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Duck, Duck, Goose! (2005)

A blend of 60's Technicolor European romp and post-modern cynicism.




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4 wins. See more awards »





Complete credited cast:
Lizzie (as Robin Meyers)
Bryan Cuprill ...
La Matchmaker
La Giggly Girl
Le Creepy Guy
La Crying Girl (as Gina Marie Gian)
Le Romantic Guy
La Religious Girl
La Penis Woman
Abraham Peraza ...
Le Opera Singer
Lily Popova ...
La Pianist (as Lilia Popova)
Christopher Carroll ...
Le French Waiter


'Duck, Duck, GOOSE!" has no explosions or boobies. Well, wait a minute... It does feature one boob named Jacob who longs to keep his ex-wife close-by for masochistic pleasure. There's also C.B., a nervous romantic with a hapless crush on an exotic burping beauty named Lizzie, who only wants to find a man with a mind like a woman, fall in love, and fly away to Paris. It's an intoxicating blend of early sixties European romp and post-modern cynicism in glorious technicolor! Written by Anonymous

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animal in title | dark comedy | See All (2) »


Pray you're not it.


Comedy | Short | Romance



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Release Date:

15 January 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Canard, canard, putain d'oie!  »

Box Office


$20,000 (estimated)

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound System)


Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Jacob: Did you know that Jesus was a black man?
La Religious Girl: Excuse me?
Jacob: Oh, yeah. Hair like wool, skin like bronze. It's in your Bible. Jesus probably looked more like Ike Turner, but without that "I'm gonna beat ya, woman" look in his eyes.
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Duck Duck Goose Goose
21 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Wow! I must admit that this short caught me off guard. I was at a festival and struggling through a series of low budget, poorly acted shorts when I came upon this one. Most shorts aren't short enough... with Duck Duck one felt it wasn't long enough. The effects and dream like feel make it look like a much more involved, high budget picture. I was simply amazed at the production value most of all but as it went on I found it to be a fantastic little piece of entertainment. The crowd at the festival gave it a standing ovation. I haven't checked but I am sure it must have won some awards. I recommend this and give it my highest rating. Not at all your typical short. Congrats to the filmmakers.

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