Clue Club is a Saturday-morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera for CBS in 1976. It was similar in premise to Scooby-Doo, but featured two dogs: the bloodhound Woofer (Paul Winchell) and the basset hound Whimper (Jim MacGeorge). Edited reruns were shown as part of The Three Robonic Stooges under the title Woofer and Whimper: Dog Detectives.
Four teenage detectives and two bloodhounds solved crimes in the manner of Scooby-Doo, but with more current technology. Dotty, the youngest and smartest member of the team, was always told to stay behind and analyze the clues, communicating with the others via two-way radio.
Like Scooby-Doo, Woofer and Whimper were easily scared, though Woofer claimed to be a greater detective than any human. Just when the gang was about to solve the mystery, Dotty arrived with Sheriff Bagley to contribute to the summation.
- Bob Hastings as D.D.
- David Jolliffe as Larry
- Jim MacGeorge as Whimper
- John Stephenson as Sheriff Bagley
- Patricia Stich as Pepper
- Tara Talboy as Dotty
- Paul Winchell as Woofer
- The Paper Shaper Caper
- The Case of the Lighthouse Mouse
- The Real Gone Gondola
- Who's to Blame for the Empty Frame?
- The Weird Seaweed Creature Caper
- The Green Thumb Caper
- The Disappearing Airport Caper
- The Walking House Caper
- The Solar Energy Caper
- The Vanishing Train Caper
- The Dissolving Statue Caper
- The Missing Pig Caper
- One of Our Elephants Is Missing Caper
- The Amazing Heist
- The Circus Caper
- The Prehistoric Monster Caper
On August 11, 2015, Warner Archive released a two-disc DVD set of Clue Club: The Complete Animated Series.
- Clue Club at the Big Cartoon Database