Scooby Doo Bedding and Bedroom Accessories

Now in its 40th year Scooby Doo remains a firm favourite with adults and kids alike. There’s always a mystery to solve so assisted by Shaggy and the rest of the gang – Fred, Daphne and Velma not forgetting the Mystery Machine they set out to expose ghostly goings on. Themed bedrooms are very popular with duvets, curtains, bean bags and wall stickers available.

Scooby Doo Single Duvet Set -  'Mystery'
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Scooby Doo Single Duvet Set - 'Mystery'

A great Scooby Doo design featuring all the gang on this single reversible duvet set with the bonus of two designs in one. One side features Scooby and friends driving along in their Mystery Machine camper van. The reverse side shows Scooby Doo in lots of camper vans.
Scooby Doo Rotary Single Duvet Set - Monsters
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Scooby Doo Rotary Single Duvet Set - Monsters

This single Scooby Doo has a comic book feel and features lots scary monsters. Made from 100% microfibre.
Scooby Doo Towel - Boo
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Scooby Doo Towel - Boo

A large towel with a soft velour feel made from 100% cotton. This bath/beach towel features a great Scooby Doo design.
VTech V.Smile Motion Scooby Doo Game
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VTech V.Smile Motion Scooby Doo Game

Teaches: Spelling, maths, words, problem solving and more! Features motion based game-play and is compatible with V.Smile V.Link. Age range: 4-6 years.

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"Rut-ro Raggy!", barked Scooby Doo, the courageous canine lead. "Like, zoinks!", replied his stouthearted sidekick, Shaggy. Okay, so the infamous crime-busting duo could never be mistaken as intrepid, but at least they always got their villain. Admittedly, though, the terrifying beasts and ghouls that aimed to thwart the Scooby gang were always exposed as disgruntled men or women dressed up in costumes and rubber masks - although it took Scooby Doo and friends an entire episode to work this out each time!

Nevertheless, the Scooby Doo cartoon was, and indeed still is, very much a crown jewel of children's television. Perhaps this is because the show was among the first of its kind to tap into the comedy horror genre of kid's entertainment. The show has featured hundreds of baddies such as monsters, ghosts, aliens, mummies, dragons, giant reptiles, giant insects, robots, vampires, witches, zombies and, perhaps somewhat curiously, knights in shining armour. Indeed, the Scooby gang have even had to defeat a 10,000 volt ghost, a 30 foot Shaggy, monsters made from snow and stone and a giant Venus Fly Trap! However, just before 3 year olds around the world could think it unsafe to leave the sofa, the ingenious disguises would be discarded and the true villain would emerge as just an ordinary Joe with a chip on his shoulder.

The Scooby Doo gang features Scooby himself as an adorable talking Great Dane, who solves mysteries alongside his best pal Shaggy and their three sidekicks, Fred, Velma and Daphne. More often than not, it is the sidekicks who do the substantive detective work while Scooby and Shaggy run amok in fear of their lives, an action which is seemingly only ever suppressed by their insatiable appetite for junk food. Originally produced in 1969 as 'Scooby-Doo, Where Are you!', the show changed direction several times over the years and younger generations are most likely acquainted with the character, Scrappy Doo, who was introduced in the early 1980's. Scrappy was the nephew of Scooby Doo and is famous for his gung-ho attitude - despite his diminutive size - and phrases such as "Lemme at 'em!" and "Ta dadada ta daaa! Puppy power!".

The Scooby gang travel from one crime adventure to another in the Mystery Machine van, which is instantly recognisable as a psychedelic Chevrolet van that screams the 60's, hippies and flower power. What message this sends out to the bad guys is anyone's guess, but it is perhaps unsurprising that so many of them consider Scooby and friends as something of an easy target!

Following on from the success of the animated television series, a live-action box office movie was released in 2002 starring a computer generated Scooby Doo, Matthew Lillard as Shaggy, Sarah Michelle Gellar as Daphne, Freddie Prinze, Jnr., as Fred and Linda Cardellini as Velma. The plot centred on eccentric haunted island owner Emile Mondavarious, played by Rowan Atkinson, and ended in a similar fashion to the cartoon episodes. The 2002 Scooby Doo film generated more than $250 million in global revenue and was generally regarded as a success. Thus, a sequel was released in 2004 called 'Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed'. The Hollywood franchise looks set to continue with a third release, Scooby Doo! The Mystery Begins which aired on 13th September 2009 on the Cartoon Network and Scooby Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster which aired on 16th October 2010.