Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man: Season 4, Episode 1

Dammit, Hollywood (4 Jan. 1997)

TV Episode  -   -  Animation | Comedy | Drama
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When Duckman becomes a movie mogul, the glamour, fame and opulence quickly go to his head. Only when he is forced to confront the people he's alienated is he brought - quickly - back to ... See full summary »

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Eric Duckman (voice)
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Bernice (voice)
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Cornfed Pig / Oil dump worker / Paul Golden
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Ajax (voice)
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Charles (voice)
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Mambo (voice)
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Fluffy / Uranus (voice)
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Stan (voice)
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Sammons Cagle (voice)
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Meinhard Braunbuster (voice)
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Herself (voice)
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Carbone (voice)
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When Duckman becomes a movie mogul, the glamour, fame and opulence quickly go to his head. Only when he is forced to confront the people he's alienated is he brought - quickly - back to earth, in action scenes featuring the three biggest stars in Hollywood. Julie Moran of "Entertainment Tonight" guests voices as herself with Brendan Fraser. Written by Anonymous

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The episode "Dammit, Hollywood" was written as a "cartoon before the movie" for Howard Stern's Private Parts (1997) and Beavis and Butt-Head Do America (1996) when they were playing in theatres, and was supposed to have featured voices by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Brendan Fraser, and Sylvester Stallone. The idea was scrapped when Schwarzenegger and Stallone pulled out of the project, and it ended up airing on television as the season four premier, with special guest voice Brendan Fraser. See more »

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