There are some episodes who have two different Greek dubs. If I know both Greek titles, I put them down. The reason I haven't given to all the articles two Greek titles is either because there's only one dub, or because I don't know the other title.
For example, the first Scrappy show (1979) aired on Boomerang Greece some years ago, yet I only know the Greek titles of just 3 episodes cause they are available with that dub on recently released DVDs.
But what I'm asking is, why certain episodes can have more than one title/translation. It may confuse some people (or anyone who doesn't live in Greece) as to why this is, when you don't give any distinction between the two.
I'm sorry if I'm repeating myself, but I'd just be nice if you'd say where the different titles are coming from. Maybe one channel will give one title and years later it will be given another title from another channel, or whatever. If this is the case, then that would be a good source of info. Otherwise, it's just confusing, for those who don't watch Scooby and live in Greece, or know anything about the airing history of Scooby in Greece. Sorry to get on your case, but acknowledging why it's different is useful (especially when it's not a mistake, but intentional).
I did a lot of editing last night, most of it was automatical cause I was tired, I must have done a mistake. Did I do it everywhere? (cause I also edited the 16 Scrappy episode articles for the Home Media section)