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- Captain Treesdale (single appearance)
- Keith Dale (single appearance)
- Elliott Blender (first appearance)
- Celia Clyde (single appearance)
- Space Ape (single appearance)(no lines)(disguise)/
- Scientists (single appearance)(no lines)
- Velma's worms (single appearance)(no lines)
- Police officer 1 (single appearance)
- Police officer 2 (single appearance)
- Space shuttle launch crowd (single appearance)
- Space shuttle
|Keith Dale||He lost out to Janet Lawrence for a Nobel Prize.|
|Celia Clyde||She had unusual equipment stored in her janitor closet.|
|Elliott Blender||He was disappointed when Velma's project beat his.|
|Janet Lawrence as the Space Ape||Her project was not ready.|
|Reggie the chimp as the smallest Space Ape form||Lawrence trained him to do it.|
|"Music of America"|| Written by Howard Kantoff, Rosanne Marshack,|
James Valentin, and Richard Valentin
The following credits are how they are displayed on-screen (or as close as possible).
- Producer: Jim Krieg
- Series Story Editors: George Doty IV, Jim Krieg, Ed Scharlach
- Series Directors: Russell Calabrese, Tim Maltby, Tom Mazzocco, Swinton Scott, Joe Sichta
- Music By: Gigi Meroni & Rich Dickerson
- "What's New, Scooby-Doo?" Theme
- Written By: Rich Dickerson & Gigi Meroni
- Performed By: Simple Plan
- Courtesy Of: Lava Records
- Written By: Howard Kantoff, Rosanne Marshack, James Valentin & Richard Valentin
- Performed By: Poster Children
- Courtesy Of: Reprise Records
- By Arrangement With: Warner Special Products
- Casting & Voice Direction: Collette Sunderman
- Starring the Voices Of: Mindy Cohn as Velma, Grey DeLisle as Daphne, Kimberly Brooks as Janet Lawrence & Elliot Binder, Rino Romano as Captain Treesdale & Keith Dale
- Based Upon Characters Created By: Hanna-Barbera Productions
- Main Title Design: Sandra Frame, James Fujii, Scott Jeralds, Chris Rutkowski, Chuck Sheetz
- Main Title Animation: Lotto Animation
- Creative Consultant: Iwao Takamoto
- Storyboard: James Fujii, Brian Hogan, Chris Rutkowski
- Animation Timing Directors: Russell Calabrese, Maureen Mlynarczyk, Brian Sheesley
- Character Design: Scott Awley, Scott Jeralds
- BG Paint: Shahen Jordan, Tristin Roesch-Cole
- Prop Design: Mark Bachand, Scott Hill
- BG Design: Edgar Carlos, Robert Harand, Bill Proctor
- Assistant Production Managers: Vera Morales, AJ Vargas
- Production Coordinators: Jessica Dalton, Judge Plummer
- Ink and Paint Supervisor: Geno DuBois
- Color Key: Lisa Redondo
- Mark-Up/Painters: Kim Bowen, Eric Nordberg, Bill Ohanesian
- Animation Checking: Jan Browning, Susan Burke, Eleanor Dahlen, Chuck Gefre, Karl Jacobs, Chuck Martin, Kathleen O'Mara
- Director of Post Production: Tim Iverson
- Post Production Supervisor: Bonnie Buckner
- Post Production Coordinator: Michael Miscio
- Film Editor: Susan Edmunson
- Director of Technical Operations: Bradford H. Keatts
- Assistant Production Manager of Technical Operations: John Voralik
- Supervising Online Editor: Bradford H. Keatts
- Online Editor: Tony Tedford
- Supervising Dialogue/ADR Editor: Mark A. Keatts
- Supervising Recording Engineer: Edwin O. Collins
- Recording Machine Operator: Jeff O. Collins
- Recording Facility: Warner Bros. Animation
- Dialogue/ADR Editors: Kelly Ann Foley, Kerry Iverson, Mark Keefer
- Sound Reading: Carol Iverson, Fred Salinas, Denise Whitfield
- Post Production Sound Services: Glenwood Editorial, Inc.
- Re-Recording Studio: Glenwood Place Studios
- Sound Effects Supervisor: Glen Oyabe
- Re-Recording Mixers: Brad Brock, Timothy Garrity
- Engineer: Kennie Takahashi
- Animation Services: Lotto Animation
- Animation Directors: Mark Allen, Se-Jin Choi
- Model Checkers: Eun-Ha Kim, Hyun-Joo Song
- Key Animation: Yu-Yong Ha, Kyung-Nam Lee, Do-Ho Lim, Sung-Ki Whang
- Layout: Gi-Tak Cha, Young-Kook Huh, Jong-Dae Lim
- Inbetween Checkers: Jung-Sook Kim, Chang-Sook Oh
- Ink& Paint Checker: Mi-Hyun Jie
- Background: Yeon-Hee Kim, Eun-Hee Noh
- Final Checker: Ho-Soon Shin
- Camera: Hye-Won Suh, Hyun-Jung Yoo
- Editing: Hyun-Jung Yoo
- Production Administrators: Tammy Davis, Michael Diaz, Marci Gray, Laura Marquez, Jacqueline Olsommer, Mary Parkinson, Amy E. Wagner
- Casting Administrator: Liz Carroll
- Production Accounting: Athena Christianakis, Luisa Guzman, Rose Mesa, Maria Womack
- Business and Legal Affairs: Debi Dean, Michael Lalla, Bonnie Negrete, Peter Steckelman
- Production Supervision: Toshi Hiruma, Howard Schwartz
- Development and Creative Supervision: Christopher Keenan, Linda Steiner
- Production Management: Andy Lewis
- Executive Producers: Joseph Barbera, Sander Schwartz
- Special Thanks To: Joe Ruby & Ken Spears
- Warner Bros. Animation
- This motion picture is protected under the laws of the United States of America and other countries. Any unauthorized, duplication, copying, distribution, exhibition or use may result in civil and/or criminial prosecution.
- Dolby Surround
- ©2002 Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc.
- All Rights Reserved
- Country of first publication United States of America
- Warner Bros. is the author of this film/motion picture for the purposes of Article (15)2 of the Berne Convention and all national laws given effect thereto.
- Warner Bros. Animation
- The pre-teen Velma also had an invention of her's chosen to go into space in the previous series episode, Dawn of the Spooky Shuttle Scare.
- Two of the scientists resemble characters from Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: Dr. Jekyll from Nowhere to Hyde and Professor Ingstrom from Scooby's Night with a Frozen Fright.
- Frank Welker and Colleen O'Shaughnessey are uncredited as Reggie and the brown-haired policeman and Celia Clyde, respectively.
- Janet is one of the only (female) culprits to try and escape after being caught; she even harms the police to get away.
- The base is a substitute for NASA.
Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches
- Fred is missing his eyebrows when Velma tells the rest of the gang that Janet works with E.T.I.S. at the base.
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- Velma refers to the organisation as E.T.I.S., but the logo around the base has "S.E.A." written underneath it.
- The moment Scooby laughs after scaring Shaggy in the space suit, it instantly vanishes, with absolutely no time to take if off.
- Shaggy and Scooby didn't use the milk carton in the end, it seems to have been simply set up as a deus ex machina for later. If they had drunk any, it would've been open (or likely even finished).
- Elliott Blender is miscredited as "Elliott Blinder." Additionally, the closed captions also make the same mistake, and also refer to Velma Dinkley as "Velma Dinkly."
- Elliot complains in a later episode (Big Appetite in Little Tokyo) about being allergic to dogs. However, he makes no mention of it this episode, despite often being in close proximity to Scooby-Doo.
In other languages
|Greek||Ο Scooby-Doo στο Διάστημα||Scooby-Doo in Space|
- What's New, Scooby-Doo?: Volume 1 - Space Ape at the Cape VHS released by Warner Home Video on August 19, 2003.
- What's New, Scooby-Doo?: Volume 1 - Space Ape at the Cape DVD released by Warner Home Video on June 1, 2004.
- What's New, Scooby-Doo? Complete 1st Season DVD set released by Warner Home Video on February 20, 2007.
- Scooby-Doo! and Friends DVD released by Warner Home Video on April 1, 2014.
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