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After the ended of Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man (1994), Duckman has left his family to become a rich playboy. While enjoying his new lifestyle, he learns that he's been replaced by a ... See full summary »


Darren Bartlett


Gene Laufenberg (additional writing), Michael Markowitz (additional writing) | 5 more credits »

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Cast overview:
Michael Gough ... (voice)
Tim Curry ... George Herbert Walker 'King' Chicken (voice)
Gregg Berger ... Cornfed Pig (voice)
Dweezil Zappa ... Ajax (voice)
Nancy Travis ... (voice)
Pat Musick Pat Musick ... (voice)
Elizabeth Daily ... Mambo (voice) (as E.G. Daily)
Lani Minella ... (voice)
Rick Calvert Rick Calvert ... (voice)
Steve Brodie Steve Brodie ... (voice)
Howard Margulies Howard Margulies ... Additional Voices (voice)
Gene Grillo Gene Grillo ... Additional Voices (voice)
Tommy Tallarico ... Additional Voices (voice)
Darren Bartlett Darren Bartlett ... Additional Voices (voice)


After the ended of Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man (1994), Duckman has left his family to become a rich playboy. While enjoying his new lifestyle, he learns that he's been replaced by a new 'improved' duck. Duckman refuses to let this go and decides to investigate who this impostor is while also trying to reconnect with his own estranged family. Things quickly go to Hell, literally.

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Release Date:

1997 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Duckman: The Legend of the Fall See more »

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Production Co:

Illusions Game Company See more »
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Did You Know?


According to game producer Matthew Seymour, the reason Jason Alexander didn't reprise the role of Duckman for the game is because he thought it would destroy his voice, since the game has far more dialogue than an average episode of the TV series. See more »


Spun-off from Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man (1994) See more »

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Dark, Funny, quirky and down right nasty!
20 December 2016 | by bclivesinmeSee all my reviews

Duckman follows a sexist, incompetent, loud mouth, and down right nasty private eye detective who is struggling to find any work to support his outlandish family that despises him. With Grandma farting up a storm to his two headed teen son. Duckman is a traditional detective who lazily awaits for unsolved crimes to fall into his lap as he is accompanied by Cornfed his trusted side kick who solves most of the crimes with Duckman taking credit for. As the two struggle to solve each case in a toxic shady city that resembles LA at its worst that is run by corrupt politicians and underground organized crime.

I loved this show growing up and staying up late at night. USA provided us with some very adult and sometimes strange series (Troma, Joe bob briggs marathons) that defined my generation. Duckman is one of those last of the great adult cartoons of the late 90s.

Jason Alexander does a wonderful job voicing for Duckman and Greggory Berger brings to life the traditional detective from the 1960's.

I highly recommend this show!

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