One of the most ambitious SCOOBY-DOO entries combined colonial America and 1970s basketball into one spooky mystery. From the 1972 series, THE NEW SCOOBY-DOO MOVIES, the vacationing Harlem Globetrotters meet up with the Mystery Van when Scooby, Shaggy and the gang are off to meet Shaggy's Uncle Nathaniel. Here, they run into ghosts of Paul Revere and other Revolutionary War figures. Three episodes in all are included with the Globetrotters, who contrary to the memory of many children of the 1970s are not actually involved with the production. The Globetrotter voices are provided by actors such as Robert DoQui, Stu Gilliam, and Scatman Crothers, who had worked on many other Hanna-Barbera animation projects.
William Hanna - American animator/executive
Scatman Crothers - American character actor
Benjamin "Scatman" Crothers - American character actor
Casey Kasem - Deejay/TV Host
Eddie Anderson - American actor, CABIN IN THE SKY, THE JACK BENNY SHOW
Eddie "Rochester" Anderson - American actor, CABIN IN THE SKY, THE JACK BENNY SHOW
Don Messick - Voice of Boo-Boo Bear, Astro, Scooby-Doo and more!
Stu Gilliam - American Actor
Nicole Jaffe - Voice of Velma Dinkley on SCOOBY-DOO
Robert DoQui - African American supporting actor
Joseph Barbera - American Animator/Producer
Frank Welker - Multi-talented voice actor, Fred of Scooby Doo franchise
Heather North - Voice