Plot[ edit ] James Payton is a detective, on an undercover operation where fake passports are being smuggled into Atlanta by a man named "Omar". Ben Barber, a fast-talking, jumpy high school security guard who plays video games on his spare time, applies for the Atlanta City Police Academy.
Fred Silvermanexecutive for daytime programming at CBSwas then looking for a show that would both revitalize his Saturday-morning line and please the watch groups. Also successful were the musical numbers The Archies performed during each program one of which, " Sugar, Sugar ", was the most successful Billboard number-one hit of Eager to build upon this success, Silverman contacted producers William Hanna and Joseph Barbera about creating another show based on a teenage rock group, this time featuring teens who solved mysteries between gigs.
Silverman envisioned the show as a cross between the popular I Love a Mystery radio serials of the s and either the Archie characters or the popular early s television series The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. Their treatment, based in part on The Archie Show, was titled Mysteries Five and featured five teenagers: When The Mysteries Five were not performing at gigs, they were out solving spooky mysteries involving ghosts, zombiesand other supernatural creatures.
Ruby and Spears were unable to decide whether Too Much would be a large cowardly dog or a small feisty one. After learning the characteristics of a prize-winning Great Dane from her, Takamoto proceeded to break most of the rules and designed Too Much with overly bowed legs, a double chinand a sloped back, among other abnormalities.
The treatment retained the dog Too Much, while reducing the number of teenagers to four, removing the Mike character and retaining Geoff, Kelly, Linda, and W. CBS president Frank Stanton felt that the presentation artwork was too scary for young viewers and, thinking the show would be the same, decided to pass on it.
The rock band element was dropped, and more attention was focused upon Shaggy and Too Much. According to Ruby and Spears, Silverman was inspired by Frank Sinatra 's scat "doo-be-doo-be-doo" at the end of his recording of " Strangers in the Night " on a flight to one of the development meetings, and decided to rename the dog " Scooby-Doo " and re-rechristen the show Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
Original television series run CBS years —75 Every episode of the original Scooby-Doo format contains a penultimate scene in which the kids unmask the ghost-of-the-week to reveal a real person in a costume, as in this scene from "Nowhere to Hyde", an episode of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! Each of these episodes features Scooby and the four teenage members of Mystery, Inc. Encountering a ghost, monster, or other ostensibly supernatural creature terrorizing the local populace, they decide to investigate. The kids split up to look for clues and suspects while being chased at turns by the monster.
Eventually, the kids come to realize the ghost and other paranormal activity is actually an elaborate hoax, and—often with the help of a Rube Goldberg -like trap designed by Fred—they capture the villain and unmask him.
Revealed as a flesh and blood crook trying to cover up crimes by using the ghost story and costume, the criminal is arrested and taken to jail, often repeating something nearly identical to " Seven of the second-season episodes featured chase sequences set to bubblegum pop songs recorded by Austin Roberts who also re-recorded the theme song for this season.
With Stefanianna Christopherson having married and retired from voice acting, Heather North assumed the role of Daphne, and would continue to voice the character until Of the similarities between the Scooby-Doo teens and the Dobie Gillis teens, the similarities between Shaggy and Maynard are the most noticeable; both characters share the same beatnik -style goateesimilar hairstyles, and demeanors.
Both series featured four youths with a dog, and the Famous Five stories would often revolve around a mystery which would invariably turn out not to be supernaturally based, but simply a ruse to disguise the villain's true intent.Why We Still Honor Black History Month – Sermon by Rev.
Jason Lydon February 13th, I must say that it has been incredibly difficult to do much of anything this week other than watch Al-Jazeera. Created Date: 8/11/ PM. External conflict used to be the primary form of conflict in genre or popular fiction. Only in more literary works did heroes grow, change, or even question themselves much.
Your genre fiction protagonist knew he or she was a better person than the villain and had no reason to change. Ride Along is a American buddy cop comedy film directed by Tim Story and starring Ice Cube, Kevin Hart, John Leguizamo, Bryan Callen, Tika Sumpter and Laurence Fishburne.
Greg Coolidge, Jason Mantzoukas, Phil Hay, and Matt Manfredi wrote the screenplay based on a story originally from Coolidge.
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In the movie Hitch the interpersonal conflict that I choose was the one between Alex (Hitch) Hitchings and Sara Melas. In the movie they start dating until Sara finds out that Hitch is the “date doctor” which, she thinks is responsible for her friend getting dumped.