SCOOBY-DOO GOES HOLLYWOOD--a 1997 video release that's actually a 1979 TV production--is a painful experience for both kids and adults alike, filled with dated and unfunny parodies of '70s music, movies, and TV shows.
Tired of being typecast as a dog on his Saturday morning cartoon series, Scooby-Doo (voice of Don Messick) and his manager Shaggy (voice of Casey Kasem) go to C.J., the president of the TV network, and demand that Scooby get his own prime-time show. To demonstrate his range as an actor, Shaggy
shows C.J. a series of screen tests with Scooby, including a western, a variety show, a 1950s comedy called "Scooby Days," and a crime show called "Scooby's ...