Duckman

Season 4 Episode 20

My Feral Lady

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Jun 21, 1997 on USA
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My Feral Lady
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Duckman purchases a mail-order bride, from Tetzloff; however, she's really a jungle savage. With Cornfed's help, they attempt to civilize her a'la My Fair Lady. He asks for her hand in marriage on a "Surprise Proposals" episode of Leeza and things go awry when the flashbulbs go off.moreless

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    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 ]

    Kristen Johnston

    Kristen Johnston

    voice of Kathie Lee

    Guest Star

    Mary Gallagher

    Mary Gallagher

    Voice of Paramount Tour Guide

    Guest Star

    Leeza Gibbons

    Leeza Gibbons

    Herself

    Guest Star

    John Astin

    John Astin

    Terry Duke Tetzloff

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Duckman: It's no use, Corny. I'm afraid she'll never know the joy of finding just the right words to things with but having says she do.
        Cornfed: Ummm…yes…I mean, no…

    • NOTES (1)

      • Declan McManus is the real name of singer, songwriter Elvis Costello. Harve, Kristen and the crowd sing the haunting Scottish lullaby "Eeka Beeka Boo" (Love Theme From 'My Feral Lady')", music by David Misch and Scott Wilk & Todd Yvega. Lyrics for the song were by Gene Laufenberg, Howard Margulies and David Misch.

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