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Sir Douglas Allen Booth, 3rd Bt (born 2 December 1949), an Anglo-American aristocrat, is a television producer, writer and cartoonist. He is one of the writers for Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. More of his works include Scooby Doo, Spider-Man (1995-1996), and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1988).


Booth was educated at Beverly Hills High School, California before Harvard University at Cambridge, Massachusetts, graduating with the degree of Bachelor of Arts.

Upon his father Sir Philip's death in 1960, he succeeded to the Booth baronetcy, of Allerton Beeches, UK.

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