Goober and the Ghost Chasers

Goober and the Ghost Chasers

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For anyone who missed Scooby-Doo on any given Saturday morning ,there was no need to panic because Goober and the Ghost Chasers was probably on another channel. In fact, Goober had a distinct advantage over old Scoob, in that he could disappear when he was scared. That, and the fact that Goober, the beatnik dog, looked a lot like Shaggy. In an unusual move, Goober only took up one panel of the box. On the opposite panel was Inch High, Private Eye, another Saturday morning show from the same period. King Seeley produced this metal lunchbox with matching plastic thermos in 1974.

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King Seeley Thermos

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