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*** This review may contain spoilers ***
"Send in the Clones" is a feast for the ears and the eyes as it
features some of the best animation, scoring, and voice talent in the
three-year history of the Disney show.
The plot is simple: Scrooge McDuck's longtime nemesis, Magica De Spell (voiced by the legendary June Foray), concocts a plan (AGAIN!) to steal McDuck's number one dime, this time engaging the assistance of the Beagle Boys by turning them into duplicates of Scrooge's three nephews in order to pull off the heist.
As always, her plans go awry, especially when the story switches to her mountainous island lair where all sorts of transformations take place, allowing the animators to have a field day with their artistic wizardry.
Ron Jones' incidental music, as always, is on the money. Besides Foray's superb vocalizations, there's the usual stellar work from Alan Young as Scrooge, Russi Taylor as the little ducklings, Joan Gerber doing double duty as Mrs. Beakley and Webra Walters, and Chuck McCain's laugh-inducing Burger Beagle.
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