History Trivia / DARKWINGDUCK

8th Aug '16 2:49:03 PM whateveryousay21
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*** [=NegaDuck=] came from a parallel universe called the Negaverse- the same term that would later be used in the original American dub of Sailor Moon to refer to Queen Beryl's dimension(known as the Dark Kingdom in Japan).
6th Aug '16 8:14:32 AM Looneygamemaster
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** The episode "Double Darkwings" had two versions of one scene. [[note]] In order to get Darkwing's attention, Jambalaya Jake and Gumbo disrupt St. Canard's power lines. In the original version, Gumbo simply bites the power line (and gets electrocuted), while in the second version, he uses a super spicy gumbo to melt the line.[[/note]] Only the second version is available on DVD.

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** The episode "Double Darkwings" had two versions of one scene. [[note]] In order to get Darkwing's attention, Jambalaya Jake and Gumbo disrupt St. Canard's power lines. In the original version, Gumbo simply bites through the power line (and gets electrocuted), while in the second version, he uses a super spicy gumbo to melt the line.[[/note]] Only the second version is available on DVD.
6th Aug '16 8:12:10 AM Looneygamemaster
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** The episode "Double Darkwings" had two versions of one scene [[note]] In order to get Darkwing's attention, Jambalaya Jake and Gumbo disrupt St. Canard's power lines. In the original version, Gumbo simply bites the power line (and gets electrocuted), while in the second version, he uses a super spicy gumbo to melt the line.[[/note]] Only the second version is available on DVD.

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** The episode "Double Darkwings" had two versions of one scene scene. [[note]] In order to get Darkwing's attention, Jambalaya Jake and Gumbo disrupt St. Canard's power lines. In the original version, Gumbo simply bites the power line (and gets electrocuted), while in the second version, he uses a super spicy gumbo to melt the line.[[/note]] Only the second version is available on DVD.
6th Aug '16 8:11:34 AM Looneygamemaster
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** This also applies to the original, uncut two episode "movie" that launched the show; while the originals were released on VHS in their entirety, the edited versions that have appeared in syndication since are available on the DVD release.

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** This also applies to the original, uncut two episode "movie" that launched the show; while the originals were released on VHS in their entirety, the edited episodic versions that have appeared in syndication since are available on the DVD release.


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** The episode "Double Darkwings" had two versions of one scene [[note]] In order to get Darkwing's attention, Jambalaya Jake and Gumbo disrupt St. Canard's power lines. In the original version, Gumbo simply bites the power line (and gets electrocuted), while in the second version, he uses a super spicy gumbo to melt the line.[[/note]] Only the second version is available on DVD.
28th Jun '16 7:06:10 AM Sunchet
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* RecycledScript: Climax of "The Incredible Bulk" is very similar to the one of "Planet of the Capes", since in both of them Darkwing and his opponent keep using AppliedPhlebotinum to out-grow the opponent. There is also almost identical gag in both where character is lifting buildings to find someone and scares woman in shover. It's worth noting that two episodes are right next to each other in production order. Oddly enough "The Incredible Bulk" also has a scene where villain tries to kill Darkwing using giant kettle, just like "Smarter Than a Speeding Bullet", the other out of two episodes starring Comet Guy.

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* RecycledScript: Climax of "The Incredible Bulk" is very similar to the one of "Planet of the Capes", since in both of them Darkwing and his opponent keep using AppliedPhlebotinum to out-grow the opponent. each other. There is also almost identical gag in both where character is lifting buildings to find someone and scares woman in shover.shower. It's worth noting that two episodes are right next to each other in production order. Oddly enough "The Incredible Bulk" also has a scene where villain tries to kill Darkwing using giant kettle, just like "Smarter Than a Speeding Bullet", the other out of two episodes starring Comet Guy.
28th Jun '16 7:05:12 AM Sunchet
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* RecycledScript: Climax of "The Incredible Bulk" is very similar to the one of "Planet of the Capes", since in both of them Darkwing and his opponent keep using AppliedPhlebotinum to out-grow the opponent. There is also almost identical gag in both where character is lifting buildings to find someone and scares woman in shover. It's worth noting that two episodes are right next to each other in production order. Oddly enough "The Incredible Bulk" also has a scene where villain tries to kill Darkwing using giant kettle, just like "Smarter Than a Speeding Bullet", the other out of two episodes starring Comet Guy.
18th Jun '16 5:33:31 PM twilicorn
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** The show itself initially aired briefly on The Disney Channel, before entering syndication as part of ''The Disney Afternoon''. There were also several episodes that aired exclusively to ABC.

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** The show itself initially aired briefly on The Disney Channel, before entering syndication FirstRunSyndication as part of ''The Disney Afternoon''. There were also several episodes that aired exclusively to ABC.
17th Jun '16 9:31:46 PM MisterCPC
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** The Fearsome Five share the name of a team of supervillains from ''ComicBook/TeenTitans''.
31st May '16 7:00:08 PM NWolfman
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* HarpoDoesSomethingFunny: All of Darkwing's "I am the [noun] that [verb]s your [noun]!" intros were ad libbed by Creator/JimCummings.

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* HarpoDoesSomethingFunny: All of Darkwing's "I am the [noun] that [verb]s your [noun]!" intros were ad libbed by Creator/JimCummings.written in the script as "It doesn't matter what I write here, [[Creator/JimCummings Jim]]'s going to make something funnier up."


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* StarMakingRole: Creator/JimCummings cites Darkwing as his first role that he truly realized by himself instead of taking over a previously-established character's voice such as [[Disney/WinnieThePooh Winnie The Pooh or Tigger]].
31st May '16 6:55:48 PM NWolfman
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* HarpoDoesSomethingFunny: All of Darkwing's "I am the [noun] that [verb]s your [noun]!" intros were ad libbed by Creator/JimCummings.
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