Seasons 1 and 2

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He's selfish, lazy, sarcastic and obnoxious. He's a womanizer who can't get a date and a detective who can't solve a case...He's Duckman! Accompanied by an amazingly talented and tireless pig, Cornfed, along with two politically correct stuffed animal office assistants, Fluffly and Uranus, the Duckman Detective Agency takes on two seasons worth of cases no self-respecting animated detective would consider. Matters at home are even worse. Duckman lives with his late wife's identical twin sister, Bernice, who hates eveything about him, while also trying raise his less-than-perfect sons, three boys with only four legs among them. For all that life has thrown at Duckman, he remains just a loveable dreamer always on the verge of cracking that one big case---so that everyone will just leave him the hell alone!
Publisher: Hollywood, California : CBS Studios Inc. : Paramount Pictures, ©2008, [1994-1995].
ISBN: 9781415742136
Branch Call Number: DVD FICTION DUC season 1 & 2
Characteristics: 3 DVDs (ca. 498 min.)
Alternative Title: Duckman : seasons one & two


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Laura_X Oct 16, 2015

Created by Everett Peck and based on characters from his Dark Horse Comic, Duckman (voiced by Jason Alexander) centers on Eric T. Duckman a widowed/angry duck who lives in L.A. with his family and works as a private detective.

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May 09, 2016

This has the racy humor of current animated shows like Family Guy, without the active self-hatred that drives FG's scripts.

It's actually possible to watch this excellent show with your teenager without feeling uncomfortable!

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