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Desc:Maybe stilted readings from these scripts will give me a clue. HMMM.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Classic TV Clips
Tags:Hanna-Barbera, Scooby-Doo, voice acting, ACTING!, Horrible cartoon infinity
Submitted:Seven Arts/H8 Red
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SolRo - 2018-06-12
there's a 'voice ACTING!' tag for these
chumbucket - 2018-06-12
That voice acting paired with the uninspired animation work says:"Let's crank out 20 of these today."
poorwill - 2018-06-12
I never even noticed they changed voice actors tbh, though this definitely does not sound like the Velma in my mind. I thought Velma had been completely written out of the series in the Scrappy era but it looks like there was some crossover.

The Scooby wiki is great btw:

"[Velma] has above-average grip and core strength, as in a sea episode she was able to dangle on a very wide pipe (bigger objects are more difficult to grip than smaller diameter bars) and hold her legs out straight in front of her (90 degree bend in hips) to avoid hitting a monster as it ran past her through a doorway.

Velma is also incredibly strong in her shoulder overhead pressing muscles (trapezius, deltoids). She was able to simultaneously life two female wrestlers (who tend to be heavier than normal women due to the extra muscle) and throw them through the air above her head level, one per hand. She claimed the move was called the "Flying Dinkley".[8]"
Marlon Brawndo - 2018-06-12
I want to know what episode the Velma meets Scrappy scene was from, too.

Velma and Fred were both absent in the 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo; presumably they left out of disgust.

Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2018-06-12
I think it's "Happy Birthday, Scooby-Doo":

boner - 2018-06-12
Looks like the ascot never comes off
MurgatroidMendelbaum - 2018-06-12
Tina Belcher got some fun jobs as an adult.
Marlon Brawndo - 2018-06-12
Is there a reason she's speaking so slowly? Some scenes it sounds like she had a stroke.
Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2018-06-12
It sort of fits that Velma would be voiced by a person with a name called "Marla Frumkin."
cognitivedissonance - 2018-06-13
Scooby-Doo wildly overprepared me for the likelihood of hidden passages behind bookcases I'd encounter as an adult.
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