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    "Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics" End Credits Question

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    Going by the production credits for Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics, alongside some of the contributors to 1976's The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour, a significant portion of the contributors from both Scooby-Doo, Where Are You and season 1 of The New Scooby-Doo Movies are also given credit here. The credits will be typed out here for convenience.

    Executive Producers: Joseph Barbera and William Hanna
    Director: Charles A. Nichols
    Creative Producer: Iwao Takamoto
    "Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels" and "Dynomutt, Dog Wonder" Created by: Joe Ruby and Ken Spears
    Associate Producers: Alex Lovy, Art Scott, Lew Marshall
    Story Editors: Andy Heyward, Norman Maurer, Ray Parker, Duane Poole, Dick Robbins, Joe Ruby, Ken Spears
    Story: (Odd-numbered episodes) Neal Barbera, Larz Bourne, Bill Butler, Tom Dagenais, Earl Doud, Fred Freiberger, Donald Glut, Dave Ketchum, Larry Markes, Jack Mendelsohn, Duane Poole, Dalton Sandifer, John Strong, Paul West
    Story: (Even-numbered episodes) Haskell Barkin, Jameson Brewer, Dick Conway, Tony DiMarco, Ruth Flippen, Willie Gilbert, Orville Hampton, Bill Lutz, Jeff Maurer, Lee Orgel, Dick Robbins, Deirdre Starlight, Gene Thompson, Harry Winkler
    (Uncredited Story: Michael Maurer, Norman Maurer, Ray Parker)
    Story Direction: (Odd-numbered episodes) Bill Ackerman, Ron Campbell, Carl Fallberg, David Hanan, M. Mike Kawaguchi, Michael O'Connor, George Singer, Paul Sommer, Howard Swift, Kay Wright
    Story Direction: (Even-numbered episodes) Alvaro Arce, Steve Clark, Jan Green, Cullen Houghtaling, Tom Knowles, Don Sheppard, Bob Singer, Irv Spector, Wendell Washer
    Recording Directors: Wally Burr, Alex Lovy, Art Scott
    Voices: (Odd-numbered episodes) John Astin, Julie Bennett, Mel Blanc, Ted Cassidy, Henry Corden, Stefanianna Christopherson, Mickey Dolenz, Joan Gerber, Florence Halop, Pat Harrington, Hettie Lynn Hurtes, Nicole Jaffe, Ann Jillian, Casey Kasem, Jim MacGeorge, Julie McWhirter, Don Messick, Heather North, Gary Owens, Vic Perrin, Alan Reed, Mike Road, Ronnie Schell, Hal Smith, John Stephenson, Susan Steward, Jean Vander Pyl, Janet Waldo, Frank Welker, Bill Woodson
    Voices: (Even-numbered episodes) Michael Bell, Joe Besser, Daws Butler, Jackie Coogan, Regis Cordic, Scatman Crothers, Ron Feinberg, Virginia Gregg, Larry Harmon, Bob Holt, Linda Hutson, Ralph James, Carolyn Jones, Ted Knight, Larry McCormick, Allan Melvin, Shirley Mitchell, Alan Oppenheimer, Laurel Page, Cindy Putnam, Barry Richards, George A. Robertson, Jr., Marilyn Schreffler, Olan Soule, Pat Stevens, Michael Stull, Vincent Van Patten, Vernee Watson, Lennie Weinrib
    Title Design: Bill Perez
    Graphics: Iraj Paran
    Musical Direction: Hoyt Curtin, Ted Nichols
    Musical Supervision: Paul DeKorte, La La Productions
    Character Design: Bob Singer, Dick Ung, Alex Toth, Lew Ott, Steve Nakagawa, Donna Zeller
    Layout Supervision: John Ahern
    Layout: (Odd-numbered episodes) Pete Alvarado, Alvaro Arce, Dick Bickenbach, Al Budnick, Charles Downs, Owen Fitzgerald, Jim Fletcher, Drew Gentle, Rick Gonzales, Paul Gruwell, Kirk Henderson, Jack Huber, Alex Ignatiev, Ray Jacobs, Homer Jonas, Bill Lignante, Warren Marshall, Jim Mueller, Dan Noonan, Greg Reyna, Tom Roth, Glen Schmitz, Terry Slade, Martin Taras, Mario Uribe, Wendell Washer
    Layout: (Even-numbered episodes) Hal Ambro, Dale Barnhart, John Bruno, Nino Carbe, Hak Ficq, Bob Foster, Rene Garcia, Moe Gollub, George Goode, C. L. Hartman, Gary Hoffman, Larry Huber, Ziggy Jablecki, Herb Johnson, M. Mike Kawaguchi, Jack Manning, Rosemary McElmurry, Floyd Norman, Tony Rivera, Linda Rowley, Tony Sgroi, Adam Szwejkowski, Dean Thompson, John Walker, George Wheeler
    (Uncredited Layout: Mike Arens, Steve Nakagawa, Lew Ott, Bob Singer, Al Wilson)
    Unit Direction: Ray Patterson
    Animation Supervision: Bill Keil, Jay Sarbry, Peter Aries
    Assistant Animation Supervision: Bob Goe
    Animation Coordination: John Boersema
    Animation: (Odd-numbered episodes) Ed Aardal, Carlos Alfonso, Ed Barge, Bob Bemiller, O. E. Callahan, George Cannata, Bob Carr, Steve Clark, Jesse Cosio, Maria Dail, Edward DeMattia, Izzy Ellis, Marcia Fertig, Kenneth Gaebler, John Garling, Mark Glamack, Fernando Gonzalez, Alan Green, Bob Hathcock, Terry Harrison, Volus Jones, Ernesto Lopez, Tony Love, Ken Muse, Margaret Nichols, Eduardo Olivares, Joan Orbison, Rod Parkes, Anna Lois Ray, Morey Reden, George Rowley, Ed Soloman, Irv Spence, Dave Tendlar, Rich Trueblood, Carlo Vinci, Russ Von Neida, James Wang
    Animation: (Even-numbered episodes) Ray Abrams, Frank Andrina, Tom Barnes, Robert Bransford, Lars Calonius, Rudy Cataldi, Joanna Combellick, Jim Davis, Daniel De La Vega, Joan Drake, Lillian Evans, Hugh Fraser, Miguel Garcia, Zdenko Gasparovich, George Goepper, Fred Grable, Jack Hadley, Jerry Hathcock, Bill Hutten, Hicks Lokey, Ed Love, Dick Lundy, Constantin Mustatea, Bill Nunes, Frank Onaitis, Ed Parks, Ray Patterson, Tom Ray, Veve Risto, Jay Sarbry, Ken Southworth, Leo Sullivan, Dick Thompson, Lloyd Vaughan, Norton Virgien, Allen Wilzbach, Xenia
    (Uncredited Animation: Hal Ambro, Charles Downs, Bob Goe, Lenn Redman, Bill Reed, Arnulfo Rivera, Bob Trochim, John Walker)
    Background Supervision: Al Gmuer
    Backgrounds: (Odd-numbered episodes) Cathleen Alfaro, Daniela Bielecka, Dennis Durrell, Bob Gentle, David High, Richard Khim, Gary Niblett, Walt Peregoy, Andy Phillipson, Gary Selvecchio, Marilyn Shimokochi, Peter Van Elk
    Backgrounds: (Even-numbered episodes) Fernando Arce, Jim Coleman, Rene Garcia, Gino Giudice, Alison Julian, Fernando Montealegre, Rolly Oliva, Curtis Perkins, Michael Reinman, Eric Semones, Dick Thomas, Dennis Venizelos
    (Uncredited Backgrounds: Ron Dias, Gloria Wood)
    Checking and Scene Planning: Evelyn Sherwood
    Xerography: Star Wirth, Robert "Tiger" West
    Ink and Paint Supervision: Billie Kerns, Roberta Greutert
    Sound Direction: Richard Olson, Bill Getty
    Camera: (Odd-numbered episodes) George Epperson, Jerry Smith, John Aardal, Charles Flekal, Ron Jackson, Ralph Migliori, Cliff Shirpser, Roy Wade
    Camera: (Even-numbered episodes) George Epperson, Jerry Smith, Dick Blundell, Curt Hall, Bill Kotler, Frank Paiker, Norman Stainback, Dennis Weaver
    (Uncredited Camera: Jerry Whittington)
    Supervising Film Editors: Dick Elliott, Larry Cowan, Chip Yaras
    Film Editors: (Odd-numbered episodes) Richard Allen, Earl Bennett, Milton Krear, Terry Moore, Joe Sandusky, Greg Watson
    Film Editors: (Even-numbered episodes) Ted Baker, Tom Gleason, Karla McGregor, Ron Sawade, David Stone
    Dubbing Supervision: Pat Foley
    Negative Consultant: William E. DeBoer
    Production Manager: Jayne Barbera
    Post Production Supervision: Joed Eaton

    A HANNA-BARBERA PRODUCTION
    © 1977 HANNA-BARBERA PRODUCTIONS, INC.

    I wonder if, because of the presence of the combined credits from earlier Scooby-Doo shows, that there may have been reruns of Scooby segments both of Scooby-Doo Where Are You and The New Scooby-Doo Movies mixed in with both the new for 1977 Scooby episodes as well as the 1976 reruns that used to be part of The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClassicTVMan1981 View Post
    I wonder if, because of the presence of the combined credits from earlier Scooby-Doo shows, that there may have been reruns of Scooby segments both of Scooby-Doo Where Are You and The New Scooby-Doo Movies mixed in with both the new for 1977 Scooby episodes as well as the 1976 reruns that used to be part of The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour?
    Yes, there were. This was all that I could find. It was from copyright listings.


    Scooby's All-Star Laff-a-Lympics
    (Some episode titles, unknown order within the episodes)

    09/10/77 SDLA-1
    Laff-a-Lympics: Swiss Alps / Tokyo, Japan
    Scooby-Doo: Hang in There, Scooby Doo
    The Blue Falcon and Dynomutt: Beastwoman, Part 1
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels:

    09/17/77 SDLA-2
    Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?: That's Snow Ghost (R)
    Laff-a-Lympics: Acapulco / England
    Scooby-Doo: The Ozark Witch Switch
    The Blue Falcon and Dynomutt: Beastwoman, Part 2
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels:

    09/24/77 SDLA-3
    Laff-a-Lympics: Sahara / Scotland
    Scooby-Doo: The Curse of Viking Lake
    The Blue Falcon and Dynomutt: The Glob, Part 1
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels:

    10/01/77 SDLA-4
    Laff-a-Lympics: Florida / China
    Scooby-Doo: The Spooky Case of the Grand Prix Race
    The Blue Falcon and Dynomutt: The Glob, Part 2
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels:

    10/08/77 SDLA-5
    Laff-a-Lympics: France / Austraila
    Scooby-Doo: The Creepy Heap from the Deep
    The Blue Falcon and Dynomutt: Madame Ape Face, Part 1
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels:

    10/15/77 SDLA-6
    Laff-a-Lympics: Athens / Ozarks
    Scooby-Doo: Vampires, Bats and Scaredy Cats
    The Blue Falcon and Dynomutt: Madame Ape Face, Part 2
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels: Double Dribble Riddle

    10/22/77 SDLA-7
    Laff-a-Lympics: Italy / Kittyhawk, North Carolina
    Scooby-Doo: The Chiller Diller Movie Thriller
    The Blue Falcon and Dynomutt: Shadowman, Part 1
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels:

    10/29/77 SDLA-8
    Laff-a-Lympics: Egypt / Sherwood Forest
    Scooby-Doo: Creepy Cruise
    The Blue Falcon and Dynomutt: Shadowman, Part 2
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels:

    11/05/77 SDLA-9
    Laff-a-Lympics: Spain / Himalayas
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels: Cavey and the Kabuta Clue

    11/12/77 SDLA-10
    Laff-a-Lympics: India / Israel
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels: Cavey and the Weirdo Wolfman

    11/19/77 SDLA-11
    Laff-a-Lympics: Africa / San Francisco
    Scooby-Doo: Scared a Lot in Camelot (R)
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels: The Fur Freight Fright

    11/26/77 SDLA-12
    Laff-a-Lympics: Grand Canyon / Ireland
    Scooby-Doo: Watt a Shocking Ghost (R)
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels: The Disappearing Elephant Mystery

    12/03/77 SDLA-13
    Laff-a-Lympics: Hawaii / Norway
    Dynomutt, Dog Wonder: The Awful Ordeal with the Head of Steel (R)
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels: Ride 'em Caveman

    12/10/77 SDLA-14
    Laff-a-Lympics: North Pole / Tahiti
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels: The Strange Case of the Creature from Space

    12/17/77 SDLA-15
    Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?: Spooky Space Kook (R)
    Dynomutt, Dog Wonder: Factory Recall (R)
    Laff-a-Lympics: Arizona / Holland

    12/24/77 SDLA-16
    Laff-a-Lympics: Quebec / Bagdad
    Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels: Playing Footsie with Bigfoot
    (Insert plug here)

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    And here's the production credits for the 1978 90-minute version, Scooby's All-Stars:

    Executive Producers: Joseph Barbera and William Hanna
    Producers: Don Jurwich, Alex Lovy, Art Scott
    Directors: Ray Patterson, Carl Urbano, Nick Nichols
    Creative Producer: Iwao Takamoto
    "Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels" Created by: Joe Ruby and Kenny Spears
    Story Editors: Tom Dagenais, Andy Heyward, Ray Parker, Duane Poole, Dick Robbins
    Story: Neal Barbera, Haskell Barkin, Joe Bonaduce, Larz Bourne, Chuck Couch, Tom Dagenais, Lee Davenport, Orville Hampton, Andy Heyward, Mark Jones, Joan Maurer, Michael Maurer, Norman Maurer, Bob Ogle, Ray Parker, Duane Poole, Paul Pumpian, Kimmer Ringwald, Dick Robbins, Jeffrey Scott, Susan "Misty" Stewart
    Story Direction: Bill Ackerman, Alvaro Arce, John Bruno, Ron Campbell, Bob Dranko, Jan Green, Michael O'Connor, Tom Patton, Don Sheppard, George Singer, Paul Sommer, Howard Swift, Tom Yakutis
    Recording Directors: Wally Burr, Art Scott
    Voices: (odd-numbered episodes) Marlene Aragon, Michael Bell, Julie Bennett, Joe Besser, Mel Blanc, Richard Blackburn, Daws Butler, Bill Callaway, Henry Corden, Scatman Crothers, Jeff David, Robert Denison, Al Fann, Joan Gerber, Virginia Gregg, Bob Hastings, Hilly Hicks, Bob Holt, Casey Kasem, Buddy Lester, Mario Machado, Chuck McCann, Allan Melvin, Don Messick
    Voices: (even-numbered episodes) Heather North, Alan Oppenheimer, Bill Overton, Gary Owens, Laurel Page, Vic Perrin, Barney Phillips, Richard Ramos, Alan Reed, Bob Ridgely, Michael Rye, Ronnie Schell, Marilyn Schreffler, Hal Smith, John Stephenson, Pat Stevens, Alexis Tramunti, John Vernon, Janet Waldo, Vernee Watson, Lennie Weinrib, Frank Welker, Bill Woodson
    Graphics: Iraj Paran, Tom Wogatzke
    Title Design: Bill Perez
    Musical Director: Hoyt Curtin
    Musical Supervisor: Paul DeKorte
    Character Design: Bob Singer, George Wheeler, Dick Ung, Alex Toth, Lew Ott
    Layout Supervision: John Ahern
    Key Layout: Larry Huber, Warren Marshall, Terry Morgan
    Layout: (odd-numbered episodes) Pete Alvarado, Hal Ambro, Tom Bailey, Dale Barnhart, Lyle Beddes, John Bruno, Al Budnick, Garnett Bugby, Nino Carbe, Tom Coppola, Todd Curtis, Cory Dangerfield, Chuck Downs, David Elvin, Hak Ficq, Owen Fitzgerald, Bob Foster, Rene Garcia, Drew Gentle, Simon Gittins, Moe Gollub, George Goode, Gordon Harrison, C. L. Hartman, Kirk Henderson, Jack Huber, Alex Ignatiev, Ray Jacobs, Homer Jonas, Mike Kawaguchi, Boyd Kirkland, Ruth Kissane
    Layout: (even numbered episodes) Brad Landreth, Bill Lignante, Jack Manning, Rosemary McElmurry, Jim Mueller, Lance Nolley, Dan Noonan, Floyd Norman, Lew Ott, Ted Pettengell, Gerard Pointak, Debra Pugh, Greg Reyna, Tom Roth, Gene Rowley, Linda Rowley, Keith Sargent, Glenn Schmitz, Peter See, Tony Sgroi, Doyle Shaw, Roy Smith, Martin Taras, Thomas Tholen, Dean Thompson, Greg Thurber, Toby, John Tucker, John Walker, Al Wilson, Grant Wilson, Ilych Yamov
    Animation Supervision: Bill Keil, Jay Sarbry, Tony Guy, Don Patterson
    Animation Direction: Maurice Pooley
    Animation Coordination: David Thwaytes, John Boersema
    Assistant Animation Supervision: Bob Goe
    Animation: (odd-numbered episodes) Ed Aardal, Fred Abranz, Hal Ambro, Frank Andrina, Ed Barge, Tom Barnes, Bob Bemiller, Bob Bransford, Oliver Callahan, Lars Calonius, Bill Carney, Bob Carr, Rudy Cataldi, Steve Clark, Bobby Clennell, Jesse Cosio, Daniel De La Vega, Edward DeMattia, Xenia DeMattia, Chuck Downs, Joan Drake, Lillian Evans, Marcia Fertig, Hugh Fraser, Kenneth Gaebler, Al Gaivoto, Miguel Garcia, Les Gibbard, Mark Glamack, Fernando Gonzalez, Fred Grable, Alan Green, Jack Hadley, Jeff Hall, Terry Harrison, Bob Hathcock, Fred Hellmich, Harry Holt, Spud Houston, Bill Hutten, Volus Jones
    Animation: (even-numbered episodes) Ray Kelly, Rick Leon, Hicks Lokey, Ernesto Lopez, Tony Love, Ken Muse, Constantin Mustatea, Frank Nakielski, Margaret Nichols, Eduardo Olivares, Frank Onaitis, Margaret Parkes, Don Patterson, John Perkins, Bill Pratt, Anna Lois Ray, Tom Ray, Morey Reden, Veve Risto, Arnulfo Rivera, Phil Robinson, Joanna Romersa, Ernie Schmidt, Alan Simpson, Ed Soloman, Ken Southworth, Mike Stribling, Leo Sullivan, Marie Szmichowska, Dave Tendlar, Dick Thompson, Pauline Trapmore, Rich Trueblood, Carlo Vinci, Norton Virgien, James Walker, John Walker, James Wang, Rosemary Welch, Mike Williams, Allen Wilzbach
    Background: Deborah Akers, Cathleen Alfaro, Fernando Arce, Daniela Bielecka, Dario Campanile, Jim Coleman, Dennis Durrell, Martin Forte, Bob Gentle, Ann Guenther, James Hegedus, James Hickey, Dave High, Paro Hozumi, Michael Humphries, Jimmy Johns, Alison Julian, Richard Khim, Walt Peregoy, Andy Phillipson, Bill Proctor, Michael Reinman, Jeff Richards, Jeff Riche, Craig Robertson, Sera Segal-Alsberg, Gary Selvecchio, Marilyn Shimokochi, Dick Thomas, Stephen Thompson, Peter Van Elk, Gloria Wood
    Background Supervision: Al Gmuer
    Checking and Scene Planning: Cindy Smith, Debbie Smith, Charlotte Finney, Evelyn Sherwood
    Xerography: Star Wirth
    Ink and Paint Supervision: Billie Kerns
    Sound Direction: Richard Olson, Bill Getty
    Camera: George Epperson, Jerry Smith, Reba Bement, Tom Epperson, Chuck Flekal, Curt Hall, Ron Jackson, Larry Smith, Terry Smith, Brandy Whittington, Jerry Whittington
    Supervising Film Editors: Larry C. Cowan, Dick Elliott
    Dubbing Supervision: Pat Foley
    Music Editors: W. R. Kowalchuk, Joe Sandusky, James Yaras
    Show Editor: Gil Iverson
    Negative Consultant: William E. DeBoer
    Effects Editors: (odd-numbered episodes) Tom Gleason, Scott Hecker, Milton Krear, Mark Mangini
    Effects Editors: (even-numbered episodes) Karla McGregor, Robert R. Rutledge, David Stone, Greg Watson
    Production Supervision: Jerry Smith
    Production Manager: Jayne Barbera
    Post Production Supervision: Joed Eaton

    A HANNA-BARBERA PRODUCTION
    © 1978 HANNA-BARBERA PRODUCTIONS, INC.


    Again, the first couple of shows had repeated traditional Scooby segments (from 1976 and 1977), while the revived Scooby-Doo, Where Are You (which opened with the 1969-1970 season title) was broadcast as its own program earlier in the schedule. Later on, SDWAY was added to the Scooby's All-Stars fold in certain markets.

    ~Ben
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClassicTVMan1981 View Post
    Later on, SDWAY was added to the Scooby's All-Stars fold in certain markets.
    The switch was made after eight weeks. It was the same everywhere.
    (Insert plug here)

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    I was taking a closer look at the closing themes on my DVDs of Laff-A-Lympics,

    The episode France and Australia, has the bumpers for "part 1" and "part 2" before
    each segments starts, and has a bumper for "next week" before the closing theme.
    Also noticed that the Australia episode ends with the "Scoobys All stars" closing?!?

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    It is also (somehow) strange that both Jeff David and Hilly Hicks from the H-B Godzilla series (the two respectively portrayed Capt. Carl Majors and Brock) also lent their voices somewhere in Scooby's All-Stars.

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    On the DVD, the episode Quebec / Bagdad has a title card bumper for "Part II" before the second half starts
    that none of the other episodes in season one have. It would have been nice if they inserted that in the others too.

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    I've recently purchased the Captain Caveman DVD. Just a quick question:

    In the S1 end credits of Scooby's All Star Laff-a-Lympics, does the end credits start with a short replay of the opening title? (as HB did with The All New Superfriends Hour and earlier shows from the 70's) or do we see the same portion from the 1978 credits from Scooby's All Stars where Scooby Doo and Captain Caveman appear in the same scene in a haunted area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doyng View Post
    I've recently purchased the Captain Caveman DVD. Just a quick question:

    In the S1 end credits of Scooby's All Star Laff-a-Lympics, does the end credits start with a short replay of the opening title? (as HB did with The All New Superfriends Hour and earlier shows from the 70's) or do we see the same portion from the 1978 credits from Scooby's All Stars where Scooby Doo and Captain Caveman appear in the same scene in a haunted area?
    We see the original respective closing credits (and with the original small Hanna-Barbera "Rainbow H-B" logo; the '78 and '80 shows have the Taft byline intact), but only from when the production credits start - you know, the "Executive Producers" screen. For the 1980 episodes, the '78 end title is used but with the C.B. Bears music playing over it. On the 1977 and '78 episodes, the end title music is also speeded up one half tone.

    All "Rainbow H-B" logos begin with this:


    The 1977 episodes, as part of the Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics fold, used this size of "Rainbow H-B" logo:


    The 1978 episodes, under the Scooby's All-Stars banner, had this variation of the above logo:


    The 1980 episodes of Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels, on DVD, unfortunately use the '78 credits (and thus the same logo as above), but the original ABC airings would actually use this logo, the "Swirling Star" (1979-81 version with "A Taft Broadcasting Company" byline):


    ~Ben
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    I'm aware of the logos from both seasons and the S3 music replacement (C.B. Bears theme).I watched half of the eps already. Thanks for your input, Ben.

    What my question is was there any replay of the original opening credits from S1 of Scooby's All Star Laff-a-Lympics that aired on ABC? I did notice that on the end credits from S1 was cut short (ditto for S2, since I did see the original full end credit sequence of the pilot episode from S1 from the episode Quebec/Baghdad which I caught on an CN airing of Boomerang, 1978 years ago). I know Hanna-Barbera would replay some of the opening credits, THEN go straight to the end credits with a still picture (examples of this: Superfriends' early seasons, Inch High, Goober, The New Scooby Doo Movies, and even Ruby Spears: Heathcliff and Marmaduke, and Goldie Gold & Thundarr) If anyone else remembers it, please feel free to share.

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    "Doyng" - of course not, why would you think they would do that if the DVD only focuses on Captain Caveman & the Teen Angels?

    ~Ben
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doyng View Post
    I'm aware of the logos from both seasons and the S3 music replacement (C.B. Bears theme).I watched half of the eps already. Thanks for your input, Ben.

    What my question is was there any replay of the original opening credits from S1 of Scooby's All Star Laff-a-Lympics that aired on ABC? I did notice that on the end credits from S1 was cut short (ditto for S2, since I did see the original full end credit sequence of the pilot episode from S1 from the episode Quebec/Baghdad which I caught on an CN airing of Boomerang, 1978 years ago). I know Hanna-Barbera would replay some of the opening credits, THEN go straight to the end credits with a still picture (examples of this: Superfriends' early seasons, Inch High, Goober, The New Scooby Doo Movies, and even Ruby Spears: Heathcliff and Marmaduke, and Goldie Gold & Thundarr) If anyone else remembers it, please feel free to share.
    You don't mean "opening credits", you mean opening sequence, right?

    I don't think Laffalympcs ever reused any of the opening sequence. For it begins with Snagglepuss introducing the whole concept, which wouldn't make sense in a closing sequence. The original closing, as far as I remember, may have had the same musical sequence, but never Snagglepuss talking. I don't think it showed any of the other scenes either. I think it was just that orange or confetti-like background HB was using in those years.

    Now, World's Greatest Superfriends (1979) is another one that instantly comes to mind that closes with the beginning of the opening sequence (minus the narration) before going intot he credits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    You don't mean "opening credits", you mean opening sequence, right?

    I don't think Laffalympcs ever reused any of the opening sequence. For it begins with Snagglepuss introducing the whole concept, which wouldn't make sense in a closing sequence. The original closing, as far as I remember, may have had the same musical sequence, but never Snagglepuss talking. I don't think it showed any of the other scenes either. I think it was just that orange or confetti-like background HB was using in those years.

    Now, World's Greatest Superfriends (1979) is another one that instantly comes to mind that closes with the beginning of the opening sequence (minus the narration) before going intot he credits.
    Eric,

    What he's talking about is whether or not the CC&tTA episodes ever had the ENTIRE closing sequences from SAS(LAL) and I said no... on the DVD, the 1977 and 1978 episodes it fades in from the "Executive Producers" credit (the explosion background).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doyng View Post
    I've recently purchased the Captain Caveman DVD. Just a quick question:

    In the S1 end credits of Scooby's All Star Laff-a-Lympics, does the end credits start with a short replay of the opening title? (as HB did with The All New Superfriends Hour and earlier shows from the 70's) or do we see the same portion from the 1978 credits from Scooby's All Stars where Scooby Doo and Captain Caveman appear in the same scene in a haunted area?
    To clear up the confusion, friends: I know that on the DVD set there are no traces of the replay of the main title opening sequences (of SASLAL). It only starts at the "Executive Producers" card with the yellow fireworks background.I know for a fact the SASLAL reference was cut out on the set and possibly for any future syndication airings (Cavey and The Teen Angels). Originally, my question was does anyone remember if there were any scenes of the end titles for S1 of SASLAL from watching the ABC airings (not the sub main titles of Laff-A-Lympics with Snagglepuss introducing the teams that we see when LAL airs as a stand alone series,)?

    I'm curious to know since I was only a baby when it debuted and obviously too young to recall. Thank you all for your input. Someone must know what it looked like.

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