At the laundry, Duck Dodgers accidentally gets Green Lantern Hal Jordan's outfit, including his power ring.
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Dr. I.Q. Hi / Police Officer (voice)
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Sinestro (voice) (as John Delancie)
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Hal Jordan (voice)
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Boodikka / Dog Owner (voice)
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Kilowog (voice)
John Stephenson ...
Ganthet (voice)
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Katma-Tui / Little Girl (voice)
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Ch'p (voice)
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Attack Droids (voice)
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At the laundry, Duck Dodgers accidentally gets Green Lantern Hal Jordan's outfit, including his power ring.

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18 October 2003 (USA)  »

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The designs for the Green Lantern characters were derived from concept art for an unrealized Green Lantern animated series. See more »

Quotes

Hal Jordan: [WEARING Dodger's Costume] We must go to the same cleaners. Can, uh, can I have my ring back?
Daffy Duck as Duck Dodgers: [chuckling] Looking good, hero boy! Heads up!
Hal Jordan: Thank you, little black duck.
[transforms to Green Lantern]
Hal Jordan: Oh, yeah! That's way better!
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Spoofs Battlestar Galactica (1978) See more »

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This 2003 animated short will make most Americans wonder . . .
10 January 2017 | by (The Gutters of Baltimore) – See all my reviews

. . . who REALLY won the Korean War. My great uncle often entertained us kids years ago with stories of successful suicide charges mounted by The Enemy Hordes, whose commanders would throw many thousands of poorly trained and armed troops against each of the Valiant U.S. Machine Gun Teams. After their range of fire was littered with Enemy Corpses literally five and ten deep, the Brave but Doomed American Fighters would be slaughtered when their weapons finally over-heated. The relatives of these U.S. Martyrs--men with solid American monikers such as Chuck Jones, Tex Avery, Ken Harris, Arthur Davis, Dick Thompson, Emery Hawkins, Hawley Pratt, Paul Julian, Virgil Ross, Richard Thomas, Bob Clampett, Phil Monroe, Rod Scribner, Lloyd Vaughan, Ben Washam, and Maurice Noble--animated the original DUCK DODGERS cartoon in 1953, shortly after North Korea surrendered. But when you notice all the Asian-looking architecture, costumes, and even character features showing up on-screen in THE GREEN LOONTERN, Warner Bros.' closing credits confession concerning exactly WHO they allowed to carry on the Duck Dodgers Tradition of drawing American Super Heroes will really stick in your craw: "Jae-Ok Jeong, Joong-Ho Kim, Song-Whan Kim, Young-Sik Kim, Boung-Woo Min, In-Joon Park, Yong-So Whang, Sung-Il Hong, and Seung-Jik Kim." Is it any wonder that THE GREEN LOONTERN nefariously ridicules and insidiously undercuts U.S. Heroes such as the Green Lantern and Duck Dodgers?


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