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Velma Dinkley is a fictional character in the Scooby-Doo franchise. She is usually seen wearing This along with Marcy's interest in Fred made her Daphne's rival of sorts. She was born on Halloween which over time led to her hatred of the. I HATE the Velma and Shaggy love thing. (exactly as he was) and his wonderful doggy - you don't try to cut the doggy out of a relationship. to the other two kids- they're often seen dancing together and when Fred has the gang " split up". Though I agree that the relationship is very stereotypical, I think if it went Velma was the brains of the operation, while Fred also had some.
After several major overhauls were made to the premise most notably reducing the number of teens to four, changing the sheep dog to a great dane, and oh yeah, getting rid of the fucking bongosthe series began resembling the Scooby Doo, Where Are You!
Shaggyand Too Much Scooby.Shaggy isn't into Velma, Fred is reckless driving and Daphne is supportive
That's Too Much grossness for me to handle. Glad they changed 'em! Scooby Doo's name was inspired by Frank Sinatra's scat "doo-be-doo-be-doo" at the end of his song "Strangers in the Night".
Since its debut in11 different series have been produced. In total, 5 actors have voiced Shaggy, 5 have voiced Daphne, 7 have voiced Velma, and 4 have voiced Scooby.
These don't count the portrayals in the live action films.
The original Scooby Doo theme song was written at the last minute It just barely made it into the first episode. Radio star Casey Kasem was originally uncomfortable voicing Shaggy, as he had never before played a hippie character.
He originally wanted to play Fred. Casey left the role in after being asked to perform it for a Burger King commercial, despite that fact that he is vegetarian.
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As the only sane person in her neighborhood, the intelligent teenager used sarcasm and cynicism as a coping mechanism. Mystery Incorporated's Velma could easily be Daria in disguise.
While the detective tends to generally be the most normal member of the team; in this incarnation, disdain and sarcasm are Velma's main personality traits. The bright teenager can handle real estate agents dressed up as black knights or ghosts, but she draws the line at big red shoes and fake noses. As the story developed, Velma revealed that her fear arose from a terrifying childhood experience, one that ended with an obnoxious clown destroying her encyclopedia collection.
No matter the group, there will always be someone who dislikes clowns. When she puts her mind to something, the private eye is willing to go to the ends of the Earth to see it through. While certain series attempt to subvert this stereotype, the vast majority of Meganekko characters go along with the norm.
Velma might not be an anime character, but she was one of the first examples of a Meganekko. In an early version of the Japanese dub, her name was even changed to Megako.
As Velma's personality has progressed considerably sincerecent incarnations of the sleuth have left this trope in the dust. In an attempt to boost ratings, Hanna-Barbera gave birth to Scrappy-Doo! Easily, the studio's most beloved persona The annoying puppy proved an instant hit and quickly revived interest in the Great Dane's adventures.
So, what was she doing during that period?
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Well, the intelligent detective made the most out of her free-time by becoming a research assistant at NASA. Yes, she went from driving around in a van to working for one of the most prestigious organizations in the world.
Luckily, Velma was allowed back into Mystery Incorporated. That much can be taken as fact, but it also feels like a gross understatement. Rather than young adults, Mystery Incorporated's members were still in Junior High, meaning Velma was around years-old.
Taking her "smart-girl" persona to its absolute limit, kid Velma designed and created a computer light years ahead of anything that was on the market.
Why is the 20th century's greatest mind wasting her time solving mysterious? NASA could use a Velma. Daphne allows Fred to feel more freely while Fred allows Daphne to think more logically.
She worries about him and laughs at his jokes. Fans also like the prospect of Fred and Velma dating as it would encompass the trope of the jock falling for the geek. It was noted that they were both the brains of most of the operations. Vanity Fair reported that Gunn wanted to fill the movie with cursing, grown-up jokes, and more. This nickname has obvious origins as Daphne frequently is the damsel in distress. She finds herself taken the most often and, at least when the show first started, she needed saving.
When the live action films were released, this quirk was modified by her knowledge of martial arts. Fred owns the van but lets the others borrow it when need be. However, he does most of the driving.
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- Fred Jones and Velma Dinkley
Letting Daphne ride shotgun is a special privilege and gives way to how highly he thinks of her. While she is first unimpressed with him, he instantly recognizes her innovativeness. The van originally belonged to a band called the Mystery Kids before the painter and pianist left. The Very Beginning opens with Shaggy and Scooby discovering a person, presumably a ghost, in a suit of armor sitting in a car. The person runs off and the team comes forward to investigate. Fred and Daphne immediately presume their roles as the obvious clue seekers, pointing out names written in and around the car in question.
They start walking around the car and are clearly the more dominate figureheads. They bounce off each other and immediately show a strong, unified connection.