Synopsis for the Theatrical Cartoon Duck Dodgers And The Return Of The 24 ½th Century (Duck Dodgers And The Return Of The 24 1/2 Century, Duck Dodgers And The Return Of The 24 ½th Century)

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Duck Dodgers And The Return Of The 24 ½th Century

Duck Dodgers And The Return Of The 24 ½th Century

Alternate Title: Duck Dodgers And The Return Of The 24 1/2 Century

Duck Dodgers And The Return Of The 24 ½th Century (Duck Dodgers And The Return Of The 24 1/2 Century, Duck Dodgers And The Return Of The 24 ½th Century) (1980) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Duck Dodgers And The Return Of The 24 ½th Century

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  • Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Warner Bros.
  • Cartoon Characters: Daffy Duck (Duck Dodgers), Porky Pig, Marvin Martian, Gossamer.
  • Originally Released in December of 1980 (Estimate).

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  • Running Time: 9:26 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Duck Dodgers finds Marvin Martian's hideout.

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A sad, sad follow-up to Chuck Jones' classic 1953 sci-fi parody. It only proved that Chuck Jones the writer isn't always a complement to Chuck Jones the director. And Dean Elliot, whose abysmal contributions to Jones' later work only made...  (read more)

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