Statistics Saturday: Word Counts Of _The New Scooby-Doo Movies_ Episode Titles


Word Appearances
a 1
affair 1
and 1
Baron 1
Bigfoot 1
candy 1
Caped 1
caper 1
carnival 1
coming 1
country 1
creep 1
Crusader 1
deep 1
dinner 1
Doo 1
Duncan’s 1
dynamic 1
exterminator 1
factory 1
fog 1
fracas 1
Frickert 1
from 1
ghastly 1
ghost 3
ghostly 1
good 1
guess 1
Hagglethorn 1
hall 2
haunted 5
horseman 1
Hyde 1
in 1
is 2
island 2
Jekyll 1
Knott 1
loch 1
medium 1
mess 1
missing 1
music 1
mystery 2
Ness 1
of 7
Persia 1
phantom 1
rare 1
red 1
Sandy 1
Scooby 1
secret 1
shark 1
show 1
showboat 1
spirited 1
spooked 1
spooky 1
sports 1
the 22
to 1
town 1
Wednesday 1
weird 1
who’s 1
winds 1
Winona 1

Most surprising point: while Hyde appeared in episode titles for both Scooby-Doo Where Are You and The New Scooby-Doo Movies Jekyll does not.

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Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there.

2 thoughts on “Statistics Saturday: Word Counts Of _The New Scooby-Doo Movies_ Episode Titles”

  1. Interesting fact: Dr. Henry Jekyll was severely allergic to dog hair, which accounts for his absences from the Scooby-Doo set. This, combined with the memory lapses which accompanied his transformation, left Jekyll entirely in the dark regarding his alter-ego’s participation in the show. When asked about it in an interview once, he could honestly reply, “I’ve seen neither Hyde nor hair of Scooby-Doo.”

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    1. You know, I never suspected!

      But then I don’t really know anything about Jekyll and Hyde directly. I have the audio book of their story on my iPod somewhere, but it keeps shuffling in sections in the middle of what’s supposed to be a music selection. And it seems like there’s a lot of book sections. Sometime I should listen to the book, I guess, and get that done.

      The occurrences of Jekyll and Hyde in Scooby-Doo episode titles drop off surprisingly soon.

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