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TitleThe Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons, Third Edition
ISBN 139780816065998
CategoryArts - Film
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Table of Contents
                            Contents
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
A Nutshell History of the American Animated Cartoon
Silent Cartoon Series
Theatrical Sound Cartoon Series
Full-Length Animated Features
Animated Television Specials
Television Cartoon Series
Awards and Honors
Milestones of Animation
Selected Bibliography
Index
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THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF
ANIMATED CARTOONS

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fame) and writer-animator John Davis. An O Entertainment Pro-
duction. Color. Half-hour. Premiered on ABC: December 13, 1997.

Voices
Santa Claus: Jonathan Winters; Security Elf: Mark Decarlo;
Tour Guide Elf: Ben Stein; Communications Elf: Victoria Jack-
son; Narrator: Don LeFontaine

fi THE SAVIOR IS BORN
Morgan Freeman reads this poignant retelling of Mary and Joseph’s
journey to Bethlehem culminating in the birth of Jesus. Part of
Rabbit Ears Video’s Holiday Classics video series, the program
debuted on The Family Channel. A Rabbit Ears Video Production.
Color. Half-hour. Premiered on FAM: December 24, 1992.

Voices
Narrator: Morgan Freeman

fi SCARY GODMOTHER: HALLOWEEN
SPOOKTAKULAR

The first of two 3-D CGI-animated hour-long specials—adapted
from artist Jill Thompson’s well-known children’s book and comic-
books—follows the first trick-or-treating adventure of a young
Hannah Marie, who ditches her older, mean cousin/babysitter,
Jimmy, in the basement of a haunted house, only to enjoy an
unforgettable Halloween party with Scary Godmother and her
famous monster friends, Skully Pettibone, Harry the Werewolf,
Orson, Bug-A-Boo and others, while Jimmy’s scheme to frighten
her backfires.

Produced by Canada’s Mainframe Entertainment in 2003, the
entertaining spookfest made its U.S. television debut in October
2004 on Cartoon Network. In October 2005, the special was
broadcast on Halloween as part of a spooky double-feature that
included a rebroadcast of the second special, Scary Godmother 2:
The Revenge of Jimmy, which premiered earlier in the month. A
Mainframe Entertainment Production. Color. One hour. Premiered on
CAR: October 1, 2004. Rebroadcast on CAR: October 31, 2005;
October 6, 2006; October 31, 2006.

Voices
Scary Godmother/Ruby: Tabitha St. Germain; Hannah: Britt
McKillip; Skully Pettibone/Count Max: Scott McNeil; Orson,
Count Max’s Son: Adam Pospisil; Harry the Werewolf/Bug-A-
Boo: Gary Chalk

fi SCARY GODMOTHER 2: THE REVENGE
OF JIMMY

The second of two hour-long computer-animated specials, based
on author Jill Thompson’s acclaimed children’s book and comic
book series, with Scary Godmother planning to host another spec-
tacular spooky Halloween party, which Hannah’s cousin, Jimmy,
hopes to spoil this time with his dastardly plan. Premiering on
Cartoon Network in early October 2005, the spooky special was
rebroadcast numerous times by itself, and also as a part of a double
feature on Halloween with the first special produced two years
earlier, Scary Godmother: Halloween Spooktakular. A Mainframe
Entertainment Production. Color. One hour. Premiered on CAR:
October 7, 2005. Rebroadcast on CAR: October 10, 2005; October
18, 2005; October 30, 2005; October 31, 2005.

Voices
Harry the Werewolf/Bug-A-Boo: Gary Chalk; Skully Pettibone/
Count Max: Scott McNeil; Orson, Count Max’s son: Adam
Pospisil; Scary Godmother: Tabitha St. Germain

fi SCOOBY AND THE GHOUL SCHOOL
Scooby-Doo, Shaggy and Scrappy-Doo get mixed up with monsters
when they accept jobs as gym teachers at a girls’ finishing school in
this two-hour made-for-television movie. Part of Hanna-Barbera’s
Superstars 10 movie package for first-run syndication. A Hanna-
Barbera Production. Color. Two hours. Premiered: 1988. Syndicated.

Voices
Scooby-Doo/Scrappy-Doo: Don Messick; Shaggy: Casey Kasem;
Miss Grimwood: Glynis Johns; Elsa Frankensteen: Pat Musick;
Winnie Werewolf: Marilyn Schreffler; Sibella Dracula: Susan
Blu; Tannis the Mummy: Patty Maloney; Phantasma the Phan-
tom: Russi Taylor; Matches/Papa Werewolf: Frank Welker; Colo-
nel Calloway: Ronnie Schell; Daddy Dracula/Frankenstein
Senior: Zale Kessler; Phantom Father: Hamilton Camp; Mummy
Daddy/The Grim Creeper: Andre Stojka; Revolta: Ruta Lee;
Baxter: Rene Auberjonois; Tug: Scott Menville; Miguel: Aaron
Lohr; Jamaal: Bumper Robinson; Grunt: Jeff B. Cohen

fi SCOOBY-DOO AND THE ALIEN INVADERS
Scooby-Doo and company are stranded in a remote desert town
and find themselves searching for clues about the mystery of alien
invaders in this third in a series of direct-to-video cartoon features
based on Hanna-Barbera’s popular Saturday-morning franchise.
The 80-minute film debuted on Cartoon Network. A Hanna-Bar-
bera Cartoons Production for Warner Home Video. Color. Eighty
minutes. Premiered on CAR: October 2000.

Voices
Scooby-Doo/Shaggy Rogers: Scott Innes; Fred Jones: Frank
Welker; Daphne Blake: Mary Kay Bergman; Velma Dinkley: B. J.
Ward; Lester: Jeff Bennett; Crystal: Candi Milo; Steve: Mark
Hamill; Laura: Audrey Wasilewski; Max: Kevin Michael Richard-
son; Dottie: Jennifer Hale; Sergio: Neil Ross

fi SCOOBY-DOO AND THE CYBERCHASE
The Mystery, Inc., gang—Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and
Velma—embark on one of their most electrifying adventures (lit-
erally) after being zapped into a computer game in pursuit of the
game’s virtual villain, Phantom Virus, in this fourth direct-to-
video feature and last “official” production by Hanna-Barbera
Studios, which was folded into Warner Bros. Animation after the
death of cofounder William Hanna in 2001. A Hanna-Barbera
Cartoons Production for Warner Home Video. Color. Seventy-five
minutes. Premiered on CAR: October 2001.

Santa and the Snowman square off in a scene from the ABC holiday
special Santa vs. the Snowman. © O Entertainment

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Voices
Scooby-Doo/Cyber Scooby-Doo/Shaggy Rogers/Cyber Shaggy
Rogers: Scott Innes; Fred Jones/Cyber Fred Jones: Frank Welker;
Daphne Blake/Cyber Daphne Blake: Grey DeLisle; Velma Din-
kley/Cyber Velma Dinkley: B. J. Ward; Officer Wembley: Joe
Alaskey; Eric Staufer: Bob Bergen; Professor Robert Kaufman:
Tom Kane; Bill McLemore: Mikey Kelley; Phantom Virus: Gary
Sturgis

fi SCOOBY-DOO AND THE LEGEND OF THE
VAMPIRE

Masquerading as a heavy metal band, Those Meddling Kids,
Scooby-Doo and the gang travel to a music festival in Australia
where a legendary vampire, Yowie Yahoo, is kidnapping musical
acts in this fifth direct-to-video Scooby-Doo animated feature
released in February 2003 and produced by Cartoon Network Stu-
dios and Hanna-Barbera cofounder Joseph Barbera that premiered
that March on Cartoon Network. A Cartoon Network Studios Pro-
duction for Warner Home Video. Color. Seventy-two minutes. Pre-
miered on CAR: March 4, 2003.

Voices
Scooby-Doo/Fred Jones: Frank Welker; Shaggy Rogers: Casey
Kasem; Daphne Blake: Heather North; Velma Dinkley: Nicole
Jaffe; Daniel Illiwara: Phil LaMarr; Jasper Ridgeway: Jeff Ben-
nett; Malcolm Illiwara/Yowie Yahoo: Kevin Michael Richardson;
Thorn: Jennifer Hale; Dusk: Jane Wiedlin; Luna: Kimberly
Brooks; Russell/Dark Skull: Michael Neill; Harry/Stormy
Weathers and Barry/Lightning Strikes: Tom Kenny

fi SCOOBY-DOO AND THE LOCH NESS
MONSTER

On vacation in Scotland, the Mystery, Inc., gang (Scooby-Doo,
Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma) encounter the famed Loch Ness
Monster, or so they think, while trying to unravel one of history’s
greatest unsolved mysteries in this seventh in a series of direct-to-
video cartoon features that premiered on Cartoon Network two
days before its video release in June 2004. A Warner Bros. Anima-
tion Production for Warner Home Video. Color. Seventy-four minutes.
Premiered on CAR: June 22, 2004.

Voices
Scooby-Doo/Fred Jones: Frank Welker; Shaggy Rogers: Casey
Kasem; Daphne Blake: Grey DeLisle; Velma Dinkley: Mindy
Cohn; Professor Fiona Pembrooke: Sheena Easton; Del Chill-
man/Sir Ian Locksley: Jeff Bennett; Angus Haggart: Phil LaMarr;
Colin Haggart: John DiMaggio; Duncan MacGubbin/Mcintyre:
Michael Bell

fi SCOOBY-DOO AND THE MONSTER OF
MEXICO

Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma take on Mexico’s
towering legendary Chupacabra monster that is terrifying locals
and tourists with their clues leading them into danger in this sixth
direct-to-video feature that also debuted on Cartoon Network. A
Warner Bros. Animation Production for Warner Home Video. Color.
Seventy-five minutes. Premiered on CAR: September 30, 2003.

Voices
Scooby-Doo/Fred Jones: Frank Welker; Shaggy Rogers: Casey
Kasem; Daphne Blake: Heather North; Velma Dinkley: Nicole
Jaffe; Jorge Otero: Brandon Gonzalez; Luis Otero: Jesse Borrego;
Charlene Otero/Museum Guide: Candi Milo; Doña Dolores:
Rita Moreno; Sofia Otero: Maria Canals; Mr. Smiley/Ghost of

Señor Otero: Rip Taylor; Señor Fuente: Castulo Guerra; El
Curandero: Benito Martinez; Alejo Otero: Eddie Santiago

fi SCOOBY AND THE RELUCTANT
WEREWOLF

Scooby-Doo and Shaggy are funny-car drivers, who get into mon-
strous trouble involving a new werewolf. Produced for Hanna-
Barbera’s Superstar 10 movie package for first-run syndication. A
Hanna-Barbera Production. Color. Two hours. Premiered: 1988.
Syndicated. Rebroadcast on TBS: December 13, 1992. Rebroadcast on
CAR: March 12, 1995 (Mr. Spim’s Cartoon Theatre). Rebroadcast
on DIS: October 31, 1996; October 31, 1997.

Voices
Scooby-Doo/Scrappy-Doo: Don Messick; Shaggy: Casey Kasem;
Googie: B.J. Ward; Vana Pira: Pat Musick; Dracula: Hamilton
Camp; Dreadonia: Joan Gerber; Repulsa: B.J. Ward; Bonejangles:
Brian Mitchell; Frankenstein/Skull Head: Jim Cummings; Mummy:
Alan Oppenheimer; Brunch: Rob Paulsen; Crunch: Frank Welker;
Screamer: Mimi Seton; Dr. Jeckyll/Mr. Hyde: Ed Gilbert

fi SCOOBY-DOO AND THE WITCH’S GHOST
Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma are invited by a
famous horror writer, Ben Ravencroft, to investigate the frightfully
strange goings-on of a witch’s ghost that is haunting the quaint
New England village where he lives in this second direct-to-video
animated feature released on home video on October 5, 1999 and
also broadcast that Halloween on Cartoon Network. A Hanna-
Barbera Cartoons/Warner Bros. Television Animation Production for
Warner Home Video. Color. Seventy minutes. Premiered on CAR:
October 31, 1999.

Voices
Scooby-Doo/Shaggy Rogers: Scott Innes; Fred Jones: Frank
Welker; Daphne Blake: Mary Kay Bergman; Velma Dinkley: B. J.
Ward; Ben Ravencroft: Tim Curry; Dusk: Jane Wiedlin; Thorn:
Jennifer Hale; Sarah Ravencroft: Tress MacNeille; Jack: Bob
Joles; Mr. McKnight: Peter Renaday; Mayor Corey: Neil Ross

fi A SCOOBY-DOO CHRISTMAS
After staying at Daphne’s uncle’s condo in the quaint town of Win-
ter Hollow, Scooby-Doo and the gang quickly find that a ghostly
headless snowman is terrorizing the locals, destroying their homes
and ruining their holiday spirit. The brand-new half-hour holiday
special, featuring the guest voices of Jim Belushi, Mark Hamill,
Peter Scolari and Kathy Kinney, debuted in 2002 on Kids’ WB! A
Warner Bros. Animation Production. Color. Half-hour. Premiered on
Kids’ WB!: December 13, 2002. Rebroadcast on the WB! (Kids’ WB!):
December 18, 2003; December 25, 2004; December 16, 2005.

Voices
Scooby-Doo/Freddy Jones: Frank Welker; Norville “Shaggy”
Rodgers: Casey Kasem; Velma Dinkley: Mindy Cohn; Daphne
Blake: Grey DeLisle; Tommy: Daryl Sabara; Mortimer, Tommy’s
father: Mark Hamill; Professor William Fagan Higginson: Peter
Scolari; Sheriff Ellen Perkins: Kathy Kinney; Asa Buchwald: Jim
Belushi; Jeb: M. Emmet Walsh; Headless Snowman of Winter
Hollow: Frank Welker

fi SCOOBY-DOO IN WHERE’S MY MUMMY?
When archaeologist and supersleuth Velma goes to Egypt to
restore an ancient Sphinx statue, she finds more than she bar-
gained for when she uncovers a lost ruby ankh necklace originally
owned by Cleopatra (voiced by Oscar-winning actress Virginia
Madsen)—with the help of Scooby, Shaggy, Fred and Daphne who

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Arthur the aardvark confronts and solves problems in the half-
hour PBS cartoon series Arthur. © 1997 WGBH Educational
Foundation and CINAR Productions. All rights reserved.
(Courtesy: CInar FIlMs)

Popular recording stars Alvin and the Chipmunks in a scene
from their 1960s animated series The Alvin Show. © 1961
Bagdasarian Productions. (Courtesy: BagDasarIan
proDuCtIons)

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A pull-string cowboy sheriff toy, Woody, and
a flying spaceman toy, Buzz Lightyear, and
their toy friends, Bo Peep, Slinky, Mr. Potato
Head, Hamm, Lenny, Mr. Spell and others
come to life in Pixar Animation’s international
smash hit and first all-computer, full-length
feature ever, Toy Story, released by Walt
Disney’s Buena Vista Pictures. © Walt Disney
Studios. All rights reserved.

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