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Stuntman Scooby is the third part of the third episode of the first season of The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show.
The guys get jobs as actors on a set, but little do they know, they have become the new stuntmen, who are needed for some dangerous stunts.
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- Director (single appearance)
- Bing Bong (single appearance)(no lines)
- Tour guide (single appearance)
- Tour group (single appearance)(no lines)
- Crewman (single appearance)
- Mona Lowa (single appearance)(no lines)
- Gigantic Studios
|Don Messick|| Scooby-Doo|
|Casey Kasem||Shaggy Rogers|
- Bing Bong the Monster and Sky High Inferno are parodies of King Kong and The Towering Inerno, respectively.
- The director breaks the "fourth wall" at the end.
Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches
- Scooby and Scrappy's dogtags should have their initials stylised in teal, but are prone to have the following mistakes (including being completely covered in teal or just empty):
- While Shaggy says this is their chance for fame when they're about to film Bing Bong the Monster, the colours of Scooby's dogtag (gold and teal) are in reverse.
- The initials of Scooby's dogtag were backwards when he laughed at thinking the director expected them to stand on top of a building of a model set.
- The director slaps his forehead, tossing his hat off his head. However, his hat stays in the air.
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- Perhaps due to the format of the show, this episode was poorly thought out in terms of realism on a movie set (unlike the later episode of Lights! Camera! Mayhem! from What's New, Scooby-Doo?). The trio are clearly meant to be stuntmen (as the title would suggest), but the director treats them as normal actors. If they are supposed to be stand-ins, he doesn't hide it. He also doesn't get them into make-up and more importantly costumes, or give them a script to work with, he just orders them on set. It's possible, though, he doesn't need to give them a script and his directions on the spot are good enough if they are supposed to be real actors.