When Monkees vocalist Davy Jones passed away, we ran a clip of his song, "I Can Make You Happy". Now, thanks to ScoobyDooMoviesShow, we can give you the episode of The New Scooby-Doo Movies from whence it came.
In "The Haunted Horseman of Hagglethorn Hall", Davy supposedly is inheriting the titular property from a heretofore unmentioned relative. The predictable chaos follows. The irony in all of this is, another Monkee, Micky Dolenz, was under contract to Hanna-Barbera at the time, having signed a year earlier to work on Funky Phantom, and would land three more series gigs before the end of the 70's, all of which have previously been covered (Devlin, Butch Cassidy, & Wonder Wheels). It's just too bad that there was so much discord within the band, else Micky and either Peter Tork or Mike Nesmith, the latter of whom was shifting his focus to folk and country by this point, could've been added to the mix.
For now, we'll have to settle for Davy doing "I Can Make You Happy":
Does anyone know if Casey Kasem (Shaggy) ever plugged the series while doing American Top 40 back then? I doubt it, but I want to make sure.