As Velma gazed at all those television screens with her photo on them, she knew they were in trouble. She quickly went back out to the Mystery Machine. "Shaggy, get the van started. We've been made."
The owner of the electronics store dialed the operator. "We're gonna need a squad car down here - I just saw that girl with the orange sweater and glasses." The Texas Rangers knew instantly who she was talking about.
In 1972, while still filming "Scooby-doo," Velma and Shaggy took time out to be in a Sam Peckinpaw film. While some said it was just too violent for the happy-go-lucky bookworm, most couldn't deny that the young woman really knew her way around a 12-gauge pump shotgun. And when it was all over, Velma and Shag successfully made their way across the Mexican border.
Sorry, couldn't help it - did the doodle, and it's been sitting in my sketchpad for weeks. I had to do something with it. For those not familiar with the original movie, or the exploits of the late Steve McQueen, here's the scene: www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kTPOp…
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