The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour

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The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour
The Scooby and ScrappyDoo Puppy Hour.jpg
Genre Animation
Directed by Charles A. Nichols
Rudy Larriva
Voices of Casey Kasem
Don Messick
Frank Welker
Michael Bell
Billy Jacoby
Peter Cullen
Nancy McKeon
Composer(s) Dean Elliott
Hoyt Curtin
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 13 (52 segments)
Executive producer(s) William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Joe Ruby
Ken Spears
Producer(s) Joe Ruby
Ken Spears
Running time 60 minutes
Production company(s) Hanna-Barbera Productions
Ruby-Spears Enterprises
Distributor Taft Broadcasting (original)
Worldvision Enterprises (former)
Turner Broadcasting (former)
Warner Bros. Television (current)
Original network ABC
Original release September 25, 1982 – September 3, 1983
Preceded by The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show
Followed by Scary Scooby Funnies
The Puppy's Further Adventures

The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour is a 60-minute Saturday morning animated package show produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and Ruby-Spears Enterprises and broadcast on ABC from September 25, 1982 to September 3, 1983.


The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour contained the following three segments:

  • Scooby & Scrappy-Doo (Hanna-Barbera): Scooby-Doo, Scrappy-Doo and Shaggy Rogers travel across the country as the "Fearless Detective Agency" and get involved in typical spy or criminal cases.
  • Scrappy & Yabba-Doo (Hanna-Barbera): Scrappy-Doo's adventures with his uncle Yabba-Doo and Deputy Dusty in the wild west.
  • The Puppy's New Adventures (Ruby-Spears): The adventures of Petey the Puppy and his friends Dolly, Dash, Duke and Lucky as they travel around the world together searching for his young owner Tommy and his family.

The Scooby/Scrappy-related shorts were written and voiced at Hanna-Barbera, but animated and edited by Ruby-Spears.


The first half-hour consisted of a 7-minute Scrappy & Yabba-Doo episode placed between two 7-minute Scooby & Scrappy-Doo episodes followed by a 30-minute episode of The Puppy's New Adventures in the second half-hour.[1]

  1. "Maltese Mackerel" / "Dumb Waiter Caper" / "Yabba's Rustle Hustle" / "The Treasure of the Ancient Ruins" (September 25, 1982)
  2. "Catfish Burglar Caper" / "Movie Monster Menace" / "Mine Your Own Business" / "The Puppy's Dangerous Mission" (October 2, 1982)
  3. "Super Teen Shaggy" / "Basketball Bumblers" / "Tragic Magic" / "The American Puppy in Paris" (October 9, 1982)
  4. "Beauty Contest Caper" / "Stake-out at the Take-out" / "Runaway Scrappy" / "The Puppy and the Pirates" (October 16, 1982)
  5. "Who's Scooby-Doo?" / "Double Trouble Date" / "Slippery Dan the Escape Man" / "The Mystery of the Wailing Cat" (October 23, 1982)
  6. "Cable Car Caper" / "Muscle Trouble" / "Low-Down Showdown" / "The Puppy's Australian Adventure" (October 30, 1982)
  7. "Comic Book Caper" / "Misfortune Teller" / "Vild Vest Vampire" / "The Puppy and the Reluctant Bull" (November 6, 1982)
  8. "A Gem of a Case" / "From Bad to Curse" / "Tumbleweed Derby" / "The Puppy's Hong Kong Adventure" (November 13, 1982)
  9. "Disappearing Car Caper" / "Scooby-Doo and Genie-Poo" / "Law & Disorder" / "Honolulu Puppy" (November 20, 1982)
  10. "Close Encounter of the Worst Kind" / "Captain Canine Caper" / "Alien Schmalien" / "The Puppy's Great Escape" (November 27, 1982)
  11. "The Incredible Cat Lady Caper" / "Picnic Poopers" / "Go East Young Pardner" / "The Puppy's Great Race" (December 4, 1982)
  12. "One Million Years Before Lunch" / "Where's the Werewolf" / "Up A Crazy River" / "The Puppy's Amazon Adventure" (December 11, 1982)
  13. "Hoedown Showdown" / "Snow Job Too Small" / "Bride and Gloom" / "Petey and the 101 Seals" (December 18, 1982)


Scooby & Scrappy-Doo / Scrappy & Yabba-Doo:

The Puppy's New Adventures:


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