Willard, a mild-mannered insurance investigator, checks on the claim of an old woman, the owner of a tattoo parlor, who puts out a claim listing her as being dead. She tells him that her Ouija board gave her a message that she would be killed by a wizard. Willard tells her that she will not receive any money until she is dead, and, suddenly, she dies of a heart attack. Her will states that her killer would receive possession of her duck. The Dirty Duck takes Willard on a quest to experience in life to the fullest. First, they are both thrown in jail. Then, the two arrive at a house of ill repute in order to get Willard laid. Written by
Any resemblance to ducks living or dead is purely coincidental.
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The film was not submitted to the MPAA and was never rated. The "X" rating was self-applied by the film's distributor as a promotional device. See more
You can't do this to me! I was at Woodstock in '69! I saw 200 MOTELS! I know who I am!
The end credits were handwritten (possibly by Charles Swenson
), and feature many spelling errors. (I.E. 'nego,' meaning 'NEGRO'; 'dyke' is spelled 'dike'; etc.) See more
References 200 Motels