Today, we are at it again with another interview from a special talent who has worked on a Scooby-Doo production. This time, we talk to Chris Bailey, creator/producer/showrunner of the current TV series Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?, now streaming on the Boomerang app.
I was surprised that Chris got back to me (it had been quite a few months when he got back to me), and I’m delighted to share this with you. A big thanks to Chris for taking the time out in his free time to do this with me.
So, without further ado, I present An Interview With... Chris Bailey.
Scoobypedia: How did you get into the animation industry?Read more >
Bailey: After High School, I went to California Institute for the Arts in their Character Animation program. I learned about it from an ar…
Our very own SimonTheThespian reached out to Brian Levant, director of Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins and Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster, to talk about the unrealized third film, Scooby-Doo's Zany Time Travelin' Christmas Adventure in Laff-O-Rama, as well as the fourth unrealized film, about Irish fairy tales.
Watch Simon's one on one with Brian down below. Thanks to Simon for doing this for us, and to Brian for taking the time to talk to Simon.Read more >
In today's interview, we talk to Ella Louise Allaire and Martin Lord Ferguson of Monlove, who are putting together the live musical show Scooby-Doo! and the Lost City of Gold, opening next year in March for a worldwide tour. We get an early look into the behind the scenes into what's to come. This interview comes courtesy of our very own SimonTheThespian who arranged it through FANDOM.
So, it's now time for An Interview With... Ella Louise Allaire & Martin Lord Ferguson.
Scoobypedia: There have been several depictions of the City of Gold. Which one are you depicting?Read more >
Allaire & Ferguson: The most obvious answer is that the City of Gold hasn't been brought to life before in this way! As the production process continues and the artists do what the…
Today, Scoobanatics, I talk with Lane Raichert about his time on A Pup Named Scooby-Doo. Mr. Raichert worked as a writer and story editor for the first three seasons, and was also promoted to producer on the second and third.
You're about to learn all of this, anyway, so there's not much need for me to say anymore, so without further ado, I present to you:
An Interview With... Lane Raichert.
Scoobypedia: How did you get your start in the animation business?Read more >
Raichert: When I was 17, a family friend, Hanna-Barbera staff writer Doug Booth, was kind enough to offer me a tour of the studio back when I was visiting California. Doug showed me around, introduced me to workers in the trenches, everybody was super nice, and then I left. I thought that wa…
Welcome. This is a special treat for Scoobypedia and you, the reader, because now you can be a listener of this encyclopedia for all things Scooby-Doo, as we have an audio interview. That's right, our very own Muddlemore was able to chat live with Ray DeLaurentis, creator of Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! If you wanted to know the behind the scenes of this very different show and how it came about, then listen to the video below. Thanks to Muddlemore, and a special thanks to Mike Jozic of A Podcast Named Scooby-Doo, who cut it together.Read more >