Scooby-Dum

Character

Scooby-Dum is a supporting character in The Scooby Doo Show, voiced by Daws Butler. Scooby-Dum, a white Merle Great Dane with spots and buck teeth is Scooby-Doo's slow-witted cousin (his lineage is dubious because Shaggy has said that he is his brother on one occasion but also his cousin, though it is most likely that they are cousins). Dum lives with Ma and Pa Skillet, in the Okefenokee swamp of southern Georgia. Whenever Doo and Dum greet each other, Scooby-Doo yells, "Scooby, Dooby, Dooby, Dum" and Scooby-Dum says, "Scooby, doobie, doo." They then do a special handshake involving two high fives. Whenever he heard the word "Clue", he would invariably pull out a magnifying glass and, intoning the opening four notes of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, chant, "Dum, dum, dum, DUM!", even after a mystery is solved. The inclusion of Scooby-Dum was considered one of the first missteps in Scooby-Doo cartoons.

Scooby-Dum is a supporting character in The Scooby Doo Show, voiced by Daws Butler. Scooby-Dum, a white Merle Great Dane with spots and buck teeth is Scooby-Doo's slow-witted cousin (his lineage is dubious because Shaggy has said that he is his brother on one occasion but also his cousin, though it is most likely that they are cousins). Dum lives with Ma and Pa Skillet, in the Okefenokee swamp of southern Georgia. Whenever Doo and Dum greet each other, Scooby-Doo yells, "Scooby, Dooby, Dooby, Dum" and Scooby-Dum says, "Scooby, doobie, doo." They then do a special handshake involving two high fives. Whenever he heard the word "Clue", he would invariably pull out a magnifying glass and, intoning the opening four notes of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, chant, "Dum, dum, dum, DUM!", even after a mystery is solved. The inclusion of Scooby-Dum was considered one of the first missteps in Scooby-Doo cartoons.

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