Type of Villain Noncorporeal The Bald Zomble is a recurring villain in the Scooby-Doo franchise, appearing in the original animated series and showing up as a cameo in later series and films. There have been multiple zombies and zombie costumes in Scooby-Doo, but this one is the most well-known. Contents [ show ] Appearance The Zombie has a pale complexion, pointed ears, and blood-red eyes. His clothing is tattered and ragged. In the original series he appears lean and lanky, while in the live-action films he seems to be more brutish and hulking. Although the person inside the Zombie outfit is intellingent and calculating, the Zombie itself is acted to appear dimwitted and slow, under the service of the Witch.
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Production[ edit ] The film's screenplay was written by Glenn Leopold, of Nickelodeon's Doug and writer for 's Scooby series; Davis Doi, then a writer for Hanna-Barbera's production Dexter's Laboratory , also contributed to the final script. Takamoto called the film "a good solid mystery", and storyboarded several sequences of interplay between Shaggy and Scooby for him. Casey Kasem did not reprise his role as Shaggy Rogers as he wished to only voice Shaggy if the character became a vegetarian, like himself. Instead, Billy West provided the voice for Shaggy. Mary Kay Bergman was cast as Daphne when the character was taken in a new direction.
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The truck debuted in Miami with Lee O'Donnell at the helm; it had no logo or other insignia on the truck, leaving fans confused as to what exactly it was until the beginning of the show. Lee went on to win freestyle in San Antonio the following weekend. At the Qualifying for the World Finals 16, Zombie Hunter lost control, and flipped sideways, doing what many fans consider to be "The first monster truck barrel roll". In , the truck gets a new look with more weapons and is announced to be driven by Myranda Cozad however, Cozad only drove the truck during arena events.