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Duckman was an animated sitcom created by Everett Peck consisting of 70 episodes airing from 1994 to 1997 on the USA Network. The series was produced by Gabor Csupo and Arlene Klasky . The series followed the home life and adventures of a dim-witted and lascivious private detective duck.
The title character, with the first name of Eric (known only by Duckman's deceased wife), was voiced by Jason Alexander, most famous as Seinfeld's George Costanza. Other characters included his two-headed son, Charles and Mambo (voices: Dana Hill & Elizabeth Daily), his eldest teenage son, Ajax (voice: Dweezil Zappa), and his business partner, an amazingly talented pig named Cornfed (voice: Gregg Berger). Nancy Travis voiced the characters of triplet sisters Bernice, Beverly, and Beatrice, Duckman's two sisters-in-law, and (supposedly) deceased wife, respectively. Other characters on the series included Fluffy and Uranus (voice: Pat Musick ), Duckman's two teddy-bear-like office assistants; Grandma-ma, Duckman's mother-in-law who spends her days watching TV; and King Chicken (voice: Tim Curry), Duckman's arch-nemesis.
One of the show's visual quirks was that Duckman's eyes were drawn on his glasses, making him eyeless when his glasses were removed.
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