The Scooby-Doo Pup(original title: A Pup Named Scooby-Doo) is an animated TV series on the crime comedy genre, produced by Hanna-Barbera. It is the eighth animated series of Scooby-Doo and represents the younger versions of Scooby-Doo and his human companions, as they solve mysteries, as well as in the original television series. The cartoons were developed by Tom Ruegger and premiered on September 10, 1988, aired for four seasons on the American television channel ABC and during the broadcast. The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera until August 17, 1991.
In Italy, the first season was broadcast on Canale 5 from 23 September 1991, as part of the programBim boom bam, while the second season and the third season aired on Italia 1 from 1993. The series was then replicated on Rai 2, Cartoon Network, Boing, Boomerang and Cartoonito.
Along with most of Hanna-Barbera's production staff, Ruegger left the studio after the first season to make The fabulous Tiny(Tiny Toon Adventures) for Warner Brothers and Don Lusk, longtime animator for Disney animation studios and Bill Melendez, has taken on the role of director. The Scooby-Doo Pup(A Pup Named Scooby-Doo) is the last television series in the franchise in which Don Messick played Scooby-Doo before his death in 1997 and one of the few in the franchise in which anyone other than Frank Welker has voiced the character of Fred Jones (child actor Carl Steven took over the role for this series; Welker voiced other small roles in the series, including Fred's uncle, Ed). Messick and Casey Kasem, the latter of whom voiced Shaggy Rogers, were the only two voice actors from other Scooby-Doo series to reprise their roles and both received starring credit for their work.
Scooby-Doo is the character of the same name in the Scooby-Doo animated television series, created by the famous American animation company Hanna-Barbera. Scooby-Doo is Shaggy Rogers' pet dog and lifelong companion and in many iterations, including the original series, he is considered an anthropomorphic Great Dane, the only one who is able to speak broken English, unlike the most other dogs in its reality, and usually puts the letter R in front of the spoken words. Within the series The Scooby-Doo Pup(A Pup Named Scooby-Doo) other talking dogs such as Scooby are introduced.
CBS head of children's programming Fred Silverman came up with the character's name based on the syllables "doo-be-doo-be-doo" from Frank Sinatra's hit song "Strangers in the Night."
From 1969 to 1994, Scooby-Doo was voiced by Don Messick. In the 1997 episode of Johnny Bravo, Scooby was voiced by Hadley Kay. From 1998 to 2001, Scooby was voiced by Scott Innes, who also voiced the character in video game projects (including PC, DVD and board games), commercials and some toys through 2008. In Scooby-Doo and Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, Scooby was voiced by Neil Fanning. Scooby is currently voiced by Frank Welker (voice of Fred Jones).
Norville “Shaggy” Rogers is a fictional character from the American animated television series Scooby-Doo, about the adventures of four teenagers who solve crimes and Shaggy's great dane, Scooby-Doo. Shaggy is a cowardly slacker more interested in eating than solving mysteries. He is the only Scooby-Doo character (other than Scooby) to appear in all iterations of the franchise.
From 1969 to 1997, Shaggy was voiced by Casey Kasem; he would be back voicing it again from 2002 to 2009. In Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island, Shaggy was voiced by Billy West. From 1999 to 2001, Shaggy was voiced by Scott Innes, who also voiced Shaggy in video game projects (including PC, DVD and board games), commercials and some toys until 2009. In Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue !, Shaggy was voiced by Scott Menville. Shaggy is currently (2010-present) voiced by Matthew Lillard, who played Shaggy in live stage films. He was played by Nick Palatas in the Cartoon Network prequel movie Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins (2009) and Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster (2010). Will Forte voices Shaggy with Iain Armitage expressing his younger self in the animated stage film Scoob !.
Sometimes called "Freddie", he wears a blue and / or white shirt (which is sometimes worn under a white shirt, sweater or jacket) and blue jeans. In the original depictions, Fred wears an orange ascot. In the 90s home video movies and 2000s What's New series, Scooby-Doo ?, Fred's outfit was updated, with the removal of his orange ascot and two blue stripes added to the sleeves. He is often shown building various Rube Goldberg traps for the villains, which Scooby-Doo and / or Shaggy often set off by mistake, causing the villain to be caught in another way. Fred usually takes the lead in solving mysteries. While searching for clues, Fred and Daphne usually team up with Velma, but sometimes Fred and Daphne act in pairs, with Velma going with Shaggy and Scooby.
In the series The Scooby-Doo Pup(A Pup Named Scooby-Doo), Fred has been described as a little less intelligent, believing in legends like Bigfoot and Mole, and he enjoyed reading a magazine called The National Exaggerator. In each episode, Fred blamed the neighborhood bully Red Herring (usually incorrectly) for the crime. In his teenage version, he has been shown to have many interests (obsessions with traps, martial arts, wrestling and weightlifting). He proved to be hopeless in speaking any language other than English. In an episode of What's New, Scooby-Doo ?, Fred is learning to speak French - badly - and Daphne suggests that he just say "oui oui", to which he replies: "I already did it before I left. hotel ". He is usually shown to be oblivious to Daphne's romantic interests, while at the same time he falls in love with other girls.
In Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, he is named Fredrick by his tutor Mary-Ann Geerdon. However, in Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map his name is Fredward.
Fred is voiced by Frank Welker, who has retained this role in every incarnation of every series in which Fred is portrayed. In The Scooby-Doo Pup(A Pup Named Scooby-Doo), (where he is played as a child) Fred was voiced by former child actor Carl Steven.
He was portrayed by Freddie Prinze Jr. in the 2002-2004 live-action films and by Robbie Amell in the Cartoon Network prequel films Scooby-Doo! The mystery begins and Scooby-Doo! The curse of the lake monster.
Zac Efron voices Fred while Pierce Gagnon voices his younger self in the animated stage film Scoob !.
Along with her other teenage companions, Fred Jones, Shaggy Rogers, Velma Dinkley, and Shaggy's pet great dane Scooby-Doo, Daphne would set out to solve various mysteries. Daphne has been portrayed as enthusiastic, but clumsy and danger-prone, hence her nickname "Danger Prone Daphne" (revealed by her cousin, Shannon, being danger-prone is a Blake family trait in Scooby-Doo! And Loch Ness monster), a member of the gang, who always follows his intuition. She serves as a damsel in distress and was occasionally kidnapped, tied up and left imprisoned. Scooby and Shaggy usually save her, but sometimes Fred and Velma or even the whole gang do. But as the franchise progressed, she became a stronger, more independent character who can take care of himself. Daphne's character is the most developed in the cast, going from a clumsy teenager to a successful journalist, to a naive fashionista to a black-belt martial artist. Daphne is also seen as the moral support in adaptations such as Mystery Incorporated. When Scooby is nowhere to be found, Daphne also yells “Scooby-Doo! Where are you?!". She occasionally helps the rest of the gang catch the villain using some random but useful accessories she has at the moment. For example, in one episode, the gang is tied to poles with ropes, so Daphne takes out her credit card and cuts the ropes in half of her, leaving her free to melt the other gang members.
During the fourth incarnation of the series, Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo, some of the episodes focused on Daphne. In the episode "Shiver and Shake, That Demon's a Snake", Daphne buys an idol cursed by the snake demon. On the sailboat, the snake demon attacks Daphne and asks an idol to return. Daphne throws it at Scooby, Shaggy and Scrappy. In the episode "The Scary Sky Skeleton", Daphne is reunited with her old friend, Wendy. In the episode "I Left My Neck in San Francisco", Daphne falls ill and is unable to help the gang solve the mystery about the Lady Vampire of the Bay. Due to the vampire's appearance, Daphne's invisible reflection in the mirror, the bat flying around Daphne's bed, and herself returning to bed shortly thereafter, Scooby, Shaggy and Scrappy are convinced that Daphne is a vampire. When it is revealed that the vampire is Lefty Callahan, Scooby, Shaggy and Scrappy realize they have made a mistake by suspecting that Daphne is feeling fine again.
Her usual appearance consists of a purple dress, pink tights, purple shoes and a green scarf. In Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase, she wore a purple and green three-piece suit with matching shoes. She as a child she wore a pink sweater, a red skirt and pink tights with white boots. In The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, she wore other purple dresses with purple pants and purple high heels.
Although not as smart as Velma, Daphne always solved her problems in a different way. The character later became more self-confident and began to play a more active role as time went on, due to the change in attitudes towards women in the 70s and 80s. In What's New in Scooby-Doo ?, Daphne is also known for opening locks or doing other tasks.
In the film Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island, Daphne as a young man had a hugely successful investigative TV series called Coast to Coast starring Daphne Blake on a fictional channel called "Americana," on which the show ran for two seasons. The producer of the show was Fred Jones, with whom she began a relationship by the end of the film.
Throughout the character's various incarnations, it was speculated that Daphne and Fred had an attraction for each other. This is emphasized in Scooby-Doo! Embedded Mystery. During the first season, they are shown actively dating Daphne showing more of her feelings towards Fred.
Daphne was voiced by Stefanianna Christopherson from 1969 to 1970. She was replaced by Heather North who would voice Daphne until 1997 and again for the two DVD direct films, Scooby-Doo! and the legend of the vampire and Scooby-Doo! and the monster of Mexico. Daphne was voiced by Mary Kay Bergman from 1998 to 2000. Daphne has been voiced by Gray DeLisle since 2001. In A Pup Named Scooby-Doo Daphne was voiced by Kellie Martin. She was played by Sarah Michelle Gellar in the 2002-2004 live-action films and Kate Melton in the 2009-2010 live-action films.
Amanda Seyfried voices Daphne with Mckenna Grace as the youngest herself in the animated stage film Scoob !.
During her various performances, Velma is usually portrayed as a highly intelligent young woman with various interests ranging from highly specific sciences (which in the "Scooby and Scrappy-Doo" series lead her to pursue a career as a NASA researcher) or simply being reading very well about various and sometimes obscure information, such as ancient Viking script (as in the third series of Scooby-Doo “The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries”). In Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-Doo, Velma is described by her younger sister Madelyn as "born with a book of mysteries in hand". As a result, it is usually Velma who unravels the mystery, sometimes with the help of Fred and Daphne.
In the first series, specifically Where Are You! and New Movies, a running gag is Velma's severe myopia and her problems with holding her glasses to her face (usually after falling over while she was being chased by the villain).
When Scooby is too afraid to volunteer to help with a mission, Velma often offers him a dog gift called a "Scooby Snack" as a bribe. His slogans are: "Jinkies!" and “My glasses! I can't see without my glasses! "
Like the entire Scooby-Doo gang, later reconnected as members of Mystery Incorporated, Velma has different backgrounds and personal stories depending on the series being referenced.
In the original Scooby-Doo! Where are you? (Scooby Doo - Where Are You!), Velma attended the same high school as the rest of the gang (as stated in the episode "A Knight for a Night"). However, in the second series, The New Scooby-Doo Movies, Velma is said to have graduated from a high school other than her friends (as stated in the episode "Spirited Spooked Sports Show"). In the current series, Velma is said to be originally from Ohio, unlike the other gang members. But on one occasion, you said you are from Texas.
Velma was voiced by Nicole Jaffe from 1969 to 1973, who would voice the character again in the two DVD direct films, Scooby-Doo! and the legend of the vampire and Scooby-Doo! and the monster of Mexico. Jaffe was later replaced by Pat Stevens, who would have voiced Velma from 1976 to 1979; Marla Frumkin replaced her from 1979 to 1980 and would voice the character again in 1984. Velma was voiced by BJ Ward from 1997 to 2002 and by Mindy Cohn from 2002 to 2015 and in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, Velma is was voiced by Christina Lange. Starting with Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! (2015-2018), Velma was voiced by Kate Micucci. Gina Rodriguez voiced Velma with Ariana Greenblatt voicing her younger self in the animated film Scoob !.
1 1 "A bicycle built for Boo!”Tom Ruegger, Jim Ryan and Charles M. Howell, IV September 10, 1988
The gang takes Shaggy's case when his paper bike is stolen by a green ghost.
Villains: The green ghost
Identity: Mr. Conrad, Shaggy's boss
Reason (s): He needed Shaggy's bicycle chain for his printing press used in his counterfeit money plan.
2 2 "The mud monster from the core of the Earth”Story by: Tom Ruegger; Screenplay by: Mary Jo Ludin, September 17, 1988
A monster haunts Scooby's bed and the gang must find out why.
Villains: The Mud Monster from the Earth's Core
Identity: Mr. Buckston, president of Coolsville Last National Bank
Reason (s): He was using Scooby's kennel as a hiding place for money he had stolen from the bank.
3 3 "The cheese monster wantedStory by: Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert and Laren Bright; Screenplay by: Kristina Mazzotti, September 24, 1988
The Scooby Snack factory is attacked by a cheese monster, which scares all the workers off, and Scooby is determined to solve the case.
Villains: The cheese monster
Identity: Larry P. Acme, CEO of Acme Dog Biscuits
Reason (s): To shut down the Scooby Snacks factory so that its business takes over.
4 4 "The monster who took my comic"Jim Ryan October 1, 1988
Shaggy goes to buy a rare first edition of his favorite comic, only to be stolen by the comic's villain.
Villains: Dr. Croaker
Identity: Wendel McWendel, creator of Commander Cool
Reason (s): to make sure that your first edition of the comic was the only one in existence, thus increasing its value.
5 5 "By letter or worseLaren Bright, Bill Matheny and Lane Raichert October 8, 1988
When Shaggy and Scooby are chosen as contestants on their favorite TV show, the ghost of a gangster appears.
Villains: The ghost of Al Cabone
Identity: Prestina (aka Pop O'Connor and The Great Mel), former magician and TV star
Reason (s): He wanted to take revenge on the TV station for canceling his show.
6 6 "A strange babysitter”Short story by: Tom Ruegger; Screenplay by: Wayne Kaatz, October 15, 1988
The gang delivers Shaggy's little sister, Sugie, to a babysitter, but the babysitter's house turns out to be the old lair of Manny the Mauler, a criminal master who recently escaped from prison. In addition, a cinematic monster has come to life.
Villains: Boogedy Bones
Identity: Molly the Mol, Manny's former accomplice
Reason (s): To get Manny's stolen money before he could.
7 7 "Now the museum, now notStory by: Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert and Laren Bright; Screenplay by: Jim Ryan, October 22, 1988
When the ghost of a samurai warlord steals a pair of "cursed" swords from a museum and Shaggy and Scooby are blamed, the gang returns to the museum to prove their innocence.
Villains: The ghost of the samurai
Identity: Mr. Dayton, curator of the Coolsonian Museum
Reason (s): To get Million Dollar Swords Insurance.
8 8 "A quiet white week”Story by: Lane Raichert, Bill Matheny and Laren Bright; Screenplay by: Mary Jo Ludin, October 29, 1988
When the gang goes to a cabin on the brink of bankruptcy, they encounter a dangerous frozen monster that causes trouble.
Villains: The Ice Demon
Identity: Mr. Forester, forest ranger
Reason (s): To scare people while stealing diamonds from a nearby mine.
9 9 "A Scooby-Doo mysteryLaren Bright, Bill Matheny and Lane Raichert November 5, 1988
A trip to the beach turns into another mystery for the gang when, on the trail of dolphins stolen from an aquarium owned by Velma's aunt, they encounter a headless skateboarder.
Bad guys: the headless skateboarder
Identity: Al, former skateboarding champion, aided by Sandy Sneakers, the local beach patrol
Reason (s): To use dolphins for their drug trafficking operations.
10 10 "The ghost that comes to dinnerLane Raichert, Bill Matheny and Laren Bright November 12, 1988
The gang does trick or treating when they meet a kind couple and a friendly ghost living in their home and have to solve the mystery of a pirate ghost that haunts him, so he doesn't get demolished and the friendly ghost won't disappear forever when he is.
Identity: Jack, the Johnson handyman
Reason (s): To get the Johnson land and profit from it.
11 11 "A sacred areaLaren Bright, Bill Matheny and Lane Raichert November 19, 1988
A camping trip to an Indian reservation ends with another mystery when the gang encounters a living totem pole ordering the evacuation of its forbidden land.
Villains: The Totem Spirit
Identity: Mr. Ryan, local architect
Reason (s): To scare people while stealing precious Indian artifacts.
Cameo appearances: Yogi Bear
12 12 "The robot dogStory by: Laren Bright, Bill Matheny and Lane Raichert; Screenplay by: Mary Jo Ludin, December 3, 1988
Scooby's abilities are challenged by a robot dog, as the gang investigates a series of robberies at Daphne's family home perpetrated by the ghost of ex-he F.
Villains: The ghost of chef Pierre Goulash
Identity: Mr. Gordon, Blake security guard, aided by Robopup
Reason (s): Stealing and selling Blake furniture.
13 13 "Lights… Camera… Monster”Laren Bright, Bill Matheny and Lane Raichert December 10, 1988
A living version of a cinematic monster begins to haunt Coolsville Mall and the gang is on the case.
Identity: Vincent Thorne, Stinkweed actor
Reasons: Stop production of the Stinkweed franchise as he despises his roles in it.
From the second season onwards, the series used traditional cel animation.
14 1 "The curse of the collar”Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert and Laren Bright 9 September 1989
When Scooby inherits his family's hideous but precious collar, the ghost of a sadistic dog catcher his parents defeated years ago returns to steal it.
Villains: The ghost of Buster McMuttmauler
Identity: Mr. Trixenstuff, dog trainer
Reason (s): To steal and sell the Doo family collar.
15 2 "The return of Commander Cool" Laren Bright, Bill Matheny and Lane Raichert September 16, 1989
Shaggy beats his head during a case involving an alien, making him think he's his favorite comic book superhero, Commander Cool.
Villains: The alien
Identity: Barbara Simone, Carol Colossal's secretary
Reason (s): To steal and sell Commander Cool toy projects.
16 3 “The spirit of rock'n roll”Story by: Bill Matheny, Laren Bright and Lane Raichert; Screenplay by: Mary Jo Ludin, September 23, 1989
The ghost of former rock legend Purvis Parker returns to take revenge on new rock star, Buddy Chillner.
Villains: The Ghost of Purvis Parker
Identity: Mr. Dilton, owner of Parker Place
Reason (s): To tarnish Buddy's reputation for overshadowing Purvis.
17 4 "Pollenstein livesStory by: Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert and Laren Bright; Screenplay by: Evelyn AR Gabai, September 30, 1989
When a giant chicken monster begins to haunt the National Exaggerator, Freddy's favorite newspaper now owned by his uncle, the gang takes the case.
Identity: Casmer Codwaller (aka Granny Sweetwater), fortune teller / criminal salesman
Reason (s): To protect your business of selling stolen merchandise.
18 5 "Night of the Living Burger”Laren Bright, Lane Raichert and Bill Matheny October 14, 1989
Mr. O'Greasy hires the gang to stop a burger-like monster that haunts his restaurants. Meanwhile, Shaggy and Scooby don't speak due to an undisclosed topic.
Villains: The Burger Monster
Identity: Skippy Johnson, Mr. O'Greasy's longtime employee
Reason (s): He wanted to take revenge on O'Greasy for never giving him a raise.
19 6 “The computer walks between usStory by: Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert and Laren Bright; Screenplay by: Alan Swayze, October 21, 1989
When Velma's latest invention comes to life and wreaks havoc, causing her to be suspended from Coolsville High, the gang must return to stop her.
Villains: The Dinkley 2000
Identity: Bruce Wormsley, the second best student in Velma's class
Reason (s): Sabotaging Velma so that she could be the best student.
20 7 "Scooby-Doo is goneLaren Bright, Bill Matheny and Lane Raichert October 28, 1989
When Scooby runs away from home when he is neglected by the gang, they realize a detective agency isn't great without him and decide to find him in town.
Villains: The Mad Scientist
Identity: Paula P. Casso, famous artist (due to a misunderstanding)
Reason (s): To make a painting of Scooby's head.
21 8 "Terror, your name is ZomboStory by: Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert and Laren Bright; Screenplay by: Evelyn AR Gabai November 4, 1989
The gang meets a ghost clown at their favorite amusement park.
Villains: The ghost of Zombo the clown
Identity: Joey Jipner, member of the Jipner family
Reason (s): To become the sole owner of his family's amusement park.
22a 1a "The night of the black bikerLaren Bright, Lane Raichert and Bill Matheny September 8, 1990
Daphne bets on Freddy he can't go twenty-four hours without accusing Red Herring of a crime; Red's aunt hires the gang to find her stolen motorcycle, but unfortunately for Freddy, her thief turns out to be Red.
Villains: The Boogey Biker
Identity: red herring
Reason (s): To prevent the gang from finding out that he fixed his aunt's motorcycle and added a sidecar as a birthday present.
Note: This episode lasts eleven minutes.
22b 1b "Scooby and the ghost of the shuttle"David Schwartz September 8, 1990
The possibility of Velma's latest invention entering space is interrupted by a ghost.
Villains: The ghost of the astronaut
Identity: Simon Simonson, scientist
Reason (s): He wanted revenge because Velma's invention went into space and hers didn't.
Note: This episode lasts eleven minutes.
23 2 "Game over”Story by: Bill Matheny and Lane Raichert; Screenplay by: Laren Bright and Evelyn AR Gabai 6 October 1990
A video game monster attacks an arcade owned by Daphne's father, where she has just started working.
Identity: Krusty Baker, owner of a local restaurant
Reason (s): to take out the arcade so that he can have more customers in his restaurant.
24 3 "Struggle freaksStory by: Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert and Laren Bright; Screenplay by: Evelyn AR Gabai November 3, 1990
The ghost of a disgraced wrestler returns to haunt the Coolsville Wrestling Federation.
Villains: The ghost of the hooded heifer
Identity: Herbert Blaum (aka The Coolsville Comet), former wrestling spectator
Reason (s): To usurp Carol Colossal's property of the wrestling federation
25 1 "Unexpected guests"David Schwartz August 3, 1991
An old curse returns to haunt the Doo family and the gang must solve this mystery.
Identity: Professor Digmi, palentologist
Reason (s): Discovering a missing leg from a fossil.
26a 2a "The dog catcher”Scott Jeralds and Bill Matheny August 10, 1991
Scooby meets Buster McMuttmauler, who is now seeking revenge on him and his family. What follows is a series of cartoon-like escapades by Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner.
Bad Guys: Buster McMuttmauler, dog catchers
Identity: N / A
Reason (s): To catch Scooby.
Note: This episode lasts three minutes.
26b 2b "The ghost of Mrs. Shusham”Bill Matheny August 10, 1991
The ghost of a librarian returns to haunt Shaggy and Scooby who still have a book overdue.
Villains: The ghost of Mrs. Shusham
Identity: Bernice Binder, owner of Binders Books
Reason (s): To get the expired book, which is rare, and sell it in his shop.
Note: This episode lasts eleven minutes.
26c 2c "Waitro the worst restaurant”Evelyn AR Gabai and Bill Matheny August 10, 1991
Struggled in a restaurant and forced to pay for their meals by washing dishes, Shaggy and Scooby imagine themselves as Commander Cool and Mellow Mutt, with a haughty waiter as their ultimate enemy.
Identity: N / A
Reason (s): To make your food great.
Note: This episode lasts seven minutes.
27 3 "Mollusc alarm"David Schwartz and Bill Matheny August 17, 1991
The gang travels to New York and helps prevent the monster hunter business, Critter Getters, from failing by solving the case of a giant snail monster.
Bad: The mollusk in motion
Identity: Lester Leonard, owner of "Ghoul Gone" and former employee of "Critter Getters"
Reason (s): To harm your competition and make your business more popular.
Original title A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
Original language English
Country United States
Regia Don Lusk, Art Davis (season 1), Oscar Dufau (season 1), Bob Goe (season 1), Paul Sommer (seasons 1-2), Ray Patterson (season 2), Robert Alvarez (season 3), Carl Urbano ( season 4)
Producer Tom Ruegger (season 1), Lane Raichert (seasons 2-3), Craig Zukowski (season 4)
Music John debney
Studio Hanna-Barbera, Warner Bros. Television
Date 1st TV September 10, 1988 - August 17, 1991
Episodes 27 (complete)
Episode duration 22 min
Italian network Italia 1
Date 1st Italian TV September 5, 1994 - August 24, 1997