The Plucky Duck Show (1992– )

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A spin-off of the Tiny Toons animated series featuring junior egomaniac Plucky Duck. With the help of his sidekick, Hampton, Plucky embarks on his never-ending quest for fame, fortune and a... See full summary »

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A spin-off of the Tiny Toons animated series featuring junior egomaniac Plucky Duck. With the help of his sidekick, Hampton, Plucky embarks on his never-ending quest for fame, fortune and a life of ease, but somehow it always seems to slip just out of reach. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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With the exception of the premiere episode "The Return of Batduck" and the short "Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Even", this show was made up entirely of recycled Plucky Duck cartoons from older episodes of Tiny Toon Adventures (1990). "The Return of Batduck" aired in reruns of Tiny Toons, but it was edited in order to fit in the regular Tiny Toon opening and ending. "Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Even" eventually aired as part of the episode "Toons From the Crypt" when the show re-ran on Nickelodeon. See more »

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This show only lasted one episode!
2 March 2001 | by (Ardmore, PA) – See all my reviews

It's true. Only one episode was made for this series. The other 12 or so episodes that aired under this show title were just old episodes from Tiny Toons. Actually, it was pretty funny. It was hilarious and had a lot of humor that makes it both enjoyable to kids and adults. That one original episode probably airs with Tiny Toon reruns on Cartoon Network.


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