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Old 11-08-2018, 12:47 PM   #21
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Scooby Doo may very well be the longest lasting western cartoon in existence if you don't count Simpsons. Scooby Doo has almost had a continual presence since 1969. There is one new Scooby Doo cartoon after the other.

In my mind all the Scooby Doo series take place in the same continuity. Sure some things don't make sense or are retconned, but that's the same for superhero comics so what's the difference.

Seriously how many Scooby Doo episodes and movies are there with everything combined?
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Old 11-08-2018, 02:28 PM   #22
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Scooby Doo may very well be the longest lasting western cartoon in existence if you don't count Simpsons. Scooby Doo has almost had a continual presence since 1969. There is one new Scooby Doo cartoon after the other.

In my mind all the Scooby Doo series take place in the same continuity. Sure some things don't make sense or are retconned, but that's the same for superhero comics so what's the difference.

Seriously how many Scooby Doo episodes and movies are there with everything combined?
As of right now there are 392 episodes of Scooby Doo, 16 TV specials/movies, 28 Direct to video movies and 5 live action movies.

The Simpsons is in fact the longest American cartoon ever made if you only count TV episodes (and don't include reboots/retitling), at 667 confirmed episodes.

Although... There were 1000 Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies shorts by the late 60's with a few additional ones after that, 502 TV show episodes based around the characters... So you know, there's that to consider.
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Old 11-08-2018, 02:32 PM   #23
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Yeah but the old Looney Tunes were generally 7 minute shorts, not full 22 minute episodes.
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