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Fangface

“HE’S NOT your average teenage kid – unless you call a kid who turns into a wacky werewolf average!” Well, of course, you wouldn’t, would you? And therefore, neither was he. A Ruby-Spears production. Basically, Scooby Doo with the dog becoming a bloke now and again. Actually, less a wolf than a Tasmanian Devil Warners rip-off with a baseball cap. After this effort, Spears went off to manufacture board games, and Ruby shot Lee Harvey Oswald.

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Applemask

    September 23, 2019 at 4:12 pm

    Glistening white
    Triangular tooth
    Open up a can of tomato juice

  2. THX 1139

    September 8, 2020 at 12:37 pm

    Is it wrong that when I first heard of Joe Ruby’s death a couple of weeks ago my thoughts immediately went to Fangface and not Scoob? RIP anyway.

  3. richardpd

    September 8, 2020 at 3:06 pm

    The Puppy’s New Adventures & the Mr T cartoon came to mind, as these came to mind as they were made by Ruby Spears themselves.

    Sad news, as Scooby Doo has done well to endure over 50 years, even if for a fair amount of this time in the UK the original run of episodes seemed to be passed between the BBC & ITV every few years.

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