Can you I.D. these animated guest stars from '70s Scooby-Doo movies?

The New Scooby-Doo Movies were star-studded!

Images: Warner Bros. Television Distribution

Seventies kids who loved Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! surely remember the next installment in the cartoon franchise. The New Scooby-Doo Movies debuted in 1972 and offered twice the fun by doubling the length of the episodes. 

As if that wasn't enough to get us to jump in the mystery van for the long haul, the extra long episodes also featured tons of stars getting spooked alongside our favorite snacking pooch. These guest stars came from TV, movies and other realms of pop culture, from Batman & Robin to The Harlem Globetrotters.

Scroll through the images below and see if you can tell who all these celebrities are, just from the illustrated screenshots we grabbed from The New Scooby-Doo Movies. Good luck!
  1. Classic TV fans know this guy better for playing which iconic character?
  2. These knuckleheads were pretty inseparable:
  3. Here's a famous duo from which variety show?
  4. This singer also had a hit TV show:
  5. Here's the star of which spy show?
  6. This singer's also an actress we sometimes saw on The Carol Burnett Show:
  7. This guy's a huge star thanks to which show?
  8. She's one the 1960s' most memorable female comedians:
  9. He's a prolific country songwriter, who also acted on TV and in movies:
  10. Here's a star who memorably replaced which classic TV actress on her own show once she left?

Can you I.D. these animated guest stars from '70s Scooby-Doo movies?

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DerekBird 10 days ago
You got 10 out of 10
No disguise is good enough to fool a true fan!
Rickey 11 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
No disguise is good enough to fool a true fan!
Amalthea 11 months ago
For the record, it's "Davy"...not "Davey". Micky Dolenz doesn't use an "e", either. (Oh, and 10/10)
rycki1138 11 months ago
10 out of 10
No disguise is good enough to fool a true fan!
jamiahsh 14 months ago
Should have had Baboo from the Jeanie episode. That would have been a toughie.
WILD 14 months ago
I've said it before and I'll continue to say it I love/know my Saturday Morning TV shows (from before 1982). You got 10 out of 10
No disguise is good enough to fool a true fan!
EllisClevenger 16 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
No disguise is good enough to fool a true fan!
Lacey 20 months ago
10/10 I LOVED these shows.
Sorry there were so few of them.
RobCertSDSCascap 20 months ago
10/10! Props to the Guest Stars and the voice artists imitating celebrities!
Terrence 20 months ago
That last one almost got me until I reread the question.................................10/10
pony Terrence 20 months ago
Me too! I instantly recognized her as Sandy Duncan but had no idea which show she was on. Took a wild guess and got it right - 10/10!
WILD Terrence 14 months ago
They tried to throw us a curve ball, but we still hit it out of the park.
Joseph 21 months ago
10/10. I didn't watch every Scooby Doo movie, but I recognized the celebrities.
MrBill 21 months ago
10/10; easy one for me. I watched all the Scooby-Doo cartoons growing up and they were my favorites.
Laura66 21 months ago
Number 10 was supposed to be Sandy Duncan. She replaced Valerie Harper in the "Hogan Family" sitcom after Valerie left.
RedSamRackham 21 months ago
* I recall that Don Knotts' animated Scooby Doo character was serving as a deputy in town of Juneberry. ☺
DIGGER1 21 months ago
10/10. This was my favorite "Scooby-Doo" show.
Jon DIGGER1 21 months ago
Mine too, this is the only Scooby Doo series I remember going out of my way to watch.
jholton30062 21 months ago
#9 could have been either Jerry Reed or Roger Miller, so I got that one wrong. And I agree, #10 was a convoluted question. 8/10.

Anyone else remember "The Pruitts of Southampton"/"The Phyllis Diller Show"? Funny show....
Only one of them appeared in a New Scooby-Doo Movie, though.
Hated that Jerry didn't get to sing any of his songs.
scp 21 months ago
10 out of 10, but that last one was a rather convoluted question, wasn't it?
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