Count Duckula (1988–1993)
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Vampire Vacation 

Count Duckula and his family retainers are coping with the rainy days and Duckula wishes to leave the rain and gloom behind, so Igor suggests that they head to Spain, and visit Don Diego, ... See full summary »

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Chris Randall
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
David Jason ... Count Duckula (voice)
Jack May Jack May ... Igor (voice)
Brian Trueman Brian Trueman ... Nanny / Dimitri / Bandit (voice)
Jimmy Hibbert Jimmy Hibbert ... Don Diego / Von Goosewing / Sviatoslav / Bandit (voice)
Barry Clayton Barry Clayton ... Narrator (voice)
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Count Duckula and his family retainers are coping with the rainy days and Duckula wishes to leave the rain and gloom behind, so Igor suggests that they head to Spain, and visit Don Diego, Duckula's pyromaniac cousin. And so when the castle moves off to Spain, Duckula receives a rude awakening in the form of his castle catching fire, Nanny mistakenly puts out the fire, and this act doesn't sit well with the local villagers, who have them all imprisoned, until they find Don Diego, who wishes to chop the villagers up and invite some other vampires as guests to join in, so soon he makes a pact with Duckula: Duckula defeats the most evil-tempered bull and Don Diego promises to not harm a single one. But this may prove more difficult than seems. Written by Theshapeshifter

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13 September 1988 (UK) See more »

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This marks the first appearance of Dr. Von Goosewing. See more »

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Don Diego's eyes turn white occasionally and his trousers are colored like his feathers for a brief shot. See more »

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Narrator: Be warned, dear viewer, this place is the most horrible, the most foul and wreaking spot known to man or beast, no other place on our lovely planet Earth compares to this *ghastly* plot and I don't mean this episode, I mean Castle Duckula... on a wet Tuesday.
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References My Fair Lady (1964) See more »

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