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Scrappy doo

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Scrappy-Doo Colour Model Animation Cel, 1979

For such a tiny little pup, Scrappy-Doo sure made a big impact! His popularity has risen and fallen over the years... initially a break-out star on the cartoon, he was once voted as the "Most hated cartoon character" in an online poll. Now it seems there is a resurgence in his popularity as age makes us recall the days of our youth more kindly!

Scrappy-Doo Fighting Sticker. "Lemme at 'em! The brave, energetic, and powerful nephew of Scooby-Doo, puppy Scrappy!

Scrappy-Doo Fighting Sticker. "Lemme at 'em! The brave, energetic, and powerful nephew of Scooby-Doo, puppy Scrappy!

Scooby holding Scrappy

This article is about the relationship. For other uses, see Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (disambiguation). Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo are uncle and nephew, and both members of Mystery Inc. for a year. They, along with Shaggy Rogers, embarked on their own adventures (some of which as detectives for the Fearless Detective Agency), before forming the Scooby-Doo Detective Agency, with Daphne Blake. Scooby and Scrappy shared a strong father-son-like bond ever since they met. Scooby cares for…

Scrappy Doo could never quite step from his uncle's formidable mystery solving shadow... sad, but true.

Scooby-Doo is an animated series produced for Saturday morning television in several different names and incarnations from 1969 to the present. The original series, Scooby Doo Where Are You!, was created for Hanna-Barbera Productions by writers Joe Ruby and Ken Spears, CBS executive Fred Silverman, and character designer Iwao Takamoto. Hanna-Barbara and its successor, Warner Bros. Animation, have produced numerous follow-up and spin-off animated series and several related works, including…

Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Color Model Animation Art (Hanna-Barbera, 1979)

"Ta-dadada-ta-dah... Puppy Power!" The diminutive Scrappy-Doo saves his Uncle Scooby yet again in this great Publicity Cel/Color Model Cel from the H-B Studios Ink and Paint Department. It was produced at the time of Scrappy-Doo's introduction to the Scooby-Doo TV show in 1979. The hand-painted cel is placed on a fantastic printed background for presentation purposes.