, the gang discovers a witch ghost, who is identical to Arlene, who has risen from the grave. Arlene Wilcox's twin sister and Gar Moony
SDAS-29 "The Tar Monster" The Tar Monster October 7, 1978 The gang goes to Turkey, where the ancient city of Byzantius is being excavated, but the workers are being scared away by the city's ancient guardian, The Tar Monster. Mr. Stoner
SDAS-30 "A Highland Fling with a Monstrous Thing" The Ghost of Finnyan McDuff & The Loch Ness Monster October 14, 1978 The gang travels to Scotland to visit their friend Aggie MacDuff, whose family castle is being plagued by the ghost of her great-grandfather, who lures the Loch Ness Monster with his bagpipes Jamie Cragmoor
SDAS-31 "The Creepy Case of Old Iron Face" Old Iron Face October 21, 1978 As the gang goes water-skiing, they have a near-fatal encounter with a masked figure and his sharks. When they visit a cafe, they find out that the figure is Old Iron Face, a crooked convict with an iron mask welded onto his face. The kids then venture to Skull Island, where the ghostly crook is lurking. Mama Mione
SDAS-32 "Jeepers, It's the Jaguaro!" The Jaguaro October 28, 1978 After an emergency plane landing in the Amazon jungle in Brazil, the gang encounters the Jaguaro, a terrifying creature with the head of a black Smilodon and the body of a gorilla who is hailed as a deity by the natives and is haunting the jungle. Barney and Luis
SDAS-33 "Make a Beeline Away from That Feline" The Cat Creature November 4, 1978 While the gang is in New York City to visit Daphne's aunt Olivia, Shaggy witnesses the cat creature robbing a jewelry store on their way to her apartment. When they arrive, Olivia tells them that she has received a strange package. Shaggy and Scooby trace the return address but find that it was sent from a cemetery by the cat creature. Doctor Bell
SDAS-34 "The Creepy Creature of Vulture's Claw" The Mantis November 11, 1978 While visiting their friend Professor Greer at the botanical gardens, the gang encounters a seven-foot mantis who is trying to scare Professor Greer away. Professor Greer
SDAS-35 "The Diabolical Disc Demon" The Phantom (Disc Demon) November 18, 1978 The gang goes to the Decade Records recording studio to see a live recording from their friend Jimmy Lewis. However, when songwriter Tony Synes disappears and a ghostly musician begins searching for his latest song, it is up to the gang to solve the mystery. Ace Decade
SDAS-36 "Scooby's Chinese Fortune Kooky Caper" The Moon Monster November 25, 1978 While stranded in a palace in Rampoo in China, the gang stays with Kim, who is about to receive a large inheritance. When the gang goes to sleep, they are awakened by the Moon Monster, a strange creature who can turn people into stone if his shadow falls on them. Uncle Chin Wong Sing
SDAS-37 "A Menace in Venice" The Ghostly Gondolier December 2, 1978 In Venice, Italy, the gang meets their friend, Antonio. They soon discover that a new ghost is haunting their friend and head out to solve the problem. Mario
SDAS-38 "Don't Go Near the Fortress of Fear" General Juan Carlos December 9, 1978 The gang visits a fortress in Puerto Rico, where they find the ghost of Spanish general, Juan Carlos, who warns the gang to stay away from his fortress territory. Captain Eddy
SDAS-39 "The Warlock of Wimbledon" Anthos the Warlock December 16, 1978 In England, the gang meets up with tennis star Jimmy Pelton, who has been cursed by a warlock known as Anthos. The gang agrees to solve the mystery for Jimmy, but it appears they too may be cursed by Anthos. Nick Thomas and John
SDAS-40 "The Beast is Awake in Bottomless Lake" The Beast of Bottomless Lake December 23, 1978 While pike fishing in Canada, the gang encounters the Beast of Bottomless Lake, who has scared the townspeople away from their homes. When the gang attempts to go under the lake, Shaggy and Scooby are nearly captured by the monster. Julie Johnson

See also

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