Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood

Synopsis: When Scooby tries to make it big in Hollywood with little success, the rest of the gang try to convince him to return to his normal Saturday morning cartoon.
Director(s): Ray Patterson
Production: Turner Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
6.3
TV-G
Year:
1979
49 min
421 Views


Faster, Scooby! Faster!

Like, he's right behind us!

This way, Scoob!

I'm coming! Wait for me!

Zoinks!

Like, it's the Crabby Creature

of Creepy Crag!

Run! Run, Shaggy!

I'm trying! I'm trying!

Hey, take it easy!

HeIp!

Somebody, heIp!

Perfect. Cut it, print it. That's a take.

I'm not sure I understand my motivation

in this next scene, VeIma.

Come on, Daphne.

How much motivation do you need...

...to run from the Crabby Creature

of Creepy Crag?

-Like, what did he say, Scoob?

-That's a take. "

A take. A take. FinaIIy.

Hi, Shag, Scoob.

It must be time for our scene.

Do you know how many times...

...we've been put through

this barreI-and-catapuIt routine?

-How many?

-Like, a Iot. That's how many.

Oh, is there no end to this disgrace?

Oh, boy, Iike, I guess not.

Hey, Iook at that.

That was NataIie SpIendor.

She's a big TV star, Scoob.

-Yeah?

-But you're a star too, Scoob.

And you don't have

a fIashy car Iike that.

-I don't?

-No, you don't.

You don't have a big dressing traiIer

Iike The Groove.

And you don't get fIowers

on the set Iike Cherie.

-I don't?

-And another thing.

When was the Iast time you got Iunch

served to you on siIver pIatters?

-Never.

-Never. Like, exactIy.

We have to make our own

saIami, cheese, peanut butter...

...marshmaIIow, sardine sandwiches.

Yeah! And fudge.

WeII, no more.

-No more?

-Like, I've had it.

Like, I've Iost it.

Scooby, we've gotta have

a man-to-dog taIk.

Scooby-Doo!

I'm a wiId and crazy guy.

WeII, excuse me.

What's that name again?

Don't forget to remember...

...Scooby-Doo!

There's the network offices.

Remember...

...we can get everything we want

if you Iet me do aII the taIking.

Okay, Shaggy.

-Hi. We're here to--

-I don't care what you're here for.

You can't drive that piIe of junk

on the-- Hey, is that Scooby-Doo?

Oh, yeah.

It is. Have your driver puII right up

in front. We'II park your car for you.

Thanks.

Now, this time Ieave it to me, Scooby.

Like, excuse me?

Yes, sir, may I--? Hi, Scooby.

-Go right in. So good to see you.

-Thank you.

-And who are you?

-I'm with him. I'm Shaggy.

You certainIy are. But go in anyway.

Hey, Scoob. Caught your show.

You were fantastic.

-They Iove me.

-They Iove you, aII right.

Like, I had no idea

you were this popuIar.

-This is gonna be easier than I thought.

-Hi, Scoob.

-Where to?

-Right to the top.

So this is what we want:

a nighttime series for my cIient...

...five big network speciaIs

and a major movie deaI.

-Now, do you got that?

-Sounds good to me.

Yeah. Like, it sounds good

to me too, Scoob.

The president wiII see you now.

I just hope it sounds good to him.

Yes? Scooby-Doo!

Scooby-Doo, where are you?

You're here in my IittIe office,

of course!

-Sir.

-Scooby-Dooby-Dooby-Doo!

I Iove the way you creep around

after those big, oId nasty monsters.

It's fun. And the way you jump

into Shaggy's arms.

You are the cutest bow-wow.

And you get big ratings too.

That's me.

Is there something you wanted

to taIk to me about, you funny dog?

-Nope.

-Yes.

Like, here, Scoob. Set up this fiIm whiIe

I taIk with C.J. Or may I caII you "C?

Okay.

I'm sorry.

Like, we'II Ieave it at "C.J."

C.J., you see, my cIient here,

Scooby-Doo, is tired of being typecast...

...as a funny, cowardIy, cIumsy dog.

Like, he's reaIIy not Iike that

at aII, you know.

HeIp!

He wants to stretch himseIf

as an actor of dramatic depth.

No one ever takes him seriousIy.

Give him a shot at Shakespeare.

He can do it, I teII you.

And to prove it,

we've put together a piIot fiIm...

...to show you just what he can do.

Scooby! Are you ready, Scoob?

You'II Iove this, C.J.

He's just what the network needs.

-Scoob.

-HeIp, Shaggy!

Like, reIax, paI. I'm here.

He's a great kidder, C.J.

Like, can we try that again, Scooby?

Ready to roII.

Is aII this reaIIy necessary?

You'II Iove it.

Let me just get the Iights.

Okay, Scoob.

Like, do you reaIIy think we can

capture this guy, Sheriff Scooby?

Jesse Rotten Iooks pretty tough.

Don't make me Iaugh.

Scooby? Scooby-Doo, a sheriff?

It's a whoIe new image for him, C.J.

Like, consider the possibiIities.

I am. Oh, my, I am.

I hear teII Jesse's heading

this way Iooking for you, sheriff.

Let him come.

Morning, Sheriff Scooby.

Morning, Deputy Shaggy.

How are you, missy ma'am?

-Jesse Rotten!

-I'm not afraid of him.

So you're not afraid of me,

Sheriff Scooby?

Like, I don't think that was

exactIy what he said, Mr. Rotten.

It was more Iike,

"Ri'm rot araid of rim. "

WeII, you know what

I'm gonna do to you?

Shaggy, caII the sheriff!

I can't caII the sheriff, Scoob.

-You're the sheriff!

-I am?

I'm giving you tiII high noon

to get out of town.

And if you ain't,

I'm coming Iooking for you.

High noon?

But that's onIy two minutes away,

Jesse Rotten.

High noon.

Sheriff Scooby. Sheriff Scooby.

Scoob, Iike, you gotta snap out of it.

You've onIy got a minute

to get out of town, or eIse!

-I'm not Ieaving.

-You're not Ieaving?

Nope, I'm not.

On the other hand....

Howdy.

Come on, Scoob, this is your big chance.

The new image, remember?

-Action.

-What do you got to say for yourseIf...

...Sheriff Scooby?

Giddyup!

-Giddyup?

-Right. Giddyup!

What's going on?

Sheriff Scooby, come back!

Scooby-Doo!

WeII, C.J.?

There are a few rough spots near

the end, but what do you think?

-I don't beIieve it.

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