History WesternAnimation / CountDuckula

26th Dec '15 9:11:54 PM Wingnut
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* BigBad: Dr. Von Goosewing qualifies, as he constantly tries to kill Count Duckula, refusing to believe he's a harmless vampire.
13th Dec '15 11:59:44 PM WanderingBrowser
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* ImpoverishedPatrician: The Count has a noble title and a castle, but when it comes to actual cash, it's repeatedly stated that he has virtually nothing. Most prominently, he keeps Igor and Nanny on as servants, despite their somewhat dubious skills, because their loyalty to the Count Duckula title means they're willing to work for free. In one episode, he temporarily dismisses them to take on a batch of penguin servants, but they revolt when they find out he has no money to pay them with.
13th Dec '15 6:53:04 AM morenohijazo
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* ImperfectRitual: The backstory is that the ritual to revive him was done with ketchup instead of blood, making him a VegetarianVampire.
12th Nov '15 7:21:41 AM Granitoons
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** In the same episode the Count states he longs to be 'a normal human being,' before clarfying 'a normal human duck.'
12th Nov '15 7:20:14 AM Granitoons
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** Duckula does this deliberately to Igor in 'Dear Diary' after Goosewing does the same by accident. ** Nanny does this to Duckula and Goosewing in 'A Family Reunion' on one of the few occassions to opens a door the correct way!
4th Nov '15 12:51:43 PM Granitoons
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The show ran for four seasons. Incidentally, the fourth season is the last Cosgrove Hall cartoon to feature Brian Trueman and Creator/DavidJason, and the only known post 1992 series that Trueman acted in ''and'' wrote for.
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The show ran for four seasons. Incidentally, the fourth season is the last Cosgrove Hall cartoon to feature Brian Trueman and Creator/DavidJason, and the only known post 1992 series that Trueman acted in ''and'' wrote for. Although WesternAnimation/VictorAndHugo was produced afterwards, Count Duckula series 4 wasn't broadcast until after V&H had run.
2nd Nov '15 7:44:30 AM OlfinBedwere
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* AnimationBump: Some of the episodes were animated in-house by Cosgrove Hall, while the others were farmed out to a Spanish studio. The Spanish team's work was generally drawn and animated better, though the Cosgrove Hall episodes tended to have more detailed, attractive backgrounds.
21st Sep '15 11:06:54 PM mlsmithca
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"Scuplting"?? Ouch. That's embarrassing, since I'm the one who wrote that entry to begin with.
* LongSpeechTeaTime: In "Igor's Busy Day", engaged American couple Scott and Laura have taken refuge from a storm in Castle Duckula, and have joined the Count for dinner. While Scott spends the entire meal [[MouthfulOfPi reciting the digits of Pi]], Laura talks at length about how she and Scott met and about her very large family. The thoroughly bored Duckula tries to keep himself occupied by balancing the contents of the fruit bowl on top of each other, firing a pea from his knife at the oblivious Scott, and scuplting a castle out of mashed potato before dozing off and falling face first into it. Meanwhile, Igor and Nanny have long since fallen asleep at the far end of the table.
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* LongSpeechTeaTime: In "Igor's Busy Day", engaged American couple Scott and Laura have taken refuge from a storm in Castle Duckula, and have joined the Count for dinner. While Scott spends the entire meal [[MouthfulOfPi reciting the digits of Pi]], Laura talks at length about how she and Scott met and about her very large family. The thoroughly bored Duckula tries to keep himself occupied by balancing the contents of the fruit bowl on top of each other, firing a pea from his knife at the oblivious Scott, and scuplting sculpting a castle out of mashed potato before dozing off and falling face first into it. Meanwhile, Igor and Nanny have long since fallen asleep at the far end of the table.
23rd Aug '15 5:38:34 PM Adept
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Morally Ambiguous Ducktorate is no longer a trope.
* MorallyAmbiguousDucktorate: Though the latest Count Duckula is too harmless to fall under this trope, his ancestors are all sterling examples of beady-eyed, bloodthirsty {{Feathered Fiend}}s.
10th Aug '15 4:07:34 PM ANTMuddle
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* ThatRussianSquatDance: In the opening credits, Duckula does this with a harmonica.
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