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The Unmasked History of Scooby-Doo delves into the mystery of Scooby-Doo media! Getting clues through interviews with the people working behind the scenes of Scooby-Doo.

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Canada

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The Unmasked History of Scooby-Doo delves into the mystery of Scooby-Doo media! Getting clues through interviews with the people working behind the scenes of Scooby-Doo.

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@UnmaskedSD

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 32: Interview with Bob Singer

10/12/2023
In the latest episode of the Unmasked History of Scooby-Doo, Alexa had the honour to interview Bob Singer, who worked on various different Scooby-Doo series in his long spanning career, most notably of course, the original series, Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! Highlights of this episode include: 1- What was the very first drawing Bob ever did? 2- What does Bob consider to be his career highlights? 3- His role, and the process of creating many limited edition art pieces featuring Hanna-Barbera characters. Don’t forget to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more Scooby content! You can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby-Doo Podcast. In some exciting news, the Unmasked History of Scooby-Doo is also now on TikTok, so make sure to follow there too!

Duration:00:47:58

Episode 31: Interview with Stephanie Eddleman and Sarah Myers (Children’s Museum of Indianapolis)

1/22/2023
In this episode of the Unmasked History of Scooby-Doo, Alexa had the chance to speak with Director of Traveling Exhibits, Sarah Myers; and Exhibit Developer, Stephanie Eddleman, while at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis back in June 2022. While the Scooby-Doo Mansion Mayhem experience has now closed at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, listen in to hear about the process of developing the exhibit, and keep an eye out to see if it will be coming to any museums near you when it starts touring in early 2023! Highlights of this episode include: 1- How the idea of a Scooby-Doo museum exhibit came to be. 2- What the development process was like to create the exhibit from idea to grand opening. 3- How a few objects from Scooby-Doo’s history came to be an augmented part of the exhibit. If you’d like to hear about the June 2022 Scooby-Doo trip, and our thoughts on the Mansion Mayhem exhibit, make sure to check out episode 32 of the Scooby Panel here. Don’t forget to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more Scooby content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby-Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:47:36

Episode 30: Interview with Scott Innes

10/4/2022
In this episode of the Unmasked History of Scooby-Doo, Alexa chats with Scott Innes, who voiced none other than Scooby-Doo in Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island; Scooby-Doo and Shaggy in Scooby-Doo and the Witch’s Ghost, Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders, and Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase; and he was the voice of Scrappy-Doo in the 2002 live action movie. Scott has also lent his voice to numerous video games, tv commercials, and toys. Highlights of this episode include: 1- How Scott came to voice Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, and Scrappy-Doo. 2- What the recording process was like for the Scooby-Doo movie soundtracks, and video games he voiced. 3- What started Scott’s Scooby-Doo collection, and brief mentions of some of the items in his collection. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more Scooby content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby-Doo Podcast.

Duration:01:02:10

Episode 29: Interview with Justin Becker and Steve Clemmons

7/31/2022
Welcome back to the Unmasked History of Scooby-Doo! In the return of the podcast, Alexa chats with writing partners Justin Becker and Steve Clemmons, who wrote Be Quiet Scooby-Doo, from Be Cool Scooby-Doo together. Steve also worked on the episodes If You Can’t Scooby-Doo the Time, Don’t Scooby-Doo the Crime, and Be Cold Scooby-Doo. Highlights of this episode include: 1- The first interview featuring two guests! 2- Justin’s pitches for some Be Cool episodes that didn’t go ahead. 3- What Justin and Steve’s writing process is like when they’re writing together. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more Scooby content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby-Doo Podcast.

Episode 28: Interview with Morgan Baden

3/29/2021
In this episode of the Unmasked History of Scooby Doo, Alexa chats with Morgan Baden, author of two books in the Daphne and Velma series: book 2, The Dark Deception; and book 3, Buried Secrets, which comes out in June 2021. Highlights of this episode include: 1- The story of how Morgan came up with the ideas for The Dark Deception and Buried Secrets. 2- A spoiler free preview of what we can expect in book 3. 3- What it was like to come in to write the second and third books in the series. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:48:51

Episode 27: Interview with Marly Halpern-Graser

1/31/2021
In the fifth and last episode of January’s Be Cool Scooby-Doo! theme, Alexa speaks with writer Marly Halpern-Graser. Marly wrote about seven episodes of Be Cool, as well as “The Gathering Gloom” for Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, and the 2013 Scooby-Doo! Mask of the Blue Falcon movie. Marly is also one of the creators of Right Now Kapow. Highlights of this episode include: 1- The story of how Marly started working in animation. 2- The original idea for the Mask of the Blue Falcon movie. 3- What Marly’s experience was like working on Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, Be Cool Scooby-Doo!, and a DTV Scooby movie. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:45:29

Episode 26: Interview with Josie Campbell

1/27/2021
In the fourth episode in this month’s Be Cool Scooby-Doo! theme, Alexa chats with writer Josie Campbell. Josie wrote four episodes for Be Cool: The Norse Case Scenario, I Scooby Dooby Doo, Eating Crow, and Sorcerer Snack Scare. Recently, Josie has worked on She-Ra and the Princesses of Power and Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous. Highlights of this episode include: 1- How Josie was able to work a few of her real life experiences into her Be Cool Scooby-Doo! episodes. 2- What it was like in the writers’ room for the show. 3- What Josie’s process was for writing a Be Cool episode. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:36:51

Episode 25: Interview with James Krenzke

1/20/2021
In the third episode of January’s Be Cool Scooby-Doo! theme, Alexa chats with director James Krenzke, who worked on about 15-17 episodes in the series. Highlights of this episode include: 1- A look at what the schedule was like for a director on BCSD. 2- Roughly what the timeline was like for an episode to go from script to screen. 3- How they could be more cinematic with the show, especially in adding some action and adventure. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:42:13

Episode 24: Interview with Zac Moncrief

1/12/2021
In the second episode of January’s Be Cool Scooby-Doo! theme, Alexa speaks with producer Zac Moncrief. Highlights of this episode include: 1- The day-to-day of Zac’s role on Be Cool Scooby-Doo! 2- What the initial development process was like for the show. 3- How the goal was to have the show make people of all ages laugh. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:01:18:10

Episode 23: Interview with Jon Colton Barry

1/6/2021
In the first episode of January’s Be Cool Scooby-Doo theme, Alexa chats with head writer and story editor on the show, Jon Colton Barry. Highlights of this episode include: 1- Jon discusses the process of developing the personalities of the gang in the show, especially for Fred, Daphne, and Velma. 2- How the art style contributes to the writing of the show, and types of gags they could do because of the way the show looked. 3- Jon talks about some of his favourite Be Cool episodes. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:01:04:14

Episode 22: Interview with James Gelsey

12/11/2020
In this episode of the Unmasked History of Scooby Doo, Alexa speaks with James Gelsey, author of about 45 to 50 Scooby-Doo chapter books released by Scholastic from 1998 to around 2007. Highlights of this episode include: 1- The story of how James got the opportunity to write the Scooby books. 2- A look into what both the writing and publishing process was like for the Scooby-Doo chapter books. 3- How the Scooby-Doo characters could help teach kids creative writing in school visits James participated in. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:34:36

Episode 21: Happy Halloween Scooby-Doo Special

10/31/2020
A short special episode of the Unmasked History of Scooby Doo, focusing on the latest Scooby-Doo movie release, Happy Halloween Scooby-Doo! This episode features writer, director, and producer of the movie, Maxwell Atoms, and a few written responses sent in by a very special guest, the voice of Fred and Scooby-Doo, Frank Welker. Happy Halloween!

Duration:00:12:18

Episode 20: Interview with Bruce King

10/30/2020
In this episode of the Unmasked History of Scooby Doo, Alexa speaks with picture editor Bruce King. Bruce worked on Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, the special episodes on the 13 Spooky Tales DVD releases, and films Scooby-Doo! Stage Fright, and Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery. Highlights of this episode include: 1- A behind the scenes look at the editing process for Scooby-Doo, and animation in general. 2- A few fun stories and memories from Bruce’s time working on Scooby. 3- An overview of what the role of an editor is, and a few technical editing questions. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:01:11:57

Episode 19: Interview with Ray DeLaurentis

10/23/2020
In this episode of the Unmasked History of Scooby Doo, Alexa chats with Ray DeLaurentis, creator of Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! Highlights of this episode include: 1- What the development process was like for the show. 2- How hectic the writing schedule could be. 3- How Ray’s goal was to have the show appeal to kids and make kids laugh, and it didn’t matter if anyone else liked the show, as long as children did. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:01:25:51

Episode 18: Interview with Rick Copp

10/16/2020
In this episode of the Unmasked History of Scooby Doo, Alexa speaks with Rick Copp, writer of Scooby-Doo! and the Witch’s Ghost (1999), and the 2013 special episode Scooby-Doo! and the Mecha Mutt Menace. Highlights of this episode include: 1- The development of the Hex Girls, and how the trio has had a lasting impact on the franchise as fan-favourite characters. 2- The writing process for Scooby-Doo! and the Witch’s Ghost. 3- How Rick came to write Scooby-Doo! and the Mecha Mutt Menace. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:42:15

Episode 17: Interview with Nick Palatas

10/9/2020
In this episode of the Unmasked History of Scooby Doo, Alexa chats with Nick Palatas, who played the role of Shaggy in the 2009 and 2010 live action TV films, Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins, and Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster. Highlights of this episode include: 1- How Nick developed the voice of Shaggy, and what he wanted to bring to his interpretation of the character. 2- What it was like on set, and what it was like to film some of the scenes in both the Mystery Begins and Curse of the Lake Monster. 3- How Nick liked to do his own stunts in the films, and which ones were the most difficult. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:50:04

Episode 16: Interview with Jeremy Adams

10/2/2020
In October, we’re back to a variety of different interviews after September’s Mystery Incorporated themed month. In this episode, Alexa chats with writer Jeremy Adams. Jeremy was one of the writers on Scoobynatural, and wrote the 2019 direct-to-video film Scooby-Doo! Return to Zombie Island. Highlights of this episode include: 1- A brief chat about the LEGO Scooby-Doo shorts. 2- All things writing for Scoobynatural. 3- The writing process for Return to Zombie Island, and what it was like to write a sequel to the original Zombie Island. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:43:09

Episode 15: Interview with Victor Cook

9/25/2020
In the fourth and final episode of September's Mystery Incorporated themed month, Alexa speaks with director/producer Victor Cook. Victor also worked on the direct to video special episodes on the 13 Spooky Tales DVD releases, and the 2013 movie Scooby-Doo! Stage Fright. Highlights of this episode include: 1- Victor’s path from wanting to be a print cartoonist, to directing in animation. 2- How Victor came to work on Mystery Incorporated, and his experience on the show. 3- Chatting about not only Mystery Incorporated, but also the direct to video specials, and Stage Fright. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:48:23

Episode 14: Interview with Derrick J. Wyatt

9/18/2020
In the third episode for September's Mystery Incorporated themed month, Alexa chats with lead character designer on the show, Derrick J. Wyatt. Derrick has done character design for not only Mystery Incorporated, but also for Transformers, Teen Titans and Ben 10. Highlights of this episode include: 1- What the design process was like for various Mystery Incorporated characters. 2- How Derrick’s attempt at Iwao Takamoto’s style turned into the design for Mystery Incorporated. 3- The importance of character design. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:37:44

Episode 13: Interview with Roger Eschbacher

9/11/2020
In the second episode for September's Mystery Incorporated themed month, Alexa speaks with writer Roger Eschbacher. Roger wrote five episodes of Mystery Incorporated, including Battle of the Humungonauts, and The Hodag of Horror. Highlights of this episode include: 1- What it was like writing for a darker, overarching Scooby-Doo show. 2- Which character of the gang, and which supporting characters were Roger’s favourites to write. 3- Some specific questions about the episodes Roger wrote for Mystery Incorporated. Make sure to follow along on Twitter @UnmaskedSD, Instagram @unmaskedsdpodcast, or at unmaskedsdpodcast.com for more groovy content! And you can also find Unmasked History on Facebook under Unmasked History of Scooby Doo Podcast.

Duration:00:38:29