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The Golden Goose (2)
1990-11-28
Scrooge, Launchpad, Dijon, and Poupon try to retrieve the Golden Goose from Glomgold and the Beagles before it can set off its transformations that can bring forth the end of the world.

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The Golden Goose (1)
1990-11-27
Dijon ends up joining the Brotherhood of the Goose, a group dedicated to protecting the Golden Goose (a goose that can turn anything to gold), led by his brother Poupon. Dijon "borrows" it, but accidentally loses it to Scrooge, who soon discovers its secret but then loses it to the Beagle Boys, whom Glomgold has sent to get it.

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Scrooge's Last Adventure
1990-11-17
When Scrooge loses his money due to a computer bug, he and Fenton travel through cyberspace to get it back.

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New Gizmo-Kids on the Block
1990-11-05
Fenton's mother accidentally shrinks the Gizmoduck suit, and the child-size suit ends up in the hands of Scrooge's nephews.

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The Duck Who Knew Too Much
1990-09-26
Fenton uncovers an international conspiracy to steal Scrooge's gold overseas while supposedly on vacation.

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Attack of the Metal Mites
1990-09-18
Glomgold intends to use metal-eating bugs to wipe out Scrooge's fortunes.

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Ducky Mountain High
1990-09-10
Scrooge meets up with Glittering Goldie again in order to acquire land filled with golden trees from her. However, Glomgold also wants that land.

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Ducktales is an animated television series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation, which aired from 1987 to 1990. The show represented a pioneering move for Disney, being the company's first major foray into daily synidicated TV animation, a unique departure from its traditional focus on big screen film ventures. Ducktales was a significant part of the after-school viewing experience for millions of children across the globe and became an enduring cornerstone of classic animation.

Ducktales revolves around the wealthy, adventure-loving Scrooge McDuck and his hilarious escapades. Scrooge is not a solitary figure, however. His grandnephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, are under his guidance and they often accompany him on his fantastic journeys and treasure-hunting trips that circle the globe.

Hovering somewhere in the background of most scripts is Donald Duck, the triplet's biological uncle, who has given up on raising the energetic trio alone and has sent them to live with Scrooge. However, the animated series isn't just about globetrotting in the pursuit of wealth. The dynamics between Scrooge, his nephews, and their extended duck family, including characters like the overly eager pilot, Launchpad McQuack, and their housekeeper, Mrs. Beakley along with her charismatic granddaughter Webby Vanderquack, form the heart of the series.

Phenomenal voice talent was a trademark feature of Ducktales. Veteran actor Alan Young delivered a passionate, heartwarming, and sometimes gruff portrayal of Scrooge McDuck. Russi Taylor lent her voice to the adventurous grandnephews, while Terry McGovern entertained with his performance as Launchpad McQuack. Other occasional voice actors included the legendary June Foray, who voiced magic-wielding villainess Magica De Spell, along with Chuck McCann who gave a mesmerizing performance as Beagle Boys.

The plots of Ducktales episodes were spectacularly adventurous, featuring a delightful recipe of humor, adventure, and moral teachings. Whether battling against evil sorcerers, preventing historic artifacts from falling into the wrong hands, or dealing with everyday villains like their scheming neighbor Flintheart Glomgold, Scrooge and his nephews engaged in a wide range of exploits. They traveled across continents, through time, under oceans, and even into outer space, always balancing their yearning for adventure with the importance of family.

Remarkably, despite the fantastical elements and far-fetched storylines, Ducktales managed to impart solid, age-old values through its triumphant protagonists who always managed to find their way out of tight spots by being brave, resourceful, and standing together as a family. These traditional lessons woven into colourful adventures made Ducktales not only entertaining but also subtly educational. It encouraged curiosity about the world, taught basic principles of being resourceful, and importantly, taught young viewers about the value of unity and kinship.

One can't talk about Ducktales without mentioning the famed theme song. Composed by Mark Mueller, the catchy tune has a rhythm that is instantly memorable. The tune encapsulates the adventurous spirit of the show, and has since become a recognizable classic theme of the animated genre.

Ducktales, with its dynamic characters, exciting storyline, and significant moral undertones, was way ahead of its time. It broke the stereotype of animation being just child's play, and successfully engaged audiences of all ages. It was not just a successful endeavor for Disney, but also a game-changing show in the landscape of animated television programming.

During its initial run, Ducktales aired a total of 100 episodes and was subsequently followed by a feature film titled "DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp" in 1990. The show's popularity never waned over the years, and it ended up inspiring a reboot which aired in 2017. The original Ducktales remains a cherished piece of television history, continuing to endure in the hearts of fans worldwide. All in all, Ducktales was an animated spectacular filled with joy, life lessons, and unending adventures – every episode was indeed a "duck-blur" of fun!

Ducktales is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 4 seasons with a total of 116 episodes, the show debuted on 1987. The series has earned a mostly positive reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 8.1.

Channel
Walt Disney Television Animation
Rating
8.1/10
Cast
Alan Young, Terence McGovern, Chuck McCann, Russi Taylor, Frank Welker, Hal Smith, Joan Gerber, Brian Cummings, Hamilton Camp, June Foray, Kathleen Freeman, Tony Anselmo, Philippe Dumat, June Foray
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