Season 1

Rating  :  

7.3

Duration  :  

22m

23 Episodes

Cast: Joe Alaskey, Bob Bergen, Michael Dorn, Tia Carrere, Richard McGonagle


Crew: Paul Dini


Genres: Animation, Comedy


Sociétés de Production:Warner Bros. Television.

Episodes
Episode 1 : Duck Deception
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Episode 2 : The Spy Who Didn't Love Me
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Episode 3 : The Fowl Friend
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Episode 4 : The Fast and the Feathery
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Episode 5 : Trial of Duck Dodgers
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Episode 6 : Big Bug Mamas
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Episode 7 : Duck Codgers
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Episode 8 : Where's Baby Smartypants
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Episode 9 : I'm Going to Get You, Fat Sucka
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Episode 10 : Detained Duck
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Episode 11 : K-9 Kaddy
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Episode 12 : Pig of Action
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Episode 13 : Shiver Me Dodgers
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Episode 14 : They Stole Dodgers' Brain
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Episode 15 : The Wrath of Canasta
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Episode 16 : The Green Loontern
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Episode 17 : Quarterback Quack
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Episode 18 : To Love a Duck
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Episode 19 : Hooray for Hollywood Planet
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Episode 20 : The Queen is Wild
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Episode 21 : Back To The Academy
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Episode 22 : Enemy Yours
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Episode 23 : Duck Departure
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