After finding a injured bank guard on the road the gang decide to investigate the true identity the ghoulish bank robber.


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Episode cast overview:
Don Messick ...
Scooby Doo (voice)
Shaggy (voice)
Fred (voice)
Heather North ...
Daphne (voice)
Nicole Jaffe ...
Velma (voice)
Vic Perrin ...
(voice) (credit only)
Barry Richards ...
(voice) (credit only)
George A. Robertson ...
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(voice) (credit only)
Creeper (voice)
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Michael Stull ...
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Jean Vander Pyl ...
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After finding a injured bank guard on the road the gang decide to investigate the true identity the ghoulish bank robber.

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Release Date:

3 October 1970 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The gang arrives at the scene where the bank guard is on the ground near the fallen tree and his car has been ransacked. In the shot where Daphne touches the guard, he's got the sheet of paper in his hand, which wasn't there when the gang spots him. Then in the shot where Fred suggests they go to the bank president's house, the guard has two sheets of paper below his hand. See more »


Written by Danny Janssen & Sue Steward
Performed by Austin Roberts
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Jeepers, It's the Creeper
22 October 2013 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Scooby Doo, Where Are You!

S2E4: Jeepers, It's the Creeper (1970)

The gang must investigate a mysterious green ghoul who has been robbing local banks. If you go through season two of the series then you're going to notice that the entire mood has changed since the first season. There are some obvious changes like the incredibly annoying song that is played during chase sequences. Another change is that it appears the producers wanted to make the kids more "hip" so we get scenes of them either in malt shops, dancing or a mixture of the two. None of these changes really made the episodes any better but there's still some charm to be had. It should go without saying but a large part of this episodes success is the villain, a green monster looking obviously like Frankenstein's creature. This monster is certainly the highlight of the film and we get some nice jokes along the way as well. This includes one scene where Velma loses her glasses only to have the rest of the gang leave her behind to deal with the monster on her own. Another running gag deals with a baby chicken who thinks Scooby is its mother. These scenes are certainly charming enough to overcome some of the weaker moments.

Episode: B

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