Duckman

Season 4 Episode 1

Dammit, Hollywood

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Jan 04, 1997 on USA
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Dammit, Hollywood
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Annoyed with the current state of the film industry, Duckman goes to Hollywood to demand his $7 back. Instead, he falls into the plot of a soon-to-be deposed studio executive, a man who's looking for a patsy to run the studio into the ground in hopes of saving his own job. Duckman becomes head of Paradox Pictures, where "if it's a good movie its a Paradox". He quickly begins running through the studio's money, signs a secretary to a 340 million dollar deal to star in a movie in her underpants. The deposed executive also arranges it so that Duckman manages to alienate the studio's three biggest action stars.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Gregg Berger

    Gregg Berger

    voice of Willibald Feivel Cornfed (Cornfed Pig)

    Jason Alexander

    Jason Alexander

    Voice of Eric Tiberius Duckman, Voice of Himself [ episode #48 only ]

    E. G. Daily

    E. G. Daily

    Voice of Mambo

    Nancy Travis

    Nancy Travis

    Voice of Aunt Bernice Florence Hufnagel / Beatrice / Beverly Glenn Hufnagel [ episodes 54 - 70 ]/ Grandma-ma (Sophia) [ episode

    Dweezil Zappa

    Dweezil Zappa

    Voice of Ajax

    Dana Hill

    Dana Hill

    Voice of Charles [ episodes 1 - 49 ]

    Paul Dooley

    Paul Dooley

    Voice of Unknown

    Guest Star

    Brendan Fraser

    Brendan Fraser

    Voice of Sammons Cagle

    Guest Star

    Julie Moran

    Julie Moran

    Voice of Herself

    Guest Star

    Maurice LaMarche

    Maurice LaMarche

    Voice of Unknown

    Recurring Role

    Walt Reno

    Walt Reno

    Voice of Unknown

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • In their tirade against Duckman, Willis, Stallone and Schwarzenegger have destroyed the restaurant that was to be unveiled.
        Stallone: It was just millions of dollars wasted on something with no real purpose but to make more millions of dollars.
        Schwarzenegger: Ja, just like our movies.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Writer/producer Michael Markowitz notes:

        "Dammit, Hollywood" was originally written to be a theatrical trailer, a la "Roger Rabbit", to run before "Beavis & Butt-head do America" and/or "Howard Stern's Private Parts." It was also supposed to star Willis, Schwarzenegger and Stallone as themselves. We came a lot closer to making the three voices come true than we did the trailer, which fell victim to studio bureaucracy.

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