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When Donald Duck's nephews are sent to live with their Uncle Scrooge, they discover a model ship that contains a map to a treasure. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Disney's most popular series, though not quite their best. See more (4 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Directed by
Steve Clark (segment "Wronguay in Ronguay")
Terence Harrison (segment "Cold Duck")
Alan Zaslove (segments "Don't Give Up The Ship", "Three Ducks of the Condor" and "Too Much of a Gold Thing")
 
Writing credits
Jymn Magon (script) (segment "Don't Give Up The Ship") &
Bruce Talkington (script) (segment "Don't Give Up The Ship") &
Mark Zaslove (script) (segment "Don't Give Up The Ship")

Jymn Magon (teleplay) (segment "Don't Give Up The Ship") &
Bruce Talkington (teleplay) (segment "Don't Give Up The Ship")

Jymn Magon (script) (segment "Wronguay in Ronguay") &
Bruce Talkington (script) (segment "Wronguay in Ronguay") &
Mark Zaslove (script) (segment "Wronguay in Ronguay")

Mark Zaslove (teleplay) (segment "Wronguay in Ronguay")

Jymn Magon (script) (segment "Three Ducks of the Condor") &
Bruce Talkington (script) (segment "Three Ducks of the Condor") &
Mark Zaslove (script) (segment "Three Ducks of the Condor")

Jymn Magon (teleplay) (segment "Three Ducks of the Condor") &
Bruce Talkington (teleplay) (segment "Three Ducks of the Condor")

Jymn Magon (script) (segment "Cold Duck") &
Bruce Talkington (script) (segment "Cold Duck") &
Mark Zaslove (script) (segment "Cold Duck")

Mark Zaslove (teleplay) (segment "Cold Duck")

Jymn Magon (written by) (segment "Too Much of a Gold Thing") &
Bruce Talkington (written by) (segment "Too Much of a Gold Thing") &
Mark Zaslove (written by) (segment "Too Much of a Gold Thing")

Carl Barks  characters (uncredited)

Produced by
Tom Ruzicka .... supervising producer
Fred Wolf .... supervising producer
 
Original Music by
Ron Jones 
 
Art Direction by
Brad Landreth 
 
Production Management
Olivia Miner .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Randy Chaffee .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Rich Chidlaw .... storyboard designer
Thom Enriquez .... storyboard designer
Steven E. Gordon .... storyboard designer
Jan Green .... storyboard designer
Chuck Harvey .... storyboard designer
Liz Holzman .... storyboard designer
Rob LaDuca .... storyboard designer
Skip Morgan .... associate art director
Marty Murphy .... storyboard designer
Elyse Pastel .... storyboard designer
Hank Tucker .... storyboard designer
Monte Young .... storyboard designer
 
Sound Department
Skip Craig .... track reader
Marc Orfanos .... sound effects editor
Fred Tator .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Dave Brain .... timing director
Jill Colbert .... character designer
Janet Cummings .... color key stylist
Vincent Davis .... timing director
Gary Eggleston .... key background stylist
Ed Ghertner .... key layout stylist
Ed Gombert .... character designer
Paro Hozumi .... key background stylist
Debra Jorgensborg .... color key stylist
Lisa Keene .... key background stylist
Sean Newton .... overseas animation supervisor
Michael Peraza Jr. .... key layout stylist
Ron Scholefield .... character designer
Toby Shelton .... character designer
Jill Stirdivant .... color key stylist
Ed Wexler .... key layout stylist
Bill Wolf .... overseas animation supervisor
Bob Zamboni .... timing director
 
Editorial Department
Robert S. Birchard .... supervising editor
Rich Harrison .... managing editor
Rick Hinson .... assistant editor
Charlie King .... supervising editor
Glenn Lewis .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Thomas Chase .... composer: additional music (as Tom Chase)
Ron Jones .... conductor
Mark Mueller .... composer: theme music
Steve Rucker .... composer: additional music
 
Other crew
Tedd Anasti .... script consultant
Krista Bunn .... production assistant
Patsy Cameron .... script consultant
Barbra J. Ebel .... production assistant (as Barbara Brysman)
Jymn Magon .... story editor
Andrea Romano .... dialogue director
Ken Tsumura .... post production coordinator
Jacaleen Veber .... production assistant
Luanne Wood .... production assistant
Judy Zook .... production assistant
 

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Runtime:
125 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Flintheart Glomgold is depicted in this movie as a Scot when in the original comic, he was an Afrikaner. This change may have been made because of the rise of international protest against South African apartheid during this time period.See more »
Soundtrack:
Duck Tales ThemeSee more »

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Disney's most popular series, though not quite their best., 15 September 2008
Author: montagrappa from United States

When I was a kid, it didn't get much better than Ducktales. I had every VHS tape & watched it whenever possible. No other Disney series could top it, although several did come close. But now, things have changed. It is now my 3rd favorite Disney show, but is still one of my absolute favorites though. The voice acting is still the best of any Disney show, aside from Gummi Bears. And the animation is still great. And the adventures are still exciting. In fact, everything is still great, just not as great as when I was a kid. But don't let that dismay you. The DVDs are still well worth your dough, though I would recommend buying my 3rd favorite Aladdin (Wait a minute, it's not on DVD yet! Okay, make that watching Aladdin), Chip N' Dale Rescue Rangers(my 2nd favorite Disney show), &/or (preferably and) my all-time favorite Disney show Gummi Bears. It's the best of the "great, but not as great as I remember it" genre[ for me, anyway ]. And I dare say a single episode of Huey, Dewey, & Louie helping Uncle Scrooge get back "me number one dime" from Magica DeSpell is better than all the original Disney shorts combined. BOTTOM LINE: 10/10 - 8th best cartoon ever

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