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Sometimes movies do not make it to the big screen. This does not mean they are bad. In fact, networks like ABC Family, Life Time, and Hallmark release movies on television all of the time. In the past, you could not purchase them. You would have to catch it when it aired. Now, many networks sell their movies and television series directly on their website. Sometimes these movies are considered “B Movies” because they have a low budget or because they are related to a television series. A good example of this are holiday specials since they are seasonal and do not interrupt the series.
— NBC News (@NBCNews) June 15, 2014
Since, Casey Kasem has a crucial role in Scooby Doo, he is in all of the TV movies. Though most of his fame generates from being a radio host and the voice of Shaggy, he can step in front of the camera. Thanks to the internet, you can find a lot of his earlier voice acting on YouTube for free. As long as the world has technology, Casey Kasem’s voice will be preserved in TV Movies, TV Series, radio broadcasts, and movies.