“Scooby-Doo” is an animated franchise with many loveable characters. Shaggy and Scooby are an epic duo who solve mysteries along with their gang of friends. The first-ever episode aired in 1969.
Velma is the brain of the group and has short black hair and black glasses. This girl who dressed up like Velma sure looks like her; we wonder if her friends look like Shaggy and Scooby.
There is no one that can match Chris Hemsworth's beauty. The Australian actor has dominated the big screen as well as our hearts for several years now. He is known for portraying Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films, and we think he is truly perfect in them.
But, he should also be considered for the role of John Smith if they ever make a live-action "Pocahontas." The two men look exactly the same!
The King (Cinderella)
Weirdly enough, no one ever bothered to name the king in the 1950's "Cinderella." The old guy is remembered for his amazing white mustache and his positive attitude.
Actor Wilford Brimley was born in 1934 and was only 16 when Cinderella came out, so there's no chance he inspired the character. In his later days, he had a white mustache just like the king's
"Tarzan," tells the story of a human kid who was left in the jungle and thus was raised by animals. If you don't remember Trek, she is the lovable gorilla who is Tarzan's best friend. Trek has a unique hairstyle we haven't seen on many humans...or gorillas for that matter.
But, this tiny baby has managed to recreate Trek's hair perfectly, and along with his big eyes, he looks just like the baby version of her.
Redheads make up less than two percent of the entire world's population, but somehow movies are filled with them. Yosemite Sam is one of the evil, soulless gingers out there, always trying to catch Bugs Bunny.
Canadian ice hockey player Lanny McDonald was blessed with ginger hair and a fancy mustache, just like Sam's.